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It was a slight walk to get to the palace but it was worth it. I don't think the palace is open to the public so we just took pictures of the building. It was a breezy day so we just enjoyed the panoramic views-...More
The palace itself is a nice building, but the main property of this place is its location: I believe the best views of Marseille is available from here, even taking Notre Dame de la Garde basilica into account.
The palais itself is off-limits so this is all about the surrounding park and the views it provides.
It's a decent hike uphill to get there but absolutely worth it. You can look back over the city or admire the view of the sea. There's...More
It;'s a reasonable walk to get here, but absolutely worthwhile. The views back over the town and into the mountains and coasts in the distance are absolutely stunning. Allow enough time not only for some stunning photography but to simply take in the gorgeous views...More
Built by French Emperor Napoleon III for his estranged empress Eugenie in 1858. It's big, and heavy, and lacks any interest whatsoever. The statue to lost mariners above the shore is strong and arresting. The series of iron sculptures on the near or land side...More
This is a gorgeous spot to walk around and enjoy views of the city. There’s no admission fee to enjoy the grounds and if you are traveling with kids, there is a small playground. The palace and the port are both beautiful from the various...More