Not a bad selection of shops, the highlight of which is probably Galleries Lafayette with a great food hall to browse, but the building itself feels a bit run down. Fine if you're towards the centre of town and just want to wander around some shops but if you're after something showier and more modern you'll want to head towards... 更多
I went here expecting some interesting shops but most of them I could find in any mall in the United States. We did find a few things at Lafayette.
While there is not tons of variety here, there are nice stores for everything from clothing to sporting goods, patio furniture to appliances. Many good restaurants, as well, from fancy to fast. Sort of your typical middle-class shopping mall. Not bad if that is what you are looking for.
What a quaint and different shopping centre. Anchored with Galerie Lafayette and FNAC this place is simply perfect. Some great stores that we have never seen before. Amazing restaurants, my new favorite is Yoj. Very friendly staff! I would shop here again ad would recommend it to others.
Bourse is the older shopping centre in Marseille. It doesn't have all the expensive brands, or range, that you'd find in Les Terrasses du Port but it has an ok selection of fashion shops as well as Galeries Lafayette. There is better shopping across the road in Rue Saint-Ferréol (zara, h&m, etc)
Most tourists dislike this shopping centre, saying it's old, it's small, it's uninteresting. But the Centre Bourse has been with us for a long time. 20 years' ago when there wasn't any Grand littoral, anyTerrrasse du port, it's the main shopping centre right in the middle of the city. How many times did we spend on drinking coffee there? walking... 更多
We came in here to get out of the rain. This shopping complex is in need of an upgrade. The escalators leading to FNAC were broken, which made life very difficult for an elderly gentleman struggling down in front of us. Frankly, there's nothing special in this place. It's completely soulless, like every shopping mall in the world.