Le Panier, Marseille
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Marseille: 3-Hour Shore Excursion Walking Food Tour

1. Marseille: 3-Hour Shore Excursion Walking Food Tour

Experience Marseille and its city center by exploring the district of Noailles. Taste all of the unique food specialties from the region including the local's favorite snack, the panisse, and the mandatory aperitif, the famous pastis. Discover and taste food from many countries: Greek, Arab, Italian, Lebanese and French food, of course. Smell the delightful odors of all these little restaurants as you stroll through the streets. Listen to the different languages and accents of all these people from everywhere and appreciate the true melting pot of cultures in Marseille.  Along the way, learn about the rich history and traditions of this colorful, gastronomic city.

Marseille: Pastry and Chocolate Tour

2. Marseille: Pastry and Chocolate Tour

Discover Le Panier, the oldest district in France, and enjoy this incredible place to wander with its artsy atmosphere. Explore its special gourmet stores, its amazing street art, and sunny and relaxed cafés.  Learn about the traditions and culture of Marseille, while meeting passionate craftsmen and discovering lovely local spots. This Pastry and Chocolate tour will make you discover authentic French sweets through typical products from France and Provence.  Expand your knowledge about chocolate making and get a great opportunity to taste some delicious chocolates made with olive oil.  Enjoy a Navette, a traditional local biscuit that is just delicious. Your guide will explain to you how this pastry has become an iconic sweet for all people in Marseille, especially during Candlemas. Ice cream lovers will also get the chance to savor a unique ice cream 100% from Provence, and so many other surprises that your guide will be happy to share with you in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Each tasting will be an opportunity to discover, savor, and enjoy the best Marseille has to offer in sweet treats. This activity is an authentic French experience to enjoy in a friendly atmosphere.

Marseille: City Highlights Walking Tour

3. Marseille: City Highlights Walking Tour

The visit begins in the Old Port, under the new architectural art work, the 'Ombrière'. Here is where the daily fish market takes place. It is a typical place to discover the local gastronomy and learn a bit more about the very famous fish soup 'la Bouillabaisse'. The visit continues a few steps away, in Marseille’s oldest neighborhood, where the Greeks began the foundation of the city, Le Panier. It is the perfect place to walk down small alleyways, discover the 17th century building 'La Vieille Charité' and do some shopping (perhaps for the famous soap 'Savon de Marseille'). Why not eat the famous navettes, and the best ice-cream in town? The tour continue to the new docks, to see the beautiful Cathedral 'Notre Dame de la Major' and go to the new MuCEM museum, where there is one of the most beautiful view of the city and the sea. You'll finish the tour in front of the main city hall, a beautiful building created by the famous King Louis 14. 

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What people are saying about Le Panier, Marseille

We had a group of six adults and decided to do a food tour with Elizabeth. Our experience was fantastic! We met her at the meeting spot and she introduced us to some wonderful pastries, baked goods and desserts. She provided some history and lovely French phrases and introduced us to a game called petanque. It was great fun and a great way to end our tour. She was professional, personable and all around person to tour/walk with around Marseille. We would do it all again! Best Regards, Maria Lambinicio & fellow travelers!