London Marseille Train
Marseille is the second largest city of France. It is the hot spot for tourist attractions. It is located on the Mediterranean Sea in the province of Provance. Marseille retains a more traditional appearance with its coastal corniches, narrow streets and ancient architecture. There are numerous coves, rocky inlets, and beautiful sun kissed beaches and bountiful restaurants, which offers tourists a relaxing and interesting gateway.
There are a number of sights that tourists should visit when they are in Marseille. These include the Notre Dame de la Garde, la Palace Castellane, Musee des Docks Romains, Stade Velodrome, Parc Borely etcetera. One can get a wonderful experience of Marseille’s North African and southern European blend by visiting the colorful street markets. There are also a few beautiful beaches like Plage des Catalans that tourists can visit if they want to sunbath and relax.
Travel to Marseille by Eurostar
The wonderful city of Marseille is now easily accessible with Eurostar. If you are planning to travel to Marseille then the Eurostar trains are the best means of transport to reach this wonderful city. The Eurostar trains are the most convenient and the fastest means of transport. You simply need to hop on the high speed Eurostar train from London's Spectacular St Pancras International Station to Gare Du Nord Paris Station and then proceed to Marseille.
It will take 2hr 15min to reach Paris. From Paris Gare du Nord, take the RER high-speed commuter train line D (or a taxi) to Paris Gare de Lyon for frequent connecting trains. It becomes easy to travel Marseille with Eurostar, simply change at Paris and travel on to Marseille with Eurostar partner TGV. The whole journey will take 6hr 15min to reach Marseille.
Marseille Google Map