The French Riviera city of Cannes is a very attractive tourist resort as well as a center for professional events, particularly in the technology field. The urban modernization of Cannes protects the city’s unique architectural heritage, scenic beaches, and beautiful scenery. Sustainable development conserves natural resources while providing facilities and infrastructure to handle international events.
Due to ongoing construction projects in and around the city, it is important to keep the following in mind when you visit Cannes:
From the airport
Guest have several travel options from Nice's Cote d'Azur Airport. Whatever method you choose, book your arrival in advance.
Traveling by the inter city bus is the cheapest option, but it is not recommended. Even without traffic delays, the trip from airport to city center is long due to frequent stops.
Taxi service is convenient, but is more expensive.
Express Coaches run every thirty minutes and the trip takes about 45 minutes via the A8 motorway.
Access by road can be slow during peak times. Coastal roads are frequently packed. The bus shuttle is usually your best option for traveling from the airport.
Getting around Cannes
The city of Cannes provides visitors with world-class restaurants, luxurious shops, casinos and an exceptional nightlife, as well as museums and botanical gardens. Thanks to town planning, walking offers visitors an ideal way to experience all Cannes has to offer. Cannes combines the energy of youth and the prestige of top-level professionalism.
Cannes Rental Certification members offer rentals of apartments and villas conveniently located. In addition to lodging you near the conference center once you arrive in Cannes, CRC member agencies are happy to assist you with planning and organizing all aspects of your stay. Cannes Rentals Certification members will keep you up to date on construction projects and help you choose the best method of travel.