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Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde

Rue Fort-du-Sanctuaire, 13281 Marseille, France
+33 4 91 13 40 80
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Took the 60 bus from the old town as we had a 72 hour transport pass. Views are amazing and was free to enter as summer holidays. Well worth the visit.

Thank Pedders39
Reviewed yesterday

Stunning architecture, well worth a visit. Also, a lovely cool place when the heat outside is intense. Free entrance too.

Thank Jacqueline F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

View is Great. A must to do in Marseille. Take a train or hop-on bus to go there. A lot of stairs and uphill roads to climb.

Thank TomTomP1976
Reviewed 2 days ago

We arrived here via the tourist train from the Old Port area - you can stop here as long as you like (keep your tickets!) and then ride back down again. We went in the church and the crypt and walked all way round &...More

Thank kikki21
Reviewed 3 days ago

The hike towards the baislique was round 45 minutes from the vieux port. There is another way back, so you do not need to walk the same way down as up. The basilique was really nice to visit!

Thank WillemijnMaastricht
Reviewed 3 days ago

You can get there by a shuttle (near port) and amazing views overlooking the city. Stunning historical church- worth the trip!

Thank ChipFamilyFive
Reviewed 3 days ago

Fantastic view over the city and the sea, walked up from the Vieux Port and enjoyed the sun and the view. The church was nice but nothing special. For me a must when visiting Marseille.

Thank Hariwien
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We climbed the steep path to Notre Dame de la Garde and found it worth doing for the panoramic views alone. The church itself offers a welcome respite from the summer heat (wear sunblock) and the wardens are welcoming and friendly with tourists, who were...More

1  Thank Alexa888
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The basilica and crypt are a must. The ornate work is incredible and the fact you don't have to pay is amazing. We sat and absorbed the work. Incredible. The the views from the top breathtaking. Yes it's busy, yes there are lots of tourists...More

Thank Libran_Lovely
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This opulent 19th-century Romano-Byzantine basilica occupies Marseille’s highest point, La Garde (162m). Built between 1853 and 1864, it is ornamented with coloured marble, murals depicting the safe passage of sailing vessels and superb mosaics. The hilltop gives 360-degree panoramas of the city. The church’s bell...More

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Lois H
February 13, 2017|
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I travelled on an organised excursion from our cruise ship, so cannot comment on other transport options. I will say that the docks of Marseilles are part of the city - unlike in some places where a big cruise ship has to go... More
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Vickie V
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every day 7.00 bis 20.00 from april bis september, the rest of the year 7.00 bis 19.00 uhr.
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August 22, 2016|
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From 23 march to 30 septembre: Sunday mass at 8h,9h,10h,11h, 12h,17h Sunday vespers at 16h Mass Monday to Friday 7h25, 9h,17h 9in the crypt) Saturday mass at 17h in the basilica From 1 october to 1 april: Sunday mass... More
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