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The route between Paris and Marseille is one of the most popular in France. A multitude of buses, trains and flights travel between the two cities. More than 20 trains make the journey per day and Air France operates at least 10 flights a day to Marseille from Paris. There are also at least 5 bus companies that operate along the route.
Air France's regular flights between Paris et Marseille take an hour and a half, with departures all day, from 6 in the morning to 8 in the evening. Flights on the route leave from Orly and Roissy Charles De Gaulle arriving at Marseille-Provence airport.
Trains between Paris and Marseille take around 3 hours. Today, more than 20 trains leave from Paris to Marseille daily. These are run by the SNCF, as well as 3 by iDTGV. Most of these set off from Paris Gare de Lyon and arrive at Marseille Saint-Charles.
Isilines, Eurolines, Megabus, Ouibus et Flixbus all operate buses on the route from Paris to Marseille. Isilines and Eurolines services leave from Paris Gallieni bus station, Megabus buses from Quai de Bercy, Ouibus services from la Défense et de Bercy and Flixbuses from Porte Maillot. All buses arrive at Marseille Saint-Charles, next to the main train station.