Who’d expect to suddenly fall into Africa while strolling through the streets of Marseille? Certainly not you, but it’s going to feel like a magic doorway took you a continent away anyway when you stumble into this neighborhood. Not far from the Old Port, the bars and restaurants suddenly give way to narrow cobblestone streets filled with roadside vendors selling delicious street food. Go crazy and try everything out; mahjouba, croque monsieur, pissaladiere, panisses, kebabs and cookies–it’s a heady mix. It’s like being in a classic souq. The residents here are mainly descendants of French Algeria.
Noailles Travel Tips
- Check out Le Solield’Egypt, a takeaway shop.
Entrance Ticket Details For Noailles
- Free view
How to Reach Noailles
- Buses 81 and 509 stop at Noailles bus station.
- Subway M2 has a stop at Noailles subway station.
- Tram T1 at Noailles light rail station.
- Le Pirate
- Piment Thai
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7.56% of people who visit Marseille include Noailles in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
40.91% of people start their Noailles visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Noailles
75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Noailles