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We just returned from southern France and had the opportunity to visit many cities and towns from Lyon to Cannes. Of course every town has its own old town area. We decided Antibes was our favorite. It's small and charming and the farmers market at...More
We only spent half a day in Antibes but it was a great place to wander around the old town with plenty of shops, cafes and nice architecture to enjoy. We sat at a cafe with tables set up in the street and enjoyed some...More
Arrived by train from Nice to be greeted with beautiful harbour en route to the Old Town, passed by the Antibes Big Wheel, visited the gorgeous white sandy beaches then entered the Old Town - very quaint and surprisingly chic with plenty of historic character....More
We’d planned to go to Antibes by train and despite the rain still went. The view from the train wasn’t great due to the torrential rain and we got a bit wet walking from the train to the old town. It wasn’t far and easy...More
We took the 200 bus from Nice... if you take it before 9:30, it’s not too busy. You catch it by the tourist info office by the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. It’s a bargain at 1.5 euros! Sit on the driver's side, and you...More