Train Geneva → Marseille
Duration 3h33 - From $46
A city with conventional wisdom and beauty to match Geneva has been a strategic mainstay in world politics. One can’t say the city’s name without thinking of historical conferences and documents. Home to the League of Nations, the scientists of CERN and a glistening lake, Geneva is at once quite serious and yet so seductive. As soon as you exit the main train station, the Gare Cornavin, you’ll be taken under its spell. There is a grand opulence to this city. High-end stores such as Harry Winston, Rolex, Louis Vuitton and others line the streets with the Swiss Alps as the backdrop. It’s easy to comprehend why Geneva is one of the most affluent cities in the world. Learn more about Geneva
Haven for artists who appreciate the Vieux Nestled right on the Mediterranean sea and an inspiration for artists, Marseille is the third largest metropolitan area in France. And yet it can seem like a quiet little fishing village. Over the last 2600 years, Marseille has built a rich, colorful atmosphere enhanced by the fresh sea air, ancient architectural foundations, incredible art and amazing food. With its history so linked to the sea, it’s no surprise that the hub of Marseille’s action is at the Vieux Port, or Old Town. On the quai de Rive Neuve, check out La Criée, Marseille's most famous theater. Built in 1909 on the site of the old fish auction rooms, you’ll find diverse programming – from the avant-garde to current jazz acts. In Marseille during the summer ? The place Thiars is a lively square dotted with dozens of restaurants and bars, and the ideal place to enjoy an evening en plein air. Learn more about Marseille
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"No complaints about the trip itself. Only complaint was that the e-ticket that I received in PDF format showed the train and seat number jumbled, so it took careful detective work to figure out the correct numbers. "