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Moving around Cannes

Make the city both enjoyable and accessible, a difficult equation for a municipality. A major tourist destination, Cannes has set up a public transport network with numerous bus lines that allow travel to Cannes and neighboring towns. The fans of the car will find a taxi, major rental companies and many parking areas. Yet pedestrians are best equipped to explore the city and go shopping. And to explore the coastline, the boat.

Public transport
The Palm Bus network includes 30 regular lines, 6 on-demand lines and 4 night lines. A City Palm shuttle, especially for visitors, connects the City Hall and the SNCF train station, passing by the Croisette. Carried out by a blue line on the road, the route is free for Palm Bus subscribers, as well as on presentation of proof of parking in one of the city center car parks.
The Palm Express network, recognizable by its cladding of blue palms, links Cannes to Mandelieu-La Napoule and Le Cannet, as well as Mougins and Théoule-sur-mer by connections.

Taxi or rental car
The big names in car rental are all represented in Cannes: Sixt, Europcar, Budget, Hertz, Avis France, Locauto, ... but also Wills for prestige cars that conventional renters do not offer. If you are looking for security, use taxis: more than 150 official taxis of the city of Cannes.

Parking areas
Who says vehicle in town says problem to park. Cannes has several parking areas in various parts of the city. 9,200 spaces are available, including 7,000 in underground car parks. 2,320 places are for two-wheelers. In the 5 car parks in the city center, the first hour of parking is free.

Pedestrian zone
The car is unwelcome in historical and tourist centers. Cannes has opened two pedestrian zones: the Hoche district and the Forville market perimeter with Meynadier street. Only local residents and professionals with a badge can access these two busy shopping centers, the main shopping areas of Cannes.

Boats
4 companies share the maritime transport market: Horizon, Riviera Lines, Trans Côte d'Azur and Planaria. The first three provide the link to Île Sainte-Marguerite. Trans Côte d'Azur also offers boat trips to explore the Corniche d'Or, Monaco and Saint-Tropez. Only the company Planaria, owner of the monks, serves Île Saint-Honorat.

Tourist coaches
Tourist coaches must park at the Quai Laubeuf car park, in the extension of the Old port.

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