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Cannes is a picturesque city located on the French Riviera, known for its glamorous lifestyle and luxurious atmosphere. It’s a popular destination for tourists who want to experience French culture, sunbathe on the beach, and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. The city is also well known for the Cannes Film Festival, which takes place annually in May and attracts some of the most prominent figures in the film industry. Visitors can explore the old town and its narrow streets, visit museums, and enjoy French cuisine in one of the many restaurants.


Things to do in Cannes

Le Vieux Port

Le Vieux Port

A picturesque mix of traditional charm and immense wealth, Le Vieux Port (Old Port) is where the stern medieval architecture of Le Suquet towers over (and perhaps looks down upon) the glamorous rows of yachts lined up in the port. Pick one of the cool bars that line the water’s edge to watch the huge ships glide in and out of town.

Le Suquet

Le Suquet

Le Suquet, a Roman settlement above the city, is the oldest area in Cannes. The neighbourhood is a delight to stroll around, and the pastel-coloured buildings give a sense of what Cannes was like in the 18th and 19th centuries (before the hordes of holidaymakers arrived). Explore the steep, cobbled streets in search of subterranean bars.

Musée de la Castre

Musée de la Castre

The Musée de la Castre is located within a medieval castle that was once home to the monks of Lérins. Positioned high above the city, it provides amazing views of Cannes and beyond. In the 19th century, the museum was bequeathed an eclectic art collection by a local resident, which includes medieval artefacts

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