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Home of the International Film Festival, Cannes is synonymous with celebrity, sophistication and a joie de vivre. Cosmopolitan Cannes, however, is not just a pretty resort face. It has much more to offer; more than 60 museums, monuments and gardens to visit, and a wide array of watersports along its famous beaches. Even if you don’t buy anything, you'll want to window-shop its ultra-chic stores, favored by the rich and famous. Do peruse the Forville fruit, vegetable and fish market if only to inhale its riches.
A French star among the many resorts, Nice is one of the oldest cities in France. Its casinos and resort facilities give the capital of the Cote d’ Azur an air of sophistication, but also an old world charm that bears a strong Italian influence. Walk amid its open-air markets on small winding streets, particularly the flower market, if only to take in the lavender fragrances for which the region is known. Taste a beignet and hop a trolley that rolls past the pastel-colored buildings of Old Nice. You’ll understand why artists such as Matisse and Chagall chose to live and paint here.
Europe’s most glamorous cosmopolitan city is also one of the most romantic cities in the world. Few cities have the ability to excite and seduce its visitors as Paris does. The City of Lights may seem daunting but regardless, you will immediately become mesmerized and fall in love. Take a romantic stroll along the Champs-Elysees or the Seine River, spend a lazy afternoon in a Parisian cafe, or take a tour of The Louvre, the world’s largest palace and museum and home to the greatest art collections in the world. Other must-sees include the omnipresent Eiffel Tower, the elegant Jardin des Tuileries and the Jardin du Luxembourg, the sophisticated shops and the stylish residents.
Aix En Provence
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