Cannes, France

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Movie stars, motor yachts, the crush of paparazzi on the Croisette - such are the images of Cannes and its legendary film festival. But this gracious city with its palm-lined boulevard dividing divine beaches from chic cafés and nightclubs is also your gateway to Monaco and Monte Carlo, Nice and St. Tropez. For centuries this former Roman camp - the Castrum de Canios - was nothing more than a sleepy port. Then in 1834, the British Lord Brougham interrupted his travels to Italy to take shelter from a cholera outbreak. He fell in love with the stunning coast, built a villa and voila! Two centuries later, the town remains synonymous with glamour, luxury and a sybaritic lifestyle.

Note: Cannes is an anchorage port, passengers transfer to shore via ship's tender.

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  • St. Nicholas Cathedral St. Nicholas Cathedral

    This 1875 church was built on the site of a 13th-century church. Located in the heart of the old city, it's the final resting place of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier of Monaco.

  • Prince's Palace and Old Monaco Prince's Palace and Old Monaco

    Home to the Prince, the palace began as a fortress built by the Genoese in 1215. Visit the Throne Room, which has hosted important ceremonies since the 16th century, and the ornate state apartments.

  • Oceanographic Museum and Exotic Garden, Old Monaco Oceanographic Museum and Exotic Garden, Old Monaco

    Jacques-Yves Cousteau was the director for many years of this spectacular sea museum. Then, visit this unique garden located along the side of a cliff featuring thousand species of succulent plants.

  • Monte Carlo and Casino Monte Carlo and Casino

    Monte Carlo is one of the world's supreme spots for people watching. You'll visit the legendary Casino designed by Charles Garnier in 1878 and offers the atmosphere you'd expect in a James Bond film.

  • Nice Nice

    This jewel of the French Rivera hosts stunning sites such as the Matisse Museum established by Matisse himself, and the Promenade des Anglais that hugs the bay and is perfect for people-watching.

  • Cannes Cannes

    Cannes' motto is "Life is a festival." Enjoy its lively nightlife, luxurious beaches, and old quarter (Le Suquet) probably best known as the climbing, winding cobbled lane lined with charming local restaurants.

  • St. Paul de Vence St. Paul de Vence

    This beautiful fortified village is one of the most intact medieval examples of the region. Lose yourself in the maze of charming streets, flowering gardens, shady squares, art galleries and ancient fountains.

  • St. Tropez St. Tropez

    The old port's pink and tan houses glow in the sun and luxury yachts lay moored in the harbor in one of the most beautiful bays on the Mediterranean. Brigitte Bardot made Saint-Tropez internationally known after arriving to film "And God Created Woman" in 1956.

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