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7 things to see in Cannes
Cannes is best known for its annual May film festival, but there are plenty more attractions that make it a favorite Côte d'Azur paradise for the elite. Get a taste of the high life at some of these places.
1. Film Festival Palace
Pose for a photo on the steps of the venue of Cannes' international film festival.
2. Notre Dame de l'Espérance
This hilltop church is thought to date from the 14th century. Keep an eye out for the fresco depicting the baptism of Jesus Christ.
3. Museum of Art and History of Provence
This charming museum, where entry is free, showcases Provençal art and history.
4. French Riviera
For a true sense of glam, join a tour of this luxury cruise ship. Not only do you get to walk around the decks, but you can also opt for an on-board dinner!
5. Marché Forville
This huge covered market with seasonal produce is open every morning, except on Mondays - where you can peruse antiques instead.
6. Îles de Lérins
The two large islands in the Bay of Cannes are Saint Honorat and Sainte Marguerite, respectively boasting monastery ruins and a castle.
7. Winery tour
Get out into the countryside and discover the region's famous wines. The Château Saint-Martin and its enchanting wine cellars are just one of many delightful sights and tastes to enjoy on a tour!
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Planning Your Visit
Due to its sunny location on the Mediterranean, it's vital to be sensible when it comes to sun protection.
To save money on food in this stomping ground of the rich and famous, go beyond the bustling Antibes Street where you will find some cheaper dining options.
If you can't get enough of the swanky lifestyle, it's easy to get to the principality of Monaco by car or even by boat.
Unfortunately, where there's money, there's bound to be crime. Don't flash your cash, and dress casual unless the occasion calls for it.
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- Best time to visit
- Unless you want to book well in advance and wrestle with thousands of other visitors, its best to avoid Cannes in May during its International Film Festival. Temperatures don't start to drop until November, and although its not an ideal time for swimming it will be the best time for your wallet!
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What people are saying about Cannes
This is a must do trio one should go for. We liked St Paul de Vence the most in our trip. But unfortunately the red carpet was not accessible on that for general people as an exhibition was going on that day. But overall a trip to remember. Our guide was also very nice and friendly. Thanks a lot.
If you wish to see the places you have dream of going to, book this tour. The bonus is the surprise, places that you've never heard (if you're not from the EU) but will captivate your imagination. EZE and St Paul de Vence took our breath away. It is pack but well planned!
Our driver guide was knowledgeable and helpful. We covered everything promissed when booking. Everything we visited was breathtaking. It's the perfect way of visiting as many placed in a small time.
Very knowledgeable guide with the perfect amount of time for an introduction to the region.
Full day, fabulous sights. The French Riviera is spectacular