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Marseille Provence Train Station

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The major port city of Marseille lies on the southeast coast of France. Jump on a high-speed TGV train from Paris or Lille and you could be there in just over three hours. Or why not spend a night on the Corail Lunea sleeper train and draw into Marseille St Charles station in time for breakfast?

From Marseille you can catch high-speed TGV trains further east along the coast to Nice and The French Riviera. Or why not head west via Toulouse?

High-speed TGV trains run every day from Marseille train station. Head outside the station exit and you’re just a few hundred yards from the old harbour.

When you step off the train in Marseille, you’re in the heart of the city. Marseille has an outstanding public transport system including a handy metro network

Marseille St Charles station sits on the high-speed TGV line from Paris in the north, to the south through Provence via Avignon.

A hub station, it opened in 1848 and houses 14 platforms. A grand staircase leads down from the station, which is perched on a hill, into the town. The staircase took 15 years to complete and is lined with statues.

Lost Property:
+33 (0)4 95 04 10 12
08:15-21:00 Monday-Sunday & Bank Holidays

Automatic left-luggage:
08:15-21:00 Monday-Sunday & Bank Holidays

Trolleys are also available inside the station.

Marseille’s large station is equipped with excellent facilities like WiFi, restaurants and a business lounge.

Food:
1. Illy Cafe
05:15-21:00 Monday-Thursday
05:15-22:10 Friday
05:15-21:00 Saturday
06:15-22:10 Sunday & Bank Holidays
Restaurant and bar – In front of Platform F

2. McDonald’s
Take-away – Honorat Hall

3. Phileas Bar
08:00-20:40 Monday-Thursday
08:00-21:40 Friday
08:00-20:40 Saturday
08:00-21:40 Sunday & Bank Holidays
Take-away

Telephone and Wifi in the station.

Currency exchange:
Gare Marseille Saint Charles
Place des Marseillaises
Location: Outside the station

Disabled facilities:
Handicapped Persons Reception
+33 (0)890 640 650
04:45-00:15 Monday-Thursday, Saturday & Bank Holidays falling on these days
04:45-00:30 Friday, Sunday & Bank Holidays falling on these days

You should turn up to the reception 30 minutes before your train leaves if you require extra assistance boarding. Wheelchairs and boarding ramps are also available if required.

Getting to the station –

By bus:
Buses run from the station across the city.

By metro:
Marseille’s metro network stops at the station and runs to the city limits.

By taxi:
There is a drop-off point outside the station at Square Navik, and a pick-up point at Level 1 of the station.

On foot:
The station is right in the heart of town – so why not walk to your hotel?

By bike:
There are Bicycle Spaces onboard the TGV if you want to take your bike with you on holiday.

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