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Situations at the top of le Souquet. Rigorous woke up through the Old Town very picturesque. Museum hosts different exhibitions currently showing maritime communities in Tahiti and Polynesia generally. From historical perspective very interesting great views of Cannes.
The museum is not much interesting ,nothing special.It is located just above the old town(le suquet) and you need special effort of walking to climb up the steep hill,as there are many steps to get to the musee de la castre.Worth the effort as the...More
This is the highlight of the old town of Cannes and shares its position with the church of Notre Dame d'Esperance, a museum and a chateau with pleasant gardens. Lovely views looking down onto Cannes promenade and the marina. Walk back down through the old...More
This is a very nice but still nearby getaway from the public crowds during the festival (which was when I was in Cannes). Definitely worth exploring further since it's so beautiful. One of the most beautiful views over Cannes!
This museum has a fantastic collection of pieces from all over the world. You can normally climb the tower but at the moment they are doing renovations so the tower was closed and only four rooms were open. Still worth a visit.
My entire stay in Cannes was overshadowed by rain. I had to make the walk up to this museum in a downpour, but I can honestly say that it was worth it. A museum full of intriguing and beautiful pieces from across the ages, some...More
The museum has a unique collection of artefacts from around the world which are well worth the €6 entry fee.
In the courtyard you will find the tower and with a small climb up 109 stairs (21m) you will find breathtaking views on Cannes.
This museum is perched up on the old town, and it's a nice walk and an opportunity explore a rather diverse collection of historical treasures from around the world. The big draw for us was the view at the top of the tower, which is...More