I am a French Bistro
A Coffee, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
The Tuna Tataki
Stéphane or Patrice
I am a Wine Shop and Wine Bar.
A casual early evening drink or wine for events
The Free Nibbles - Bread and Salami
I am an excellent Italian restaurant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner or even just a coffee
Laura and her team!
I am a Wine Bar and Restaurant
A casual glass of wine and a light snack
Watching life go by
A morning market for fresh produce and bits and bobs
picking up fresh fruit and flowers and having a browse around - I am not open on a Monday
The colourful scarves
I am a Restaurant and Bar
A quick lunch or dinner
Mathieu or Juan
I am a tiny wine bar
a late night drink
A good glass of wine
I am ZZZ’s favourite beauty salon
getting pampered and a fantastic manicure
The colour range
I am a little Italian
A simple dinner or take away Pizza
The goat's cheese pizza
I am an Irish Pub seconds from the Palais.
All things Irish
Catching the Rugby with a Guiness
Your passport and tickets
Any other documents
Your phone and charger
A European plug adapter
Sun tan lotion
A pack of paracetamol/ibuprofen – they’re much more expensive in France!
There are plenty of taxis ready to take you to Cannes, waiting outside the airport Terminals.
We would suggest booking in advance with VTC Nice, however you can also get an uber as soon as you’ve collected your luggage or hop into a taxi outside Nice Airport. An uber usually costs around €50 – €60 but during busier times will be surcharging or hard to find and jumping in a taxi can cost between €85 – €150. The journey will take about 30-45 minutes.
If you email Jamel at firstname.lastname@example.org with the below information he will look after you.
Name of Lead Passenger
No of Passengers
Mobile Number of Lead Passenger
Date and Day of Arrival
Time of Arrival at Airport
1 – 3 pax car – €95; 4 – 6 pax people carrier – €130; Multiple drop off – €5 per address.
Nice Airport Xpress bus – No 81- niceairportxpress.com
Nice Airport Terminal 2 to Cannes Train Station – NB The bus no longer operates from Terminal 1.
The first bus departs at 08:00 and runs at 45 min intervals thereafter, the last bus leaves the airport at 21:00.
Landing at Terminal 1 – Turn left out of the arrivals’ hall, once outside you will see the Tram stop on the right. Cross the Tram lines to the
other side and take any Tram to Terminal 2 – this takes 4 mins.
Landing at Terminal 2 – Once outside, cross the road and bear right, the bus departs from Quai (Bus Stop) 2.
Buying a ticket – Either online or at BOUTIQUE SAFE BAG – just inside the arrivals’ hall of Terminal 2 – to the left as you are coming out of arrivals. You can also pay by cash on the bus.
Cannes Train Station to Nice Airport Terminal 2 – The bus stop is directly in front of the Train Station, as you look at the Station it’s the far left-hand bus stop. The first bus leaves the station at 07:00, then departing at 45 minute intervals thereafter until the last bus departs at 19:45.
The journey takes approximately 45 minutes.
A single journey (no return tickets possible) costs 19€ if purchased from the ticket office or online or 19.40€ if purchased on board the bus.
Take Tram No.2 or 3 from the airport to the Grand Arénas station (which is free from the airport to the Train Station) It is a short walk to Nice St Augustin Station. From here you can get a train into Cannes. Tickets cost from 6.70€ depending on the day.
Landing at Terminal 1 – Turn left out of arrivals’ hall and the Tram is outside on your right. Take the platform closest to you heading right.
Landing at Terminal 2 – Turn right out of arrivals and the Tram is in front of you between Exits A2/A3 – Tram heads right.
It takes approx 30 minutes – depending on traffic, allow more at peak hours – along the A8 Autoroute.
Remember, parking in Cannes is at a premium, and often difficult to find. We suggest looking at the Parking Pantiero by the Old Port or Parking Lamy off rue d’Antibes.