DEPARTURE ADDRESS: 86 QUAI DU PORT 13002 MARSEILLE

Get some height

and visit Marseille differently!

Discover the city of Marseille with Colorbüs, the only open-air tour of Marseille.

Our fun and authentic tour allows you to discover the culture and beauty of Marseille with incredible ease.

Hop on board our panoramic buses and minibus convertibles and discover facts and anecdotes about the city’s most iconic monuments. You can get off as many times as you like at our various stops to explore the city, then join the tour whenever you like.

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR

1 OR 2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
THE 2ND DAY FOR €7 MORE
Marseille offre de nombreux sites touristiques à découvrir, dont le Vieux-Port, la Cathédrale de La Major, le Vallon des Auffes, le Mucem, Notre-Dame de la Garde, etc. Explore Marseille with ease on our panoramic bus tour and enjoy a breathtaking view of the city, as you hop on and off the bus as you please at the stops on offer.
ADULT FROM 22 €
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Our Thematic

Tours

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR + MUCEM

2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
EXHIBITIONS FOR €2 MORE
The combined Discover Marseille + Mucem ticket gives you access to all the exhibitions at Mucem and J4, and a panoramic bus tour of Marseille.
ADULT FROM 32 €

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR + OM STADIUM TOUR

2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
VISIT TO THE STADIUM FOR €8 MORE
The combo Discovery Tour Marseille + OM Stadium Tour ticket gives you backstage access to the Orange Velodrome and a panoramic bus tour of Marseille.
ADULT FROM 38 €

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR • BETWEEN LAND & SEA

2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
BOAT TOUR FOR €10 MORE
Explore Marseille by land and sea and enjoy superb views of the city's iconic sites on board our buses and on board a boat.
ADULT FROM 40 €

Must-See Places

To Discover Marseille

You only have a day or two to visit Marseille?
Don’t waste your time because every minute is precious to admire as much as possible of the city.

Its must-see places, its ideal beaches, its cultural heritage, its sunny weather and its legendary football club…
All this in the heart of a city rich in culinary specialities and traditions.

Discover, enjoy, let yourself be guided!
  • PALAIS DU PHARO • NAPOLEONIC RESIDENCE IN MARSEILLE

    Destined to become an imperial residence, the Palais du Pharo, a magnificent Napoleonic building, is worth a visit, as much for its architecture as for its park, which offers an incredible view of the Vieux-Port and the north coast of Marseille.
  • SAINT-VICTOR ABBEY • RELIGIOUS VESTIGE OF MARSEILLE

    Saint Victor's Abbey is one of the places not to be missed in Marseille. A visit to this building and its crypts plunges you into the city's religious past and offers a breathtaking view of the Old Port.
  • CITY HALL • MAYOR OF MARSEILLE’S OFFICE

    Marseille City Hall, located on the Quai du Port in Marseille's 2nd arrondissement, is a 17th-century building that houses the office of the mayor of Marseille. Listed as a Historic Monument in 1948, the Town Hall is a must-see during your stay in Marseille.
  • MUCEM • NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MARSEILLE

    The Mucem is an exceptional jewel with a unique architecture. More than a museum, the Mucem is an emblematic site symbolising the marriage of Marseilles and the Mediterranean, and is a source of pride for the inhabitants.
  • VALLON DES AUFFES • AUTHENTIC PORT OF MARSEILLE

    The Vallon des Auffes is a small traditional fishing port where the authenticity of Marseille has been preserved. Located just off the Corniche Kennedy, between the Catalan beach and the Malmousque bay, it is one of the places not to be missed during a visit to Marseille.
  • CORNICHE J.F. KENNEDY • WALK ALONG THE SEAFRONT

    Popular with locals and tourists alike, the Corniche offers a spectacular view of the sea, the Frioul Islands, the Château d'If, the Vallon des Auffes, villas such as the Villa Valmer or the Villa de Gaby Deslys, or the famous David which ends the avenue to the south.
  • CONSIGNES SANITAIRES • FORMER CUSTOMS OF MARSEILLE

    The Consignes Sanitaires building, built in 1719 by the architect Mazin, was constructed to house the doctors and surgeons responsible for the sanitary control of sailors and ships entering the port of Marseille. It was the headquarters of the sanitary intendance until the 19th century, when the customs building was built identically.
  • LA CANEBIÈRE • MARSEILLE’S LEGENDARY STREET

