You will find taxis outside the terminal available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. All drivers speak French, English and Spanish. Most taxis accept credit cards. Cost:
Marseille Provence Airport is located 27 km northwest of Marseille. The airport complex has two passenger terminals in one building.
The Main Terminal is divided into three halls:
- Hall 1 is for international flights and has two floors. The ground floor is Arrivals with customs, baggage carousels, and ground transportation. The first floor is Schengen and non-Schengen departures.
- Halls 3 and 4 are for domestic flights, both with ground and upper levels. The ground level is arrivals and the upper level is departures.
Terminal 2 serves low-cost airlines and has few services and amenities. The terminal has two levels with arrivals, departures, and gates on the ground floor, and restaurants on the upper level.
You will find car hire agencies in the arrivals area of the airport. The following companies are available: Budget, Avis, Hertz, Europcar, National and Sixt.
You can book a car at the airport, or save money by booking online before you travel.
You can buy flowers in a bunch in a reverve of water. Cost: EUR 10-25.
Location: hall 4, arrivals.
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