The known landmarks in Marseille are the Marseille-Fos Port, the Old Port of Marseille and some residential high-rise buildings. There is also a Total refinery in La Mède in real-life, where the BHB La Raffinerie refinery is suated in game.
Marseille is split up in four parts in the game. The main city is primarily a port area, which includes a Marina, a Port de Conteneur and a Wilnet Transport depot. There are also a bus station, a garage, a gas station, a large MAN truck dealer with a service shop, a hotel and a recruitment agency.
The main city and La Mède both are connected with the by the . The A7 runs up north towards Saint-Alban-du-Rhône and Lyon and joins the in eastern direction. The A8 connects the area with Nice and Italy. Just a bit north of the intersection of the A8 and the A7, the branches off of the A7 and runs towards Montpellier.
The Dans le Jardin depot is connected with the , which runs to the intersection of the A8 and the A7 in the south, while it becomes a minor road in the north. This minor road later joins another minor road, which connects the A7 and the Boisserie Jean-Pierre sawmill with the Italian border.
- Before the Vive la France! DLC, Torino was the southernmost city in the game, but Marseille took this title. However, Catania became the southernmost city with the Italia DLC.
- Twin-cities of Marseille, which are also in SCS Software games:
See also Edit
|Cities|| ETS 1: Bordeaux - Lyon - Paris
Vive la France! DLC: Bordeaux - Bourges - Brest - Clermont-Ferrand - La Rochelle - Le Havre - Le Mans - Limoges - Marseille (La Mède) - Montpellier - Nantes - Nice - Rennes - Roscoff - Toulouse (Blagnac)
|Roads||Autoroutes||A1 - A2 - A3 - A4 - A6 - A7 - A8 - A9 - A10 - A11 - A13 - A16 - A20 - A23 - A25 - A26 - A28 - A29 - A31 - A35 - A36 - A41 - A43 - A47 - A51 - A55 - A61 - A62 - A71 - A72 - A75 - A81 - A83 - A84 - A89 - A104 - A311 - A620 - A630 - A710 - A750 - A837|
|Routes Nationale||N12 - N104 - N118 - N165 - N184 - N230|
|Périphérique / Rocade||Bordeaux - Paris - Rennes - Toulouse|