    Canebière is of course a must-see, whether you are a local or a tourist. Nevertheless, the time when one came to La Canebière to shop is long gone. Nevertheless, it remains a must-see. The inhabitants of Marseille, as well as the tourists, crowd into the small streets in a friendly and commercial atmosphere.
  • LA CRIÉE • NATIONAL THEATRE OF MARSEILLE

    La Criée, the emblematic theatre of the city of Marseille, has stood proudly since 1909 at the end of the Rive Neuve quay on the Vieux-Port. Before having a cultural vocation, the establishment was for several decades a market where fish was sold wholesale and "à la criée".
  • COSQUER MÉDITERRANÉE • PREHISTORIC CAVE

    The Cosquer cave, restored in the Villa Méditerranée building in Marseille, is finally revealing its secrets, buried for 30,000 years at a depth of 37 metres. The Cosquer adventure unfolds over three levels, with the prehistoric cave under the sea to be visited aboard exploration modules.
  • FORT SAINT-JEAN • OLDEST MONUMENT OF MARSEILLE

    Fort Saint-Jean marks the entrance to the Old Port and offers an exceptional view of the city. It is now part of the MuCEM, to which it is linked by an imposing ultra-modern footbridge overlooking the sea.
  • LE PANIER • OLDEST DISTRICT OF MARSEILLE

    Le Panier is located on a hillock in the centre of Marseille, its narrow streets intertwine and lead to pleasant squares. Being in Le Panier is like being in a charming Provencal village and forgetting that you are in the centre of Marseille.

The Best Places

to stay in Marseille

A stay in Marseille is synonymous with sunshine, the Mediterranean and authenticity.
But the city has much more to offer, with its many restaurants, boutiques and other trendy spots.

There’s something for everyone: from those who prefer to relax, to those who love a good meal, to those who like to have an aperitif or buy little wonders…

We’ve put together a small selection of the best places to go in Marseille.

  • THE RHUL • BOUILLABAISSE RESTAURANT IN MARSEILLE

    Le Rhul, Marseille's seaside bouillabaisse restaurant on the Corniche J.F. Kennedy, has been renowned for its bouillabaisse for three generations. Building on its reputation, Le Rhul is first and foremost a quality restaurant with an atypical charm.
  • LE MÉTROPOLE • ARTISANAL ICE CREAMS IN MARSEILLE

    Le Métropole is the only ice cream parlour in the Old Port to offer Terre adélice's range of 100% ORGANIC artisanal ice creams and sorbets, including flavours typical of Marseille and Provence!
  • PAIN À L’AIL • SPECIALIST IN PROVENÇAL STREET FOOD

    In Marseille, Pain à l'Ail is a Provençal street food concept that lets you discover or rediscover Provençal cuisine in dishes and sandwiches. Daube, Aïoli, not forgetting the Provençal Lobster Roll.
  • COSQUER MÉDITERRANÉE • PREHISTORIC CAVE

    The Cosquer cave, restored in the Villa Méditerranée building in Marseille, is finally revealing its secrets, buried for 30,000 years at a depth of 37 metres. The Cosquer adventure unfolds over three levels, with the prehistoric cave under the sea to be visited aboard exploration modules.
  • 1860 LE PALAIS • BISTRONOMIC RESTAURANT

    Join 1860 Le Palais for a memorable culinary experience in one of the most spectacular settings in Marseille. An experience that celebrates the diversity of our wonderful products cooked with imagination and passion.
  • MUCEM • NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MARSEILLE

    The Mucem is an exceptional jewel with a unique architecture. More than a museum, the Mucem is an emblematic site symbolising the marriage of Marseilles and the Mediterranean, and is a source of pride for the inhabitants.
  • MX MAISON YELLOW • ATYPICAL PLACE AROUND ANIS

    Mx Maison Yellow, a totally innovative place to live, enjoy and experience, built around the emblematic flavour of aniseed. An experience trail, concept store, bar, restaurant... Mx is a unique destination.
  • LES NAVETTES DES ACCOULES • ARTISANAL BISCUIT FACTORY

    Les Navettes des Accoules is a traditional biscuit factory specialising in the authentic Navette de Marseille located in the Panier district. Made every day in their shop-workshop in the Panier, with real butter and real eggs, the real Navette de Marseille has only one authentic flavour: orange blossom.
  • DALLOYAU • PASTRY RESTAURANT ON THE TERRACES OF THE PORT OF MARSEILLE

    The Dalloyau restaurant, located inside the Terrasses du Port shopping centre, has a large, beautiful terrace facing the sea, perfect for tea parties, aperitifs with friends, tête-à-tête dinners or relaxing meal trays during the week.
  • PRADO SHOPPING • SHOPPING CENTER IN MARSEILLE

