Parc Borély is a public park situated in the city of Marseille, France. The park was created in the 17th century by a shipowner, Joseph Borely, who bought the land for a country house. In more recent times the park has been acquired by the city who then directed Adolphe Alphand to landscape the park and he created the beautiful English and French gardens you see at the park today. The park is a wonderfully relaxing place in the city with well-kept laws, flowerbeds, a lake, a fountain and numerous statues.
The park is situated south of the city centre. The 15 and 44 buses travel to the park.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open for people to visit from early till late, it is a public park so it is free to visit.