The Orange Velodrome Stadium

The Orange Velodrome Stadium, ranked as the second largest stadium in France, transcends its role as a mere sports venue. In addition to Olympique de Marseille's crowd-pleasing matches, this emblematic stadium has hosted French national team matches and all the major French competitions since the first half of the 20th century. From the Football World Cup in 1938 and 1998 to the European Football Championships in 1984 and 2016, as well as the Rugby World Cup in 2007 and 2023, the Vélodrome has been the scene of historic sporting moments. It has also been transformed into a stage for internationally renowned concerts, attracting the biggest stars.

Aerial view of the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille, with its iconic white wave-shaped structure, surrounded by the city's dense urban architecture and hills in the background, suggesting an immersive experience for visitors staying in local aparthotels.

Located just 2.5 kilometres from our aparthotel, Appart'City Marseille Centre Prado, the Stade Vélodrome is easily accessible for sports and music fans. But even on non-match days, your stay in Marseille promises to be rich in discovery. Take the opportunity to explore more of the city and discover its famous monuments, explore its captivating museums, feast on the exceptional cuisine of its gourmet restaurants, and immerse yourself in Marseille's rich cultural scene. Whatever your interests, the city has something for everyone.

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