Marseille City Transportation

With a bus and subway, Marseille has your transportation needs covered. The city is also small enough to explore on foot.

WalkingMarseille City Transportation

Most sights attracting tourists to Marseille, like the beach and maritime ports, are within easy walking distance from both the city center and the main train station.

Bus and Subway

The RTM system is made up of both buses and subways. Metro lines 1 and 2 both stop at the main train station and run north and south in the downtown area. If you plan to buy a ticket on the bus, be sure to have exact change.

More information at: Marseille Rail Network.

Bus and Subway Tickets

One trip up to 70 minutes on both modes of transport: €1.50

Five-ride Carte Liberte: €6.50

10-ride Carte Liberte: €13


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Note: All prices were accurate when compiled. Please check the Web sites listed for the most up-to-date information.

Most popular hostels in Marseille (by views)

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Distance 1.27 km

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Première Classe Marseille Centre Ville

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Le Huitieme Hotel

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Kyriad Marseille Centre Castellane

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Kyriad Vieux Port

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