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Perched Villages of the Luberon Day Trip from Marseille
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Perched Villages of the Luberon Day Trip from Marseille
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Discover Provençal village life on this full-day tour of the mountainous Luberon region from Marseille. Wind through the Combe of Lourmarin – Luberon’s massive river valley – to visit the medieval villages of l'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Lourmarin and Gorges. Browse lavender shops and open-air markets in Roussillon, visit the centuries-old Sénanque Abbey and enjoy free time in the village of Fontaine de Vaucluse 
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on_the_go_98765 wrote a review Sep 2018
Tucson15,574 contributions1,456 helpful votes
So much of Marseille was built during the 1660's when King Louis XIV went on a building binge: 2 forts, a town hall, and who knows how much else resulted from his endeavors. This was (and is) an historic street in the Old Quarter of Marseille. It runs all the way to the Old
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Traveller8071 wrote a review Aug 2018
France1,708 contributions155 helpful votes
Not impressed by Canebiere. Lot of mixity of culture and lot of eyes on you when you look like standard guy in short and polo, walking into the street. Nice shopping walking street in an area, but rest is howful. Nothing special to see there
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Date of experience: July 2018
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notacanada wrote a review May 2018
Toronto, Canada888 contributions100 helpful votes
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La Cannebière is Marseille most famous drag starting from the Vieux Port has often been shown in movies and described in books. Other than the many shops dotting the street, artists are singing or drawing to earn a few euros. There is a weekly organic market and a street
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Diane K wrote a review Jan 2018
Chicago, Illinois3,288 contributions617 helpful votes
There are many stores on this street and it has wider sidewalks. When we walked up it towards the church there were many people trying to get to work in the opposite direction.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Arnaud C wrote a review Sep 2017
Sölvesborg, Sweden86 contributions46 helpful votes
The Canebiere is the iconic street of Marseille. But it's very uneven, some portions are uninteresting, some buildings are being renovated so no shops for the time being. The interesting parts are what's at either end, or parallel to it.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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