Cannes, France Cruise Port

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About Cannes, France

Cannes has an international reputation for glamour - pictures and movie clips of its croisette, its film stars and its grand hotels instantly conjure up an image of style and sophistication. Cannes is much changed from its beginnings as a resort when an English traveller, Lord Brougham, was quarantined there in 1834. Nowadays, the city hosts conventions and festivals all year round - and there's plenty to attract the guests and delegates.

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mikehorley

What can I say? It's the South of France where the rich live and play. Cannes is a beautiful resort famed for it's annual film festival. When you get to the port take a trip on the little train. It will take you on a trip around the resort and the commentary will give you lots of interesting facts about the place. Once back just take a walk along the sea front. It's great to people watch and see how the other half live. It's people watching paradise. Stroll along the Croisette where you will find all the top designer shops displaying their latest creations. I enjoyed immensely sipping a cocktail on the terrace of Armani Cafe just letting the world drift by. It is well worth a visit and I didn't think overly priced. A great photo opportunity to make those back home wish they were with you. If you are a film fanatic check out the souvenir shop sell all things film. You can't miss it as you walk along the front. Outside the shop you can see hand prints of many of the famous film stars that have visited Cannes. Hopefully this gives you some idea of what to do in Cannes. It's a lovely place to relax on a hectic cruise schedule.

brendaannolele

We got a shore excursion with AA to see Cannes, Nice, and Monte Carlo. We saw the changing of the guard at Prince Albert's castle. We even got to take a lap around the Grand Prix. This was a great port and an experience we will always cherish.

Visited: May 18, 2016

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beckeb00

Avoid the Film Institute area (especially during the festival). Instead reserve your tender early and go walking around the Old Town and climb us to the highest points that will give you great pictures. (Don't go on a tour. That will provide you with time to find a cute café where you can grab a coffee and crepe and people watch.)

Visited: May 14, 2017

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