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All reviews narrow streets old town rue st antoine clock tower worth the climb restaurants and bars steep hill de la souvenir shops nice walk walk up the hustle and bustle church summit harbour towns tourists
For those of you who want to visit the historic centre of Cannes this is an absolute gem. All the Iconic features of Mediterranean small towns are here with the added quirkiness afforded by the hilltop location.
This is an excellent place for walking and exploring. Old, cobble stone streets, great views of the harbor and the Bay of Cannes, and excellent bistros for some authentic local favorites. The shopping is not as upscale as you'll find on Rue d'Antibes, but there...More
This is a picture prefect place.
The oldest part of Cannes. Located in the district Le Sequet. It was build on a 60 meter high hill roundabout the year 1030.
The narrow alleys, small restaurants are beautiful and therefore a great picture perfect place.
Le Suquet is the old quarter of Cannes, probably best known to tourists as the climbing, winding cobbled lane lined with local restaurants, Rue St Antoine. Le Suquet contains a clock tower and church that sit highfacing east overlooking the Bay of Cannes and Cannes...More