Hi there !

My name is Sebastian. I was born and raised in Bernal, South Buenos Aires where I lived until I was 23. At first, I studied to be an interior designer until a trip to Europe made me realize that my true passion was travelling and tourism. So on my return from the old continent, I immediately signed up for Tourism studies at one of the best universities in Buenos Aires. I was awarded my diploma as a tour guide as well as my Bachelors in Tourism in 2010. While studying, I also worked in travel agencies and hostels which is how I met my wife – a true “Marseillaise”! We lived together in Argentina and Uruguay before coming back to her motherland and settling here in the city of the sun: we just couldn’t resist its charm! In French, Spanish or English, I will do my best to share my knowledge and my passion about this city. See you soon!



My name is Alexandre. I’m a Marseillais by heart. I went to live in Berlin for ten years, where I was able to do my job as a passionate self-taught guide and improve my knowledge of foreign languages. Back in Marseille since June 2017, I am now working to discover the beauties of my beloved city. After proposing neighborhood visits to the locals, I joined the team of the Marseille Free Walking Tour with pleasure. In parallel, I am author for the famous guide Petit Futé, for the Marseille, Provence, Aix-en-Provence and the Calanques editions. I will accompany you and explain you willingly the little secrets of the Phocaean city, its hidden charms and amazing anecdotes. You will discover the city through the eyes of one of its passioante inhabitants. I will also give you some good addresses, some tested personally. I speak French, English and German. See you soon !

Hello !

I am Mattew, a Venezuelan journalist, of Caribbean pride, but of European heart, in love with the art and culture of the ‘old continent’. I left the ‘glamor’ of TV and the media to pursue my dream of knowing the world and show it to the rest of the people through tourism and social networks.

Chasing an Italian woman through Europe, I arrived in Marseille and between the sea, the sun and the color of the sky, I stayed to tell stories about the oldest city in France.

“If I’m passionate about something, besides telling sports in the media, it’s sharing with people from all over the world, speaking in different languages and spreading my vision of the world as a tour guide. I am a citizen of the world; passionate, vehement”

Hello everybody !

What’s up? My name is Ezequiel and I was born in a small village of La Pampa Argentina. I am an anthropologist by profession, historian by vocation, photographer by the love of art and above all passionate about traveling to know different cultures and realities. That’s why, a long time ago, I left home and started travelling through Latin America, with my backpack as my only companion. Arriving in Mexico, I met a French girl and fell in love… And that is how 4 years ago, I found myself catapulted across the Atlantic Ocean to continue my adventure in the oldest city in France, Marseille – beautiful and mixed, not speaking a word of French and without a penny in my pocket. I was immediately snapped up by the Phocaean city where I now continue my journey taking advantage of its breathtaking beauty every day.


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My name is Federica, I am Italian and I am a PhD student at Aix-Marseille University. Since I was a little girl, I have always been passionate about foreign languages and cultures and for this, at the age of 20, I decided to leave Italy to discover the world. After visiting several European countries and spending one year in England, I moved to Paris for a little while before being offered a PhD scolarship in Neuroscience and therefore settling down here in Marseille. This charming and lively city, with its warmhearted hospitality and breathtaking sunsets conquered me straight away. Marseille is a city that constantly changes and never stops surprising, a deeply mediterranean city and somehow a bit Italian as well! I will be more than happy to share my enthousiasm with you, so do not hesitate to join me ! See you soon!!

Hey everyone !

My name is Baptiste and even if I arrived in Marseille recently, I know this fascinating and unique city by heart! Having traveled a lot in France as a seasonal worker, I got passionated about history by discovering beautiful places and that’s how at age 25 I went back to school, in history! This led me to live a year in Naples where I had the pleasure to show this wonderful city to French and Italian tourists, and it made me want to renew my experience in France. It is therefore with great pleasure that I will put at your service my good humor and my knowledge of the Phocaean city, which has a lot to offer, so that you live an unforgettable moment!