Be charmed by its history
An important town for roman trade, this old town has a lot of history and culture. All around town you will find impressive buildings, cathedrals and churches each dating back to a different period in its history, such as the cathedral of Sainte-Marie-Majeure or the abbey of Saint-Victor, one of the oldest Christian worship in Europe.
Its love of the arts
Marseille hosted many French writers and poets like Auguste Renoir and Paul Cézanne. It is now home to many art galleries and theaters such as la Criée and the Theatre Toursky. The former match factory has been converted into an arts center. Combine your stay in a bed and breakfast Marseille with a trip to the theater to experience first hand the talents of the neighbourhood.
And its traditions
The most commonly used tarot deck is named after this city. It was called the “tarot de Marseille” to differentiate it from other decks. It just so happened that this is the deck that would live on. Villagers make small hand-crafted figurines to put in their nativity scenes, the Santons. Since 1803 from the last sunday of november there is the Santon Fair.
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