Fascinating Cannes – Private Walking Tour
Come along with us as we take you on a tour of Cinema and fill you in on its fascinating history, which begins with a little fishing hamlet and finally culminates in the metamorphosis of Cinema into a metropolis that is recognized all over the world. Discover the artists and legends who made the city renowned, and revel in the southern charm of the market, old town, and cafes that have just undergone renovations to get a taste of the glitz and glamour that the South has to offer. In the course of your stroll along the most famous streets of la Croisette, you should get ready to race up the Festival steps.
- Explore the Palais des Festivals, a symbol of cinematic grandeur.
- Stroll along La Croisette, where the glitz of cinema.
- Immerse yourself in the vibrant Marché Forville, a tapestry of Cannes.
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
Quai Saint Pierre
Buildings of three and four stories in the Italian style lean up against the Suquet hill, which provides a scenic backdrop to the quay. Along the Old Port side of a two-lane road and a large walkway, a row of restaurants extend their terraces onto a wide sidewalk-promenade lined with palm trees at the base of the buildings.
Rue Du Suquet
When people think of Cannes, they often think of the hilly, meandering, cobblestone street lined with local eateries on Rue St. Antoine, which is located in Le Suquet, the ancient town.
Located at the district's lowest point, Marché Forville is a top-notch covered market on the Riviera. Within the market's expansive premises is a section devoted to fragrant flowers.
Horses and carriages have been using the Rue Meynadier since the 16th century. Today, only pedestrians use it, and they do so to follow their whims down a bustling retail street where the butcher sits next to the cheesemaker and the fashion boutiques are surrounded by the local products. Give in to its allure and let yourself be charmed by the locations that will lead you directly to the Suquet.
Rue Félix Faure
The Allées de la Liberté are situated in the very center of the city, at the foot of the city's historic area, between the recently refurbished Cours Félix Faure and the Pantiero promenade. They represent the inseparable marriage of the city's local origins and its openness to the world.
Palais des Festival
A convention center in Cannes, France, the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès hosts the Cannes Film Festival, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, and the NRJ Music Award.
La Croisette is an iconic beachfront boardwalk in Cannes, and the beach that runs along it is a long, public expanse of sand.
Our tour guide will be waiting in front of Quai Saint Pierre, Quai Max Laubeuf, 06400 Cannes, France See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.