Antibes is small, picture -postcard, scenic seaside destination located between Cannes and Nice on the Mediterranean shore. This town has been built on the remains of the ancient trading port of Greece, Antipolis. It still has an air of the 16th century and prevails all over its narrow streets, old port and markets (vegetable and flower markets) and has been a destination for many eminent men including the 20th centuries most famous artist Pablo Picasso , Max Erns, novelist Graham Greene and Nicolas de Stael. It is also the biggest and luxurious Mediterranean harbour with provisions for over hundred yachts. It is also known hub among the musicians and music lovers, thanks to its jazz festival every summer. It has around eighty thousand inhabitants and is the second to the largest town in Cote d’Azur.
Antibes are well connected and easy to reach which makes it insanely popular among travellers all around the globe. Nice-Cote d Azur Airport is equipped with modern amenities and has two terminals. It is ideally located at around 10 miles at the north east of Juan-les-pines and 4 miles towards the south west of Nice. The airport is an extremely busy one, having around ten million passengers every year and has over 100 international services. Nice-Cote d Azur Airport can also easily reached using local transportation (both buses and taxis).However the country is best enjoyed by taking train. It would allow you to admire and appreciate the beauty at its natural best.
From London, there are regular and direct flights to Nice airport and all major airports in Britain such as Leeds, Cardiff, Bristol and Edinburg. In case of choosing to travel by train, it is best to board a direct train to Nice from St Pancras International Station (London). Travellers unanimously suggest that the best mode to travel through the place is to walk around, since all the streets are pedestrianised and all major attractions are accessible.
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