Tunis to Marseille flights from £210
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Marseille travel tips
1) Taste traditional almond cookies (calissons) in Marseille
A typical Marseille dessert is a callison, an almond cookie sold in all local shops. This cookie is made with crushed almonds and fruits and tastes like marzipan. Another popular dessert is the chickpea flour pancakes — panisse.
2) Visit the non-standard building of La Cité Radieuse by the famous architect Le Corbusier
La Cité Radieuse is one of Le Corbusier's most famous and grandiose architectural projects. This huge multicoloured residential building is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For more than half a century, 2000 people have lived here, and some parts of this brutalist house are available for a free visit. By appointment, you can also see the apartments of this unusual house.
3) Order pastis — the most popular spirit in Marseille
Pastis is a very strong dark-coloured spirit. The drink is produced by two brands: Ricard and 51. Pastis is served with ice and a decanter of water. The spirit is to be diluted with water in approximately one to five proportions. Pastis has about 45 per cent ABV, so don't drink too quickly and do it responsibly.
France COVID-19 travel restrictions
Latest COVID-19 restrictions
Travel is allowed with restrictions
No proof of pre-departure COVID-19 test required for vaccinated travelers
No quarantine required
Most travelers from Tunisia with proof of full COVID-19 vaccination can enter France, but there are restrictions.
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Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.
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