Cheap Flights to Marseille

Cheap Flights to Marseille Airport

Marseille Airport (MRS), also known as Aēroport Marseille Provence, is located approximately 25km from the port city in southern France.  

Travellers heading to Marseille can find cheap flights, book accommodation, and reserve a car rental with Skyscanner. Skyscanner's Price Alert tool will deliver notifications of price changes and will provide the opportunity to book at the best time to lock in the best available price.  

Best Time to Book a Flight to Marseille Airport

Marseille's location on the Mediterranean Sea makes it an appealing place to vacation year-round. A fairly warm climate allows tourists to enjoy the city during any season, however, the majority of travellers tend to arrive during summer months. July is particularly busy as Bastille Day brings in a big celebration.  

To avoid high prices and large crowds, planning for a vacation in spring or early fall is recommended. The best way to get a good deal on a flight to Marseille is to use Skyscanner's monthly search tool to find the best time to fly.

Airlines That Fly to Marseille Airport

Direct service to Marseille Airport is offered by Air Canada and Air Transat. For other options to Marseille, travellers can fly with Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, British Airways, and more.  

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

There are two terminals in Marseille Airport: the Main Terminal, which is designated for international flights and includes Halls 1, 3, and 4, and the smaller terminal, MP2, which is reserved for the citizens of Provence and low-cost airlines. 

As the fifth busiest airport in France, MRS ensures everyone passing through has access to a variety of amenities. On the upper level of Hall 1, it's easy to kill time on a layover by shopping at one of the many retail stores, relaxing in the VIP lounge Cezanne, or dining at Lounge Van Gogh. Halls 3 & 4 are reserved for Schengen flights only.

What to See and Do in Marseille

Marseille is France's second-biggest city, with 1,500 years of history, incredible museums, and a bird's eye view that can't be beat at the Basilica Lady of the Guard.

The Old Port Of Marseille, as known as Vieux Port, is a must-see. At the end of the Canebière, tourists will find jaw-dropping yachts and breathtaking scenery. A wander up the hill will lead to La Panier, the oldest section of the city, where a truly authentic European experience awaits. The narrow, cobblestone streets are lined with artisan shops, welcoming cafes, and beautiful old houses draped with washing.

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