Shopping Tour à Marseille

Guided tour - Dates and program to be confirmed

Sonia Relloking by S.J. vous accompagnera pour une journée inoubliable à Marseille : elle vous accompagnera aussi bien à travers de nombreuses boutiques de prêt-à-porter comme des grandes marques. Vous découvrez Marseille sous un autre jour.

Elle connaît très bien les produits, marques et les services. Elle vous fera profiter des meilleurs prix et promotions, le tout accompagné d’un accueil exceptionnel.

Elle saura vous conseiller sur vos choix, vos tenues vestimentaire, votre maquillage et votre coiffure.
Elle saura prendre soin de vous, tout en visitant la ville, son port, ses restaurants, et ses boutiques.
Elle en connaît de nombreuses personnes et vous fera profiter pleinement de son carnet d’adresses et de la ville : comme vous ne l’avez peut-être jamais vu.

Pour un cadeau d’anniversaire ou tout simplement pour passer un moment entre filles. Sonia Relloking by S.J. sera présente pour vous et tout au long de cette journée shopping.

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Shopping Tour

13001 Marseille

Information provided by OT Marseille

  • Organiser

    Shopping Tour
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    1/2 day

  • Level

    All Levels

  • Guide


  • Tour language

    English, French

  • Phone

    • 06 82 43 80 81
  • Website

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