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Marseille Travel Guide

Marseille Nightlife

There are many ways to have a fun night in Marseille. There are a variety of places, from opera, concerts, discotheques, bars and karaoke venues. The Festivals also are a good option in this city. Some of the festivals celebrated in Marseille are:

« The traditional festival in this city is the Marseille Carnival. The main venue is the old port area where there's a lot of fun, music and dance.

« Marseille International Documentary Film Festival is one of the most important festivals in the world of documentaries and is celebrated in June.

« The Music Festival, with all music styles across the city in June.

« Bastille Day, celebrated in other cities too but with more emphasis in Marseille. The famous Marseillaise can be heard there.

« The Festival of Wind. The sky is decorated in colour at the Plage du Prado beach and everyone has fun with their kites.

If you want to know what is the cultural schedule is in Marseille, you can get the local newspaper for listings. Here are some options for visiting some nightlife venues in Marseille:

Along the Vieux-Port you'll find many bars, cafés and restaurants.

Le New Cancan

3, 5 et 7 rue Sénac, 13001 Marseille
Tel. 04 91 48 59 76

Le New Palace

10, pl Jean Jaurès, 13001 Marseille
Tel. 04 96 12 46 34

Maxi Club

23, r Saint Saëns, 13001 Marseille
Tel. 04 91 33 16 23

La Cité de la Musique

Also known as La Cave à Jazz, 4 rue Bernard-du-Bois
Tel. 04-91-39-28-28

l'Exit Bar

12 quai de Riveneuve
Tel. 04-91-54-09-89

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