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The main way to get around in Marseille is via the extensive public transport system, which include bus, metro and tram services around all parts of the city centre and the suburbs. Tickets are transferable across all three modes of transport and can be bought from metros or all shops displaying the official 'RTM' signage. Most buses run until 9pm, with a few continuing until 12.30am. Travel after dark is best accomplished in taxis, which can be found at most large hotels or on the street. Driving in Marseille is not recommended, as the city centre is full of narrow, one-way streets and parking is limited.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October).
Electrical current is 230 volts, 50Hz. European two-pin plugs are standard.
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency in France. Currency can be exchanged at banks, bureaux de change and some large hotels, though you will get a better exchange rate at the ATMs. Major credit cards are widely accepted, particularly in major tourist destinations. Foreign currency is not accepted.
The international access code for France is +33. Most public telephones accept phone cards, which are available in newsagents. Most hotels add a surcharge to calls, which can be very expensive; the cheapest way to call abroad is often with a phone card from a public telephone or at a post office. The local mobile phone operators use GSM networks and have roaming agreements with most international mobile phone companies. Internet cafes are available in towns throughout France.
Shuttle buses leave the airport regularly for Marseille Saint-Charles Rail Station, where connections can be made to other destinations. Buses also connect the airport with Aix-en-Provence bus station and Aix-TGV rail station.
Avis, Budget, Europcar and Sixt are represented at the airport.
Metered taxis are avaliable outside the airport.
Facilities include a variety of retail outlets and duty-free shopping; bars, restaurants and cafes, a Business Centre, and banks, ATMs and bureaux de change.
Parking at Marseille Provence Airport costs €7 for the first hour and goes up to €16 per day in lots P1 and P6; €5 for the first hour up to €13 per day in P5 and P10; and €4.50 for the first hour up to €9.50 per day for P3 and P7, which are farther away but served by a free shuttle.
Wifi is available in the business centre and Halls 1, 3 and 4.