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Starting from £21 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 14/12/2016-21/12/2016 at Marseille
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Hertz in Marseille

As one of Europe’s most colourful cities, the exciting port of Marseilles is a perfect base for exploring the world famous French Riviera and the Provence region. The best way to get around the city and explore the surrounding area is with a hire car.

We’ve got convenient car hire pick-up locations all across the region including the airport, the railway station and the heart of the city centre. Whether you’re visiting the city for business or pleasure we’ll be able to get you in a car and on your way as quickly and efficiently as possible.

 

Pickup Locations Marseille

  • Vitrolles-Site Roquebrune

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1200 1400-1800, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed

    Address:57 Boulevard de l'Europe,
    ZI Les Estroublans

    Phone:33-0-4-42-10-43-91

  • Gare St Charles TGV Railway Station

    Opening hours:Mo-Th 0800-2030, Fr 0800-2230, Sa 0800-1800, Su 1000-2000.

    Address:31 Boulevard Voltaire

    Phone:04-91-05-51-20

  • Marseille Airport

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0700-2400, Sa 0730-2400, Su 0800-2400

    Address:Provence Airport

    Phone:33-0-825-091-313

  • 152-154 Boulevard Rabatau Daniel Matalon

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1200 1400-1900, Sa 0800-1200 1400-1800 Su closed

    Address:152-154 Boulevard Rabatau Daniel Matalon

    Phone:04-91-79-22-06

  • 83 Boulevard National

    Opening hours:This location is temporarily closed until 1 January 2017.
    Mo-Th 0800-1200 1400-1800, Fr 0800-1200 1400-1900, Sa 1700-1800, Su closed

    Address:83 Boulevard National

    Phone:04-91-14-04-20

  • 82 Boulevard de Dunkerque

    Opening hours:Mo-We 0800-1200 1400-1800, Th 0800-1200, Fr 0800-1200 1400-1700, Sa-Su closed

    Address:83 Boulevard de Paris

    Phone:04-91-45-64-03

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A quick guide to Marseille

France’s second city may not have an Eiffel Tower but it has a joyous character and vibrant style in abundance. It’s full of more restaurants, shops and galleries than anyone will have time to visit. Add in the Mediterranean climate and interesting coastline and beaches, and you have all the ingredients of a great destination.

And even better, Marseilles stands right between the Cote D’Azur and the Camargue, two of the best tourist regions in France, so it’s the perfect base for touring the sights of the region.

Old Marseilles

It’s has been a major port on the Mediterranean for centuries and has grown back into the hills from its historic waterfront. This old harbour was used by the Romans 2,000 years ago and is still the natural heart of the city. You’ll see that images of Marseilles always feature the water, the boats and the old quayside buildings.

In this lively area you can wander round the old Victorian stone lighthouse, travel across the harbour on the historic ferry and step inside one of France’s oldest church, the Abbey of St Victor which dates back to the 5th Century. The old port is also the best place to catch boat trips to outlying islands or sightseeing along the coast.

Leading back from the quay is the Canebière, the main street of the city. Some call it the Champs Elysee of Marseilles and you’ll find grand shops and places to eat along this colourful tree-lined street. Head uphill to find the Panier district of narrow streets, hidden squares and pavement cafes.

Out and about in the area

To the west is the mouth of the River Rhone in the unique delta landscape of the Camargue. This protected Nature Park is an inspiring flat landscape famous for the roaming herds of white horses. Nearby is the pretty town of Arles, made famous by a Vincent Van Goch painting ‘Café Terrace at Night’, and you can still visit the café he painted in 1888. It’s a short drive inland along the Rhone to Avignon, with its unfinished bridge and imposing papal palace.

To the east, you can drive from Marseilles to the resorts of the Riviera. Glamorous St Tropez, affluent Antibes and charming Nice are all within reach. Even the tiny principality of Monaco with its billionaires’ yachts, world-famous casino and Michelin-starred restaurants is within a half-day’s drive.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.