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Cannes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France
The Palace of Festivals – if you’re attending or working at an event here, choosing to stay in this apartment will mean you won’t have far to go to get to your event and back home again.
There’s a huge amount of things to do in Cannes, here are some ideas below to get you started:
The Croisette – one of the world’s most famous promenades will be just a short walk from your front door when you stay here.
The Beaches – there are plenty of wonderfully sandy beaches to choose from in the local area, great for lazy days, watersports, and topping up the tan.
The Old Port – enjoy a leisurely walk around this beautiful location and see fishing and pleasure boats moored and gently bobbing up and down on the water side-by-side.
The Rue Meynadier – This is Cannes’ central shopping hub and is lively all day long thanks to the great variety of shops and boutiques.
If you like exploring churches and the history of Cannes, try the 18th Century Notre Dame du Bon Voyage and the Notre Dame de l’Esperance.
For sports fans, there are plenty of tennis courts and golf courses in the local area, and for evening entertainment, why try your luck in one of the 4 casinos?
The most popular means of transport in Cannes is by foot and bus. Although Cannes does boast a robust public transport network, with boats, taxis, trains and buses being readily available. Hiring a Vespa could also be a fun experience.
If you fancied a day trip, you could travel by boat to the Lérins Islands or areas like Monaco or Saint-Tropez. Two airports serve the area: Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) and Cannes-Mandelieu (CEQ), both of which you can travel to using shuttle, taxi or car.
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