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Marseille is also one of the major tourist destinations of France. The city, which has number of ports and docks, has the second highest population density in France. The biggest city of France in terms of area, Marseille is the home of people from different culture and ethnic background. Founded in 600 B.C by the Phoceans, the city has a deep history, which is also considered to be quite complex.
The city is well-connected with waterways, roadways as well as airways. Therefore, getting into the city is not at all tricky. Car rental in Marseille is the correct choice if you want to be independent from public transportation. Whether you have come for vacationing in Marseille or have come for a business tour, you must visit the Old Harbor area, known by the name of le Vieux Port.
Musée d'Archéologie méditerranéenne, Musée des Docks romains, Notre Dame de la Garde, la Place Castellane and la Corniche also forms some of the major places of tourist attractions. Yet, before planning to visit any of these, you should know the time schedule when tourists are allowed. If you have rented a car, plan your day accordingly so that you can cover up most of the places in one day.
If you are new to Marseille and driving in the city for the first time, it is important for you to learn about the latest traffic laws of the place. The city is well-connected with roads but many of them are quite narrow, which makes driving difficult at times. The old Tom Tom navigational system has become obsolete now and following those rules will create confusion to the drivers. The local drivers in the city, especially people on two-wheelers are quite reckless. So, be careful about your safety. Parking is available in plenty and is also quite cheap within the city.
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