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Best things to do in Alpes-Maritimes

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“For the Kids Marine Park, (Dolphins/ Whales/Sea lions etc) Water Park flumes, wave pool (Aquasplash) Crazy Golf ”
286 locals recommend
Convention Center
“Opened in 1982, the Palais des Festivals is the venue for the world famous Cannes Film Festival. The building is located at the top of the Boulevard de la Croisette, east of the port. Do not miss climbing its famous stairs -the best way to feel like a true Hollywood superstar!”
312 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The musée Picasso is situated in le château Grimaldi, place Mariejol, in Antibes. The artist Picasso lived and worked there until 1946. Closed on monday, the rest of the week visits are from 10h00 to 12h00 and 14h00 to 18h00.”
203 locals recommend
“This is the ‘old town’. Below the hill of the main city lies a maze of streets and tight alleyways, lined with amazing architecture. There are many boutiques here, as well as, the Cours Saleya—a daily fruit and flower market.”
377 locals recommend
“Very nice view over the city from the top of the park and the walk to get there is very nice.”
261 locals recommend
“Famous shopping street, with high end shops, concept stores, cafes and boutiques”
204 locals recommend
“The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art often features an exhibit along with their permanent collection featuring Nice native Yves Klein. Niki de Saint Phalle also has a permanent collection. Do not miss the rooftop of the MAMAC for spectacular views of the city!”
238 locals recommend
“to go for a walk with family/loved one, to jog in the morning or just to enjoy the nice architecture of the most iconic hotels of Nice such as Negresco. Full of restaurants right by the sea... ”
252 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Matisse spent a lot of time in this region. An very important impressionist artist, this museum is a must see. You can also buy prints of the artist’s work. Open 10am-6pm (closed on Tuesdays). Admission is 10 EUR for a ticket that’s good for 48 hours.”
184 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“It's a new open-sky shopping mall, with fountains, palm trees, etc. It's a very enjoyable place for shopping.”
182 locals recommend
“Old town Cannes, with cobbled streets and plenty of traditional restaurants. This is the perfect place to wonder the streets and see what you can find. ”
235 locals recommend
“Climb to the Prince’s palace for nice views and then walk along the port to Monte Carlo casino ”
170 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Cap 3000 is a beautiful shopping mall. It's not open sky as the Polygone Riviera, but there are nice terraces and restaurants in front the beach. ”
88 locals recommend
“Des ballades accessibles en poussettes. Des panoramas d'exception oscillant entre vue mer, plateaux calcaires, montagnes majestueuses, belvédère sur l'arc alpin. Et des animaux ! Marotte, chamois, cerf, aigle royal, gypaète barbu... / Walk accessible with children in carriages or strollers, and elderly people. Amazing sea views, limestone plateau, awe-inspiring mountain peaks, view points and animals ! Groundhog, chamois, deer, golden eagle, bearded vulture... ”
92 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Very nice collection, museum well laid out in a nice park, only a few steps from the house. ACCESS AND OPENING TIMES opening hours: every day except tuesday from 10am to 6pm prices: €10, €8 concession, ”
150 locals recommend
“Super interesting museum about underwater world for all ages. Highly recommended. ”
100 locals recommend