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Zoo
“For the Kids Marine Park, (Dolphins/ Whales/Sea lions etc) Water Park flumes, wave pool (Aquasplash) Crazy Golf ”
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Art Museum
“The musée Picasso is situated in le château Grimaldi, place Mariejol, in Antibes. The artist Picasso lived and worked there until 1946. Closed on monday, the rest of the week visits are from 10h00 to 12h00 and 14h00 to 18h00.”
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Convention Center
“The Cannes Film Festival is one of the most famous international festivals in the world, celebrating both art-house and mainstream cinema. Cannes comes alive every May when the most celebrated names in the film world descend on the city. Although the festival takes place all over town in every theatre, cinema and hotel, the main concentration is on its most famous street, La Croisette.”
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Port
“Old town, Monte-Carlo, Jardin exotic, touristic train or bus, shopping center le Metropole, Michelin’s restaurants, coffee on the terrasse of cafe de Paris, roof terrasse of Nikki beach, private Beach in Larvotto district, Océanographique museum - all these things are nice to do in Monaco. ”
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Buurt
“Old Nice, AKA "Vieux Nice" is the city’s vibrant old town, with narrow cobblestone streets and pastel-hued buildings where shops sell Niçoise soaps and Provençal textiles, plus meats and cheeses. A daily market on pedestrian street Cours Saleya offers produce and flowers, and busy pubs and outdoor eateries serving specialities like socca crepes dot the area. Leafy, hilltop Parc de la Colline du Château has grand city and sea views. A city of history, culture, art, creation, events, leisure, nature, and culinary flavours, Nice combines authentic charm with the conviviality of the Mediterranean by offering a host of activities and sites to visits. Take an opportunity to visit the 20th-century collections in Nice's great museums and galleries, which house prestigious collections with contributions from Matisse, Chagall or even the famous School of Nice. Not to be missed in Nice > Museums: Chagall, Matisse, MAMAC, Beaux-Arts, Arts Asiatiques, Arts Naïfs > Vieux-Nice (old city) : especially the flower market and baroque heritage > Promenade des Anglais > Castle hill Cimiez arenas > The Belle Epoque itinerary > The Russian church ”
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Route
“Famous shopping street, with high end shops, concept stores, cafes and boutiques”
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Shopping Mall
“It's a new open-sky shopping mall, with fountains, palm trees, etc. It's a very enjoyable place for shopping.”
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Buurt
“The old town quarter of Cannes. It consists in plenty of small tiny steep streets all covered up of restaurants and shops. The atmosphere is so vivid and crowded, you will love it!”
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Road
“to go for a walk with family/loved one, to jog in the morning or just to enjoy the nice architecture of the most iconic hotels of Nice such as Negresco. Full of restaurants right by the sea... ”
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Park
“Very nice view over the city from the top of the park and the walk to get there is very nice.”
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Museum
“The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art often features an exhibit along with their permanent collection featuring Nice native Yves Klein. Niki de Saint Phalle also has a permanent collection. Do not miss the rooftop of the MAMAC for spectacular views of the city!”
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Art Museum
“Matisse spent a lot of time in this region. An very important impressionist artist, this museum is a must see. You can also buy prints of the artist’s work. Open 10am-6pm (closed on Tuesdays). Admission is 10 EUR for a ticket that’s good for 48 hours.”
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Boot of veerboot
“These twin emerald islands are only 15-min ferry ride from Cannes. They boast unspoiled nature and pristine beaches. The largest of the two islands, Île Sainte-Marguerite, harbors hidden coves, tidal pools, and beaches and several well-marked walking trails. Île Saint-Honorat is an interesting place too. It is home to the Abbaye de Lérins, where 20 Cistercian brothers live a life of solitude, tending acres of vineyards from which they make award-winning organic wines. You can easily spend an entire afternoon strolling through the monks' vineyards and olive groves. There are several great dining options on the islands, from sandwich shops to fine dining. Driving distance from Cabris: 45 min and an additional 15 min by ferry ”
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Pedestrian Plaza
“Un des marché les plus couru de la côte d'Azur! The famous marketplace of the french riviera!”
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Art Museum
“The national Marc Chagall museum was created by the artist's will to bring together in one-purpose-built place his most important biblical works: the 17 painting which make up the Biblical Message. ”
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Nature Preserve
“Massif de l’Esterel, a coastal volcanic mountain range of red-ochre rocks, is one of the most stunning natural places of the Côte d’Azur. The Massif has lots of good walking trails and is also perfect for cycling and mountain biking. Along the coast road, you can visit small towns and resorts such as Agay, with its sheltered bay and a lovely beach, Le Trayas, and Mandelieu-la-Napoule with its harbor and 14th-century castle. Driving distance from Cabris: 45 min ”
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