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With Cannes tours and activities, discover the legendary seaside resort with handpicked tour operators and see its top attractions. Boasting all the glitz and glamour of the French Riviera, the gorgeous town is all about private beaches, marinas filled with luxury yachts, stylish boulevards, elegant Belle Epoque hotels, and fashionable restaurants. The mild Mediterranean climate, leafy palm trees, the graceful streets and the ubiquitous flowers of Cannes give you a feeling of being in paradise. Cannes has been hosting the prestigious Film Festival of Cannes since 1946, drawing movie stars, film industry veterans and fans from across the world with its annual red-carpet gala that has earned an international reputation for promoting the art of filmmaking. Book top-rated Cannes tours and things to do in Cannes on isango! at the best prices and enjoy a dream French Riviera visit at the best rates.
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Our tips for Cannes

  • If traveling out of town, use the buses. Ask at the bus stations for the cheapest options. Sometimes, you can save more than 30% on a book of 10 tickets and a return ticket might cost lesser than two singles. Bus tickets need to be bought in advance at the kiosks within opening hours (usually 9am to 5pm).
  • Visit the beaches of Plage du Midi, Plage de la Bocca and Palm Beach, which are a favorite for the locals. The beaches might get quite crowded in the summers, but head out to the empty rocks and spread out your towel for some privacy. 
  • Just outside of Cannes, there’s a picturesque 200-acre national park called La Croix-des-Gardes, ideal for hiking and picnics. If looking to visit attractions outside the town, this one’s an absolute must-do.

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Best time to visit

Even though Cannes can be visited at any time of the year, the best time to visit is ideally from March to May, before the annual film festival and the peak tourist season and hot weather.

Getting around

Buses, trams and Regional Express Train, or TER, connect major coastal cities throughout the Riviera, from Fréjus to Ventimiglia, the first town over the Italian border. Cannes is best explored on foot. But you can also rent a bike for ease and convenience of travel. If you’re looking for a hassle-free experience, book a tour that includes roundtrip transportation and hotel transfers.

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