The Radiant City ‑ Le Corbusier

Discover with a tour guide the Cité radieuse -Unité d’habitation built between 1947 and 1952 by the famous architect Le Corbusier. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Cite radieuse is a masterpiece of 20th century architecture, the first housing unit designed as a vertical city. Stroll through the shopping streets, admire the rooftop terrace facilities and exclusively visit a flat classified as a Historic Monument.

Duration of the visit: 2 hours – Possible from Monday to Saturday (excluding public holidays)

Visits for Individuals

Booking is compulsory. Limited number of places. Link: marseilleexperience.com

Or on 0826 500 500 (€0.15 per minute from a landline)

Visits for groups

From 10 people or more: as the building is inhabited, booking is obligatory with our Group Department: groupes@marseille-tourisme.com.

Visits are possible in 6 languages: French, English, Italian, German, Spanish and Japanese.

Useful : Pushchairs and dogs (except assistance dogs) are not allowed. Visit not included in the City Pass.

The Radiant City of Le Corbusier benefits of a hotel and a restaurant “Le ventre de l’architecte” from where your clients can admire the view of the Marseille’s bay and live a unique experience in a UNESCO listed monument! Back in time !

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