Marseille Provence Airport (MRS) is located about 14 miles from Marseille, serving the Mediterranean coast of France and beyond. It’s the 5th busiest airport in France in terms of passenger traffic and the country's 2nd biggest when it comes to cargo traffic. 

    This international airport connects Provence to the biggest hubs in Europe. It offers 124 direct flights to 33 countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Some destinations you can travel to from the airport include Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Casablanca, Istanbul, London, Marrakech, Rome, and Venice.

    It has a variety of passenger services, including restaurants, retail stores, car rentals, luggage service, and currency exchanges. High-speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport for free. You can connect to the network without giving personal details. Plus, you have unlimited internet access, which is convenient if you have time to kill.

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    The terminals of Marseille Provence Airport

    Marseille Provence Airport has 2 terminals within walking distance of each other. The second was added in 2008, which brought cheaper flights, more retail services, and a variety of dining options. If you’re taking an international flight from the airport, you’ll likely depart from Terminal 1. Most low-cost European flights depart from Terminal 2.

    The airport serves more than 30 airlines in the summer. These include Air France, Air Corsica, Air Algerie, Delta, and Lufthansa. Low-cost airlines like Ryanair, Easyjet, and Vueling also offer flights to and from this airport, primarily serving European destinations.

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    Where to eat and shop in Marseille Provence Airport?

    Marseille Provence Airport has a handful of cafés, bakeries, and restaurants, including international chains. There's a Starbucks in Terminal 1, Halls A and B. Another option would be Class’ Croute in Terminal 1, Hall B, as well as Terminal 2. It serves sandwiches and French pastries. For fast food, check out Burger King in Terminal 1 and Hall A.

    The airport has a selection of shops, including global brands like Calvin Klein, Benefit Cosmetics, and Victoria’s Secret. If you're looking for local products, you can check out all the boutiques in Air de Provence, which is located in Terminal 2. La Cure Gourmande in Terminal 1, Hall B offers local goods, too. 

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    How to get to and from Marseille Provence Airport?

    Marseille Provence Airport is in the town of Marignane, about 26 km northeast of Marseille. No matter where you’re staying in Provence, you can easily reach your destination using public transportation. The LebusL13 shuttle bus operates 365 days a year, even on weekends and public holidays. It can take you to the Vitrolles-Aeroport Marseilles Provence train station and Vitrolles city centre.

    If you arrive at Marseille Provence Airport, whether from another French city or outside of the country, you can get an all-inclusive City Pass at the information desk. The pass can help you save money on entrance fees to the city’s top tourist and cultural attractions. You can also get discounts or unlimited travel through public transport.

    About 86 taxis are available at Marseille Provence Airport. You can find them in front of Terminal 1. Most taxis accept payment in cash, cheques, and credit cards.

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    Marseille Provence Airport

    Lokasi: 13700 Marignane, France

    Telepon: +33 (0)820 81 14 14

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