GR2013 : De St Antoine à St Louis
Walk - Toute l'année
Entre zones urbaines, résidences, commerces, platanes et autres arbres, les quartiers de Marseille se dessinent au fil du parcours.
Marseille - Saint Antoine;
Départ Gare Ste Antoine
(TER en venant de Marseille et d'Aix-en-Provence).
Marseille - Saint Louis;
Arrivée Lycée Nord
(Bus N° 70 vers le centre ville de Marseille)
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
13 rue Roux de Brignoles
Adresse de départ
1 to 2hrs
- 04 91 13 84 13
04 91 33 01 82
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