Free Walking Tour of Marseille

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Free Tour Marseille

Hear about Marseille’s past and imagine its future during the Free Tour Marseille with a local guide that will tell you all about the history and the fascinating identity of Marselha as you walk past Palais du Pharo, admire the Old Port of Marseille, and behold the enormous Fort Saint Nicholas.

 See key landmarks such as La Criée, and walk past the Abbey of Saint-Victor while you also learn about the best places to get some delicious local food!

Enjoy a fun and insightful Free City Tour of Marseille from a unique perspective. Your expert guide will keep you well informed about the various landmarks, stories, and fundamental traditions while you’re in town!

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Discover Marseille for Free

Discover the Best Free Things to Do in Marseille with World Free Tours! 🌟 Experience the Mediterranean charm of France’s oldest city on our exceptional Free Walking Tours tailored for travelers like you. These tours are not only informative and engaging, but they’re also easy on the wallet.

Embark on a fascinating journey through Marseille’s rich history, diverse culture, and stunning coastline architecture. 🏖️ Our passionate, local guides share captivating stories and hidden gems, making your experience truly unforgettable.

Booking is a breeze – reserve your spot online and pay nothing upfront. You decide the value of the tour by tipping the guide at the end based on your satisfaction. 💸

Explore Marseille’s picturesque port and historic districts on a Free Walking Tour and create priceless memories while setting your own price!


Ready to Get the Most Out of Marseille?

Explore Marseille Marselha on foot with an expert tour guide.

You’ll get to see all the best spots, from Cours d’Estienne d’Orves to La Criée, and the Abbey of Saint-Victor.

Experience the living history of the city once called Massiliot at your own pace, and book the Free Walking Tour of Marseille!

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FAQs 🔎

What will I see during the Free Tour of Marseille?

The Free Tour of Marseille starts at the Old Port, regarded as the city’s birthplace, and journeys through Le Panier, France’s oldest quarter. Key highlights include Hotel Dieu, with its rich history, and the scenic Place des Moulins. The tour concludes near the Mucem Museum, a showcase of European and Mediterranean civilizations, connected to the historic Fort St. Jean. This tour effectively combines both the ancient and modern facets of Marseille, ending at Fort St. Jean by the Old Port.

How much should I tip my guide?

The general principle of tipping for free tours is based on your satisfaction with the tour and your budget. A common practice could be in the range of €5 to €15 per person, depending on the quality of the tour, the guide’s performance, and your budget. Of course, if you feel that the guide went above and beyond, you could tip more as a token of appreciation.

Keep in mind that these amounts are just suggestions, and you should adjust your tip according to your level of satisfaction with the tour. It’s always a good idea to carry some small bills to make tipping easier.

How do I find the guide?

Head to line 1 of the Metro Station of the Old Port of Marseille and arrive a few minutes before the scheduled start time. Keep an eye out for a group gathering, as there could be fellow tour participants. By arriving early and being attentive to signs and group dynamics, you’ll easily find your guide and be ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through Marseille.

What is the meeting point of the Free Tour of Marseille?

The meeting point is at the Old Port of Marseille Metro Station (Line 1).

How long does the Free Tour of Marseille last?

The Free Tour of Marseille lasts around 2 and a half hours.

Where does the Free Tour of Marseille end?

The Free Tour of Marseille finishes by Fort Saint-Jean.

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