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Travel between London and Marseille by train

At about 6h30 from London with the high-speed TGV train, Marseille can be easily accessed. Discover the remarkable city of Marseille, known by many as the French Chicago. Renowned for its art museums like La Vieille Charite or Musee des Beaux-Arts, Marseille has so much to offer art-lovers! Don't miss the Place de Lenche, the Cours Honore-d'Estienne-d'Orves or the Château de la Buzine during your stay. To discover more about the city's cultural and historical aspects, you have to visit Museum d'Histoire Naturelle or the Musee de la Faience. Discover the historical charm of the city by visiting the ancient ruins of the Jardin des Vestiges. The Cite Radieuse Le Corbusier and the L'Hôtel de Ville are architectural buildings that will without a doubt catch your attention. Plunge into the old Marseille by visiting the Palais Longchamp, the Castle of If and the Palais du Pharo. Marseille has also remarkable churches and cathedrals, such as the Basilique du Sacre Coeur, the eglise Saint-Laurent or the Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde. To view the beautiful stars, do not hesitate to visit the Observatoire Astronomique. If you want to have a break at the seaside, why not go to the Parc Balneaire du Prado and the Plage de la Pointe Rouge? If you want to stroll around the city, there are several neighbourhoods such as the Old Port.

Travel to Marseille by train Eurostar is the high-speed train that links Paris and Brussels to London. From London St Pancras station, you will arrive at Marseille Saint Charles after switching trains once. The station of Marseille Saint Charles is centrally located in Marseille. Depending on your reservation dates, your tickets may be exchanged or refunded.

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