    Prado Shopping has been designed as a shopping street with a focus on customer well-being and shopping comfort, reflecting the tastes and trends of customers who love fine brands.
  • MIRAMAR • RESTAURANT SPECIALISING IN BOUILLABAISSE

    The Miramar Restaurant, a founding member of the bouillabaisse, is ideally located on the Old Port of Marseille, facing the sea and the Bonne Mère.
  • GRANDES HALLES DU VIEUX-PORT • MARKET & STREET FOOD AREA

    Opened in July 2022, on the site of the former wartime arsenals, the Grandes Halles du Vieux-Port was born of a common desire on the part of a few Marseilles minots: to bring together the know-how, interpersonal skills and hospitality specific to Marseilles, in an exceptional place where gastronomy and conviviality are combined.

Get some height

and visit Marseille differently!

Discover the city of Marseille with Colorbüs, the only open-air tour of Marseille.

Our fun and authentic tour allows you to discover the culture and beauty of Marseille with incredible ease.

Climb aboard our panoramic buses and discover facts and anecdotes about the city’s most iconic monuments. You can get off as many times as you like at our various stops to explore the city, then rejoin the tour whenever you like.

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR

1 OR 2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
THE 2ND DAY FOR €7 MORE
Marseille offre de nombreux sites touristiques à découvrir, dont le Vieux-Port, la Cathédrale de La Major, le Vallon des Auffes, le Mucem, Notre-Dame de la Garde, etc. Explore Marseille with […]
ADULT FROM 22 €

Our Thematic

Tours

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR + MUCEM

2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
EXHIBITIONS FOR €2 MORE
The combined Discover Marseille + Mucem ticket gives you access to all the exhibitions at Mucem and J4, and a panoramic bus tour of Marseille.
ADULT FROM 32 €

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR + OM STADIUM TOUR

2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
VISIT TO THE STADIUM FOR €8 MORE
The combo Discovery Tour Marseille + OM Stadium Tour ticket gives you backstage access to the Orange Velodrome and a panoramic bus tour of Marseille.
ADULT FROM 38 €

DISCOVERY MARSEILLE TOUR • BETWEEN LAND & SEA

2 CONSECUTIVE DAYS
BOAT TOUR FOR €10 MORE
Explore Marseille by land and sea and enjoy superb views of the city's iconic sites on board our buses and on board a boat.
ADULT FROM 40 €

Must-See Places

To Discover Marseille

You only have a day or two to visit Marseille?
Don’t waste your time because every minute is precious to admire as much as possible of the city.

Its must-see places, its ideal beaches, its cultural heritage, its sunny weather and its legendary football club…
All this in the heart of a city rich in culinary specialities and traditions.

Discover, enjoy, let yourself be guided!

VIEILLE CHARITÉ • CULTURAL CENTRE IN MARSEILLE

The Vieille Charité, which was once a place of refuge for the city's poor and beggars, is naturally located in the heart of the Panier district, the city's historic centre. This emblematic place of Old Marseille now houses a real cultural centre.

CONSIGNES SANITAIRES • FORMER CUSTOMS OF MARSEILLE

The Consignes Sanitaires building, built in 1719 by the architect Mazin, was constructed to house the doctors and surgeons responsible for the sanitary control of sailors and ships entering the port of Marseille. It was the headquarters of the sanitary intendance until the 19th century, when the customs building was built identically.

The Best Places

to stay in Marseille

A stay in Marseille is synonymous with sunshine, the Mediterranean and authenticity.
But the city has much more to offer, with its many restaurants, boutiques and other trendy spots.

There’s something for everyone: from those who prefer to relax, to those who love a good meal, to those who like to have an aperitif or buy little wonders…

We’ve put together a small selection of the best places to go in Marseille.

LE MÉTROPOLE • ARTISANAL ICE CREAMS IN MARSEILLE

Le Métropole is the only ice cream parlour in the Old Port to offer Terre adélice's range of 100% ORGANIC artisanal ice creams and sorbets, including flavours typical of Marseille and Provence!

COSQUER MÉDITERRANÉE • PREHISTORIC CAVE

The Cosquer cave, restored in the Villa Méditerranée building in Marseille, is finally revealing its secrets, buried for 30,000 years at a depth of 37 metres. The Cosquer adventure unfolds over three levels, with the prehistoric cave under the sea to be visited aboard exploration modules.