For anyone willing to trade lower prices and local surroundings for convenience and high venue-density, boy have we got your number. Running along the south end of Marseille's Old Port, Quai Rive Neuve is chock full of restaurants, bars and clubs that capitalize on their high-traffic, waterfront locations. A good rule of thumb to note is that, in general, the farther you stroll down Place aux Huiles away from the water, the less expensive the restaurants become. Handy tips aside, though, once the bill is paid, mosey on over to staples of the Rive Neuve nightlife scene like Le Trolleybus (several clubs in one) or O’Malley’s Pub to kick off your evening, then see where the party takes you. We can’t say it’s the most unique area but, when you’re just looking for easy selection, it’ll do in a pinch.
Location:Vieux Port, Marseille