You want to come to the Marseille Web Fest 17, 18 and 19 October, 2019, here are some practical information to facilitate your travel.
You can also consult the website of the Tourist Office of Marseille: www.marseille-tourisme.com
→ Come to THEATRE JOLIETTE-MINOTERIE
2 place Henri Verneuil - 13002 Marseille
Subway 2 - Stop Joliette
Tramway T2 & T3 - Stop Euroméditerranée-Gantès
Bus line 35 / 82 - Stop Docks
Bus line 55 - Stop Joliette
Bus line 49 - Stop Collège Izzo
Parking Euromed Center (Urbis Park) - 52 quai du Lazaret
→ Come to Marseille BY PLANE
Marseille Provence Airport : www.marseille-airport.com
3rd provincial airport with over 8.2 million passengers in 2014. Over 100 direct destinations and regular flights (number of direct destinations doubled in 5 years).
2 air terminals :
mp1: premium air terminal for traditional airlines with a high level of service (VIP reception, lounges, queue jumps, services for groups, information: firstname.lastname@example.org)
mp²: Europe’s first low-cost air terminal dedicated to low-cost flights - www.mp2.aeroport.fr
- 116 direct airlines operated by 31 airlines and connecting 25 countries including:
- 20 daily flights Paris/Marseille (flight length: 1h15) `
- 40 regular low-cost destinations in France, Europe and Morocco
- 8 long-haul destinations in Canada, the Middle East, the Indian Ocean, Africa ...
Connections between Marseille city centre / Airport :
Marseille to the airport
Departure from St Charles railway station Shuttle service every 20 minutes from 4.30 to 23.30
Fare : www.navettemarseilleaeroport.com
From the airport to Marseille Shuttle service every 15 minutes from 4.10 to 0.10
After 0.10, additional coach services are organized accorded to scheduled flight arrivals.
Journey time: 25 minutes – direct by motorway
→ Come to Marseille BY TRAIN
Saint-Charles railway station Direct access to the metro 1 et 2, bus n°49
Passenger information Tel: 3635
Information for groups Tel: 0 810 879 479
A railroad system in high evolution 200 daily trains
The new Mediterranean high speed train (TGV) : Marseille – Paris in 3 hours - 17 TGV Méditerranée Paris/Marseille per day (3 hours)
Links between the main railway stations of Europe and Marseille SNCF - www.sncf.com
OUIGO between Paris and Marseille via Lyon (low prices) - www.ouigo.com
→ Come to Marseille BY BUS
Coach station 3 rue Honnorat - 13003 (near the railway station Saint-Charles)
Tél: 0891 024 025 www.lepilote.com
→ Come to Marseille BY CAR
A dense motorway system : 3 highways (East / North / Coastline) connecting Spain, Italy, and Northern Europe come together at Marseille.
The city is less than one hour away from Camargue, the heart of Provence and two hours from the French Riviera.
Nord A51 (A7) (towards the airport, Aix, Lyon)
Access: St Charles railway station, Porte d’Aix
Littoral A55 (towards the airport, Aix, Fos, Lyon, Montpellier, Barcelona )
Access: Joliette, Old Port
Est A50 ( towards Cassis, Toulon, Nice, Genova)
Access: Avenue de Toulon, Bd Rabatau