Cannes

Cannes is surely the Croisette, one of the most celebrated promenades in the world. With its flower-filled gardens, towering palm trees and luxury boutiques, it follow the sweep of the bay.

Cannes is the famous Palais des Festivals which rolls out its red carpet each year to welcome major international film stars.

Finally it is also a human-sized city accessible to all, offering restaurants and bars at affordable prices, shopping streets, public beaches, free concerts and many curiosities to discover!

Cannes data

Location 43°33′09″N 7°01′17″E
Population 74.285 inhab
Currency Euro
Plug 230 V
Airport Cannes - Mandelieu Airport
Languages French
Time zone UTC/GMT +1 hour
VAT 20%
Area 19,62 km²

Cannes tradeshows

  • Cannes Lions
  • Art
  • Anual in june
  • Cannes Yachting Festival
  • Shipping
  • Anual in september
  • Village International Cannes Film Festival
  • Audiovisual
  • Anual in may

Palais des festivals et des congrès de Cannes

The Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall is the home of the Cannes Film Festival. This is where many movies are screened and prizes are awarded during the annual spectacular. For the rest of the year, the landmark building hosts a variety of exhibitions and events, including boat shows, ballet performances, concerts and conferences.

It has an overall space capacity of 35,000 square meters for exhibitions, as well as numerous rooms and 18 auditoriums, the largest of which has a capacity of 2,300. It is the venue for the annual Cannes Film Festival (Festival de Cannes), and possesses "modern and high-tech facilities" for housing conferences throughout the year.

usefull phone numbers
+33
Dial out code
112
Emergency
17
Police
Where to buy a SIM card?
el precio de
Metro metro
2€
Food food
20€
Ice cream ice cream
Taxi taxi
2€ per km
Coffee coffee
4€
Water water
2€
Bed Hotel hotel
121€
Beer beer
5,50€
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mobility

From the airport to the city center

Bus: duration 30 min, price 44€

Train: duration 50 min, price 11.80€

Taxi: duration 30 min, price 80€

 

 

 

Moving around the city

By foot: One of the most popular ways of getting around Cannes is exploring the city by foot.

Bus: The system covers an area which exceeds Cannes proper, including the La Bocca district, Le Cannet and Mandelieu-La Napoule.

Taxi: Taxis are perfect for getting around at night or for more rapid errands

where to eat

Of course, everyone wants to know which are the best places to eat in Cannes. Here are some recommendations  ¡enjoy!

Table 22 par Noël Mantel          Price Range 35€ - 75€              Mediterranian, french      T: +33 4 93 39 13 10

 

Le Bistrot Gourmand               Price Range 35€ - 75€           Seafish, mediterranian         T: +33 04 28 31 68 96

Da Laura                     Price Range 11€ - 40€       Italian                                         T: +33 4 93 38 40 51

 

what to visit

La Croisette

La Croisette is one of the most iconic streets in France. It certainly dominates Cannes, running the length of the seafront for a mile. This is where you’ll find all the smartest hotels, many of which have their own private beaches. If you don’t mind paying for a sun lounger, you can even choose to enjoy waiter service on the beach. Watch Cannes’ chicest residents walking their dogs, jogging, or just sitting down and having a chat on one of the chairs lining the route.

Marché Forville

The French are renowned for their daily markets, which are replete with local, seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables. Head to Cannes’ Marché Forville any morning (except Mondays) to try the local produce (olives, meats, seafood and more) and have a bite to eat.

La Mairie (the Town Hall)

Louis Hourlier built the Town Hall in just three years and construction was completed in 1877. Looking out to the port, the building is a wonderful example of 19th-century architecture. This is the place where people come to register everything in local life and, like most French towns, it forms the beating heart of the city.

Le Vieux Port

The Old Port of Cannes is an interesting mix of traditional charm and immense wealth. It’s a great place to watch huge yachts arrive into town while having a drink in one of the cool bars that line the water’s edge. It’s an Instagram favourite at sunrise or sunset when the magical colours of the portside buildings seem to come alive.

the weather

 August is the hottest month in Cannes with an average temperature of 22°C (72°F) and the coldest is January at 8°C (46°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 11 in August. The wettest month is October with an average of 70mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 24°C (75°F).

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