Marseille Through Pictures

After a looooong time of not writing a blogpost because I was super busy with school, internship and work for the last few weeks and therefore lacked the motivation and creativity to write anything, I’m finally back!
Now I have a summer break of 5 weeks before I go back to school for one more year. So, of course, I have to use the time to travel again and clear my mind from all the crazy stress I experienced during this time.

I’ve decided to spend my summer holidays in France because I’m excited to see the south and west of France, go to amazing cities and enjoy the beach when I travel along the coast.

My first stop was Marseille, where I spend the last 5 days and I could see some amazing places.
So enough with writing… you will see for yourself and maybe you can feel the artistic atmosphere of this city through these pictures.


[Gare Saint Charles – Train Station]

[Le Vieux Port – Harbour]


[Notre Dame de la gare]
I didn’t plan to go here but I was so happy I did because the view was just stunning!


[Notre Dame de la Gare]


The awesome view.


[Ile du Frioul]
The wind on this day was absolutely crazy, so the ferries didn’t run regularly and so I could just spent little over an hour on this beautiful island. So, I quickly went to the famous Calanques which is a pretty touristic spot.


[A day trip to Arles]
My couchsurfing host and I went to Arles, which is an hour drive away to visit some photography exhibitions.


[Also taken in Arles]


[Along the coast]


[Along The Coast]


[Palais Longchamp]


[Palais Longchamp]


[Palais Longchamp]


[Palais Longchamp]


[Le Vieux Port – Harbour]


[Streets at Le Panier]


[Streets at Le Panier]


[Streets at Le Panier]


[Street Art at Le Panier]
One thing I absolutely loved about Marseille was the street art which could be found almost everywhere.


It was always exciting to discover new pieces of arts hidden in narrow alleys.


[Somewhere at a skater park]
Photo Gallery – Pictures from Marocco

I hope you could get an image of this city and maybe you’d also like to visit it now.
I’d definitely recommend it because this city has a special atmosphere to it but it’s also pretty dirty and you can also see the poverty if you go into the northern parts of this town.
But overall, I really enjoyed my stay and one day I’ll definitely come back to explore it a bit more.

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