Chateau d'If Reviews
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I didn't go; it's too far. Instead I ended up in Lyon. It's quite a trip but it takes a few more days to explore all of that town.
You get many discounts, including free admission to several attractions. Because there is so much that you can access with this pass, it helps if you will be in Marseille for at least a day. The longer you're there, the more savings you can enjoy with this pass. Even though we weren't there for a full day, we still enjoyed this pass. At the tourism office where we exchanged our vouchers for our passes the representative was very friendly and informative.
This is a very good deal, and it gives you a good base on which to plan your days in Marseille. We purchased a two-day pass, which we picked up from the tourist centre and which was validated at that location. The lady at the office failed to tell us that the second day of our pass was a public holiday and we couldn't use the pass because nothing was open: churches, museums, libraries; everything was closed. Had she told us, we could have chosen two other days because we were there for five days.
This is a must if you plan on seeing a bunch of museums. Each museum costs 4-10 euros, which really adds up. The tourist board where you redeem your voucher is right across the street from the port and easy to find. The pass does not include the main tour bus, however - just a discount.