What to do in Marseille? Try a Do Eat Better Experience Food Tour
With its millennial history, Marseille, in France, welcomes gastronomic influences from all around the world, since the Greeks’ arrival 2600 years ago.
This food heritage inspires local cuisine and flavors from abroad. Some new talented chefs have settled here and have been able to interpret this heritage to push this gastronomy in the spotlight.
Top things to do in Marseille, the oldest French city
Marseille is a sea port town in the Southeastern region of France called Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, between Toulouse and Nice.
Here, some old architectures, such as the beautiful medieval Notre Dame de la Garde church and the Sainte-Marie-Majeure cathedral, alternate with modern signs. For example, the Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse and the CMA CGM Tower by Zaha Hadid.
This old city and in particular its historical districts, such as Panier and Noailles, are the perfect places where to taste the delights of the South of France cuisine.
Traditionally, the locals cook the fresh fish bought directly on the Old Port (“le Vieux Port”) in the morning. In this old harbor, you can taste the colorful Mediterranean cuisine served with a glass of wine. It’s a taste of a provençal lifestyle.
Are you planning a day in Marseille?
Get ready for a Food Tour in Marseille by Do Eat Better Experience, an unforgettable food-based adventure in French taste and tradition.
Walking Food Tour: a new way to discover Marseille
Do Eat Better Experience has planned a new way to discover Marseille over the usual activities.
We offer to you a very special Walking Food Tour, tourist traps free. A Local Food Expert will tell you anecdotes and curiosities and will lead you through the city streets, restaurants, wine bars and cafes.
Thanks to this Food Tour in Marseille, you will visit the city center and meet new friends.