Gare de Marseille-Saint-Charles is a railway station in France. It is located in Marseille, the second largest city in France, and the capital of the Rhône Estuary. It was opened on January 8, 1848. The station is located on a small hill connected to the city centre by a spectacular staircase. The station station is located in the southeast of France, north of the city of Marseille. The station is an end-of-station station with a rail connection only in the northeast.
St. Schaller has 14 terminal platforms and 4 running tracks, which travel in all directions towards Ventimiglia, the northern, Briançon and La Joliette port stations. There are also TGV high-speed railways to major cities.
The coach station for the Marseille Saint-Charles station is located on the north side of the Marseille-Saint-Charles station, and most of the passenger routes to Marseille are on and off.