It is a vibrant port city, and the streets and lanes are filled with her historical feelings. As the cradle of Marseille's development history, it seems that the entire Marseille has been built around this harbor. For more than 20 centuries, this film The port has always docked many of these boats, and the bustling still remains.
Today's Old Port has already bid farewell to the identity of the main commercial shipping terminal. Fishing boats, yachts and sightseeing speedboats have become the new owners here, with less industrial atmosphere and more leisure and relaxation. Walking by the sea, listening to the sound of the waves, the yacht swayed with the waves, the sky above the head and the sea blended together, people whispered, and laughter came from time to time, in this sunshine, it was particularly comfortable.
Along the seaside road, you can see the Cathedral of Our Lady of Marseille from afar. Built in the 19th century, this main church stands between the old and new. It is filled with gorgeous Byzantine style from the outside to the inside.
Choose a sunny summer and come to Marseille to play!
Many people came to Marseille, because they were afraid of public security problems and hurriedly left in the old port, and they came to the conclusion that they were dirty. In fact, the essence of Marseille in the fjord, on the island, may wish to stay one more day, play in the Friu Islands, stroll, sun, experience the feelings of the paradise; or go to Prado Beach Park for picnic, sunbathing, rolling on the grass Feed seagulls on the beach, get in touch with the sea, and experience unfettered freedom.
More than 2,600 years ago, the Greeks of the voyage found a seaport - Rashidong Harbour on the French coast today, which was the earliest source of Marseille, the second largest city in France and the largest port city. The famous old port in the center of Marseille is said to be the "old port". In fact, the port is not old at all. Most of its terminal facilities were reconstructed on the ruins after the Second World War. The local people agreed to It is vulgarly called "the old port", and more of it comes from a long-lasting relationship with the place where this generation lived. However, on its shore, it still retains monuments such as St. John's Castle and St. Nicholas' Castle, which were built during the reign of Louis XIV. They are precious monuments worth seeing.