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Pavillon M - CLOSED

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Pavillon M - CLOSED

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The Urban Hike of Marseille
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The Urban Hike of Marseille

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You want to understand all about Marseille and its secrets? Come with me, I'll tell you everything by walking you through the heart of the city. In doing sports as well as visiting, in nourishing body &amp; soul! Follow me for a sunny and sporty 10-kilometer hike, accessible to everyone and I will make you discover and enjoy the city differently:<br><br>- Reveal its History and Geography, heritage and treasures, funny stories and true historical facts.<br>- Let's go find the quiet spots of Marseille, reveal hidden beauties, stride along narrow streets only known by inhabitants.<br>- Unearth various and surprising architectural patterns of housing, which are contemporary milestones of a deep and complex History. - Climb stairs up to be offered amazing views, make some nice detours to beat the crowds, find the right spots to get global points of view which help us understand the structure of the city.<br><br>Let's go to all the secret spots which are almost impossible to find by yourself, and which are unreachable by car or by bus. One and only mode of transport: our feet!<br><br>If you like to contemplate, if you appreciate the beauty of simple things, if you want to do sport, then you will be delighted by this 5-star sporty guided tour in the heart of our beautiful 2600-year-old city!
$41.15 per adult
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Marti G wrote a review Sep 2014
Cassis, France28 contributions12 helpful votes
IT's possible that this has been disbanded, since it was erected for the 2013 Cultural Capital of Europe - but if not and still there - see this Pavillion M on the Vieux Port - behind the Hotel d' Ville (City Hall). You won't be sorry. It has so many wonderful exhibits and fabulous art. The best things for us were the time line from BC to present day Marseille. Fascinating. Think we stood there for atleast 5 times to see it every time we went. The B & W videos of Marseille in the past. All in French, but the pictures tell a lot even if you don't speak it. Then the colors of Marseille imbedded in the floors - such a beautiful array of earthen colors - the colors of Marseille. AND - there's a lot more! CHECK the website below (tourist bureau) to make sure it's open and the hours as this was a temporary structure for the Euro Capital of 2013.
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Date of experience: December 2013
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simonne_13 wrote a review May 2014
Marseille, France138 contributions42 helpful votes
This was a spot for Marseille 2013 capital city of art. So don't look for it, it doesn't exist anymore!!!!!
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Date of experience: October 2013
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AnnArborMHT wrote a review Dec 2013
Genoa, Italy1,623 contributions1,495 helpful votes
The Pavillon M may not be a permanent fixture in the city, as it was erected for the 2013 Cultural Capital of Europe, but if it's still there it is worth a visit. One reason being the very friendly travel/tourist desk on the second floor; they are much nicer then the one in town and very helpful. The exhibition will appeal to bikers-lots of old ones and there are many interactive displays. Lots of English spoken for a change. Nice small gift shop. Worth 1/2 hour of your time.
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Date of experience: December 2013
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JelleW wrote a review Nov 2013
Chalon-sur-Saone, France781 contributions67 helpful votes
Free entrance, good service, nice impression about the cultural sights . But be aware it is very promotional.
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Date of experience: November 2013
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Serendipitous02 wrote a review Oct 2013
Perth, Australia485 contributions210 helpful votes
This is an exhibition with great use of technology. Much to see and learn about the development of and life in Marseille. It is a temporary exhibit in a large wooden structure one block back from the Vieux Port in front of the Intercontinental Hotel.
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Date of experience: October 2013
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