Opening of the Prado shopping center: more and more life in Marseille
From Thursday, March 29, Marseille opens the doors of a new place of life: the Prado shopping center.
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The city continues its metamorphosis. A few steps from the Vélodrome, this new shopping center offers no less than 40 shops to the lovers of shopping. All in a light and airy space, designed as a pedestrian street of four floors, that we would walk according to his desires. With its green roof and the beautiful canopy that covers, the Prado shopping center in Marseille offers equipment located in the heart of a neighborhood and an environmental approach. The curious piling up in the gardens of the shopping center, to offer a break in two shops, and even participate in workshops organized around hives that are nestled in the top of the building.
The Prado shopping center : 23 00 m2 dedicated to fashion, beauty, health, play and home
Among the schools, fashion enthusiasts will be delighted to know that they will find the Zara department store in the PACA region. And the inevitable Galeries Lafayette will not be left behind, comfortably installed on three floors. Add to my favorites jewelry, decoration, perfume and restaurants (open until 9 pm).
More than a shopping center, this space is a real place to live and boasts its incredible architecture, a real gem, designed by the architect Didier Rogeon.
An unavoidable and accessible place to live in Marseille
At the heart of the public transport network and near the beaches of Prado, it may be accessible from your hotel. The shops will welcome you from 9:30 to 20h from Monday to Saturday, and several exceptional openings are already on the program, to allow you to enjoy the bridges and long weekends ahead. For example, you are doing this on Monday, April 2, Easter Monday, or May 8, 10 and 21.
And even if you do not shop, you will be seduced by the beauty of the site. The Prado shopping center will become in turn a place of passage during any stay in Marseille: it is a pity to deprive yourself of admiring this work of art.