Cannes is a precious pearl of the Cote d’Azur, where the rich and famous flock. This city, first of all, is associated with luxury, big money, social parties, trips on luxury yachts and other attributes of a beautiful life. But even in the XIX century Cannes was a simple and unremarkable fishing village.
There is a very tiny historical part in the city, bounded by the Le Suquet quarter. However, there will also be something to see for curious tourists. For entertainment, you need to go to Antibes Street and the Croisette embankment. Gourmets definitely need to go to one of the Michelin restaurants to join the haute couture cuisine. Well, for lovers of sea walks, there is a direct road to the picturesque Lerinsky Islands.