Train Marseille → Frankfurt
Duration 7h59 - From $62
Haven for artists who appreciate the Vieux Nestled right on the Mediterranean sea and an inspiration for artists, Marseille is the third largest metropolitan area in France. And yet it can seem like a quiet little fishing village. Over the last 2600 years, Marseille has built a rich, colorful atmosphere enhanced by the fresh sea air, ancient architectural foundations, incredible art and amazing food. With its history so linked to the sea, it’s no surprise that the hub of Marseille’s action is at the Vieux Port, or Old Town. On the quai de Rive Neuve, check out La Criée, Marseille's most famous theater. Built in 1909 on the site of the old fish auction rooms, you’ll find diverse programming – from the avant-garde to current jazz acts. In Marseille during the summer ? The place Thiars is a lively square dotted with dozens of restaurants and bars, and the ideal place to enjoy an evening en plein air. Learn more about Marseille
Engineered to be a world class city Whether you fly into the bustling airport, use Frankfurt as a hub for excursions, or would like to explore the city in depth, your first steps into Germany will almost certainly include the outstanding Deutsche Bahn Rail service. There are trains into the city center main station every few minutes from the lower level Regiobahnhof, and also long distance service to other destinations directly from the airport’s impressive new Fernbahnhof. Learn more about Frankfurt
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"Absolutely tops for comfort, convenience and value for money. We got a great fare by booking in advance. We thoroughly enjoyed the high-speed parts of the journey - it was great to be kept informed by the cabin monitor of the high speeds we were achieving. Our 'picnic' bags were fresh and tasty, and we enjoyed the drinks options. We arrived rested and relaxed. "