Marseille Provence International Airport receives flights from more than 80 different destinations from all over the world. The airport is located 27km (17 miles) northwest of the center of the city. The terminal has three halls, for international and domestic arrivals and departures.
There are 200 trains approx. that arrive daily to Marseille from other cities such as Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan, Genoa and Geneva. The TGV line provides with 12 high-speed trains to Paris and can take you from Marseille to Paris in three hours, You can also take the local train which runs almost every hour across the Côte d’Azur making a number of stops before reaching Marseille.
Motorways in Marseille are very safe ad are connected to Spain, Italy and Northern Europe. Take the A7 to go to the north (Aix, Lyon, Paris), take the A8 to go to Nice, the A55 for going to the west of the city (Fos, Martigues, Monpellier and Barcelona), the A50/N98 runs along the Mediterranean from Marseille through Toulon, Heyres, St Tropez, St Maxime, St Raphael, Cannes and eventually on to Nice, the A55 to the west (Martigues, Monpellier and Barcelona)