Popular places to visit in Quartier du Panier
Eat fresh local produce, gaze across the city to the sea and learn about the local heritage in the historic heart of Marseille, one of France’s oldest harbours.
A splendid example of southern European Baroque architecture, this building has presided over Marseille’s Vieux Port for almost 350 years.
A vibrant culture and museum complex serves as an artistic hub for Marseille, in a building that was once a 17th-century shelter for the homeless.
This medieval fort is the perfect place for some urban exploration in the heart of Marseille, home to ancient buildings, art and gardens.
Hike, paddle, or simply sit and gaze upon the incredible white limestone cliffs, inlets and coves that have inspired many of France’s greatest artists.
Explore the waterfront in Marseille with a trip to Grand Port Maritime de Marseille. Stroll along the beautiful beaches or visit the shops in the area.
Top things to do in Quartier du Panier
Arles, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence & Les Baux-de-Provence Full-Day Tour
Marseille Self-Guided Audio Tour
Avignon Wine Tasting Tour - 8h
Marseille Small Group Walking Food Tour
Architectural Walk of Marseille with a Local
Transfer from Cruise terminal of Marseille to Marseille airport
Top Hotels in Quartier du Panier
Reviewed on Jul 27, 2020
Reviewed on Oct 29, 2019
Reviewed on Aug 1, 2020
Reviewed on Aug 24, 2020
Reviewed on Nov 25, 2019
Check Quartier du Panier hotel prices
Other neighborhoods in Marseille
4/5Very Good!(21 area reviews)
If you're spending time in La Joliette, you might enjoy attractions like Old Port of Marseille and Docks of Joliette. You might also enjoy the neighborhood's captivating waterfront views before hopping on the metro at Joliette Station to see more of the city.
3/5(7 area reviews)
Shopping, waterfront views, and restaurants are some highlights of Noailles. Make a stop by Old Port of Marseille or La Canebiere while you're exploring.
4/5Very Good!(138 area reviews)
Old Port of Marseille and Marseille Opera House are top sights in 1st Arrondissement, and you should be sure to explore the captivating waterfront views. Hop aboard the metro at Réformés-Canebière Metro Station or St. Charles Station to see more sights in the area.
Saint-Charles is known for its waterfront views, and you can get around the area by hopping on the metro at St. Charles Station.
4/5Very Good!(39 area reviews)
Spend some time visiting places like Notre-Dame de la Garde while getting to know 6th Arrondissement, and be sure to check out the waterfront views. You can hop aboard the metro at Castellane Station or Estrangin Station to see more of the area.
3.5/5Good!(9 area reviews)
Consider exploring the waterfront views in 3rd Arrondissement. If sightseeing is on the list, La Friche Belle de Mai is a top attraction. Hop on the metro at Désirée Clary Metro Station or National Station to see more of the area.