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Elevator or lift at Notre Dame du Mont in Marseille

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We are two 76+ travelers who will be in Marseille for 3 days in October.

We plan to take the Petit Train to the basilica and while we plan to climb the steps, we read on the Marseille-Provence website that in 2012 a shaft was dug for an elevator to take you to all levels.

We would love to hear from anyone that has been on the elevator or knows if it really is there. It would be a total relief to us to know that we could see all without climbing steps that we don't have to

Also, are there steps from where we leave the Petit Train to the level of the platform that surrounds the basilica?

Thanks for your input.

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