Car Rental in Marseille, France

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Pick up a car rental in Marseille to discover this beautiful city of culture at your own pace. As France's oldest city, Marseille is home to some particularly fine historical monuments. Head along to Vieux Port, a small, ancient port that is still in ...Read more operation, to buy fresh fish, enjoy the view over a coffee, take a trip on a sailing boat and look out for the stone commemorating the arrival of the Phocaeans in 600 BC.

With a Marseille car rental, you'll be free to explore a few of the city's most fascinating churches and architectural wonders, such as the imposing Basilica of Notre Dame de la Garde overlooking the sea, or Saint Victor, an ancient church that houses an unusual Black Madonna. 

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Magnificent Marseille Sights

Use your Marseille car rental to visit some of the city's most memorable sights, such as the Palais Longchamp, a gorgeous building that also happens to house the museum of natural history and the Musée des Beaux Arts. You'll also find a selection of unusual museums and displays in the equally impressive Vieille Charité, a stunning construction originally built as a shelter for the poor.

Marseille Day Trips

Discover a few of the lovely areas nearby with the help of your Marseille car rental. A day trip to Aix-en-Provence will reward you with a glimpse of a jolly market town complete with some lovely gardens, while a visit to Cassis will allow you to wander through an ancient fishing port and be awed by its small coves and their dramatic white cliff walls.