HOW TO COME IN CANNES
The A8 motorway, called "La Provençale" served Cannes with 2 exits Cannes-la-Bocca (41) and MOugins/Cannes (42), from Aix-en-Provence to the West or to the East from Italy.
The Napoléon Road connects Golfe Juan to Grenoble, through the center of Cannes (rue Bivouac Napoléon), before going to Castellane, Digne, Sisteron until Grenoble... It follows the historical road taken by Napoleon and his army at his return from Elbe Island in 1815. To learn more about the Napoleon Road, check the website: www.route-napoleon.com.
This road was called "Holidays road" for a while, et sing by Charles Trénet in 1955, the RN7 connected Paris to Menton in 996 kilometers, before to be declassed, and crossed completely the city of Cannes from West to the East along the sea. Today, this road corresponds to the departemental roads 6007 and 6098.
At 25 kilometers from Cannes by motorway. It is the second biggest airport in France with 11 millions of passengers in 2012 and more than 100 destinations proposed by 59 air companies. À 25 kilomètres de Cannes par l’autoroute.
Tel : 0820 423 333
Business airport in France (70 735 movements in 2010). To 5 minutes from the center of Cannes and the Palais des Festivals.
Avenue Francis Tonner
06150 Cannes la Bocca
Tel : 0820 426 666
The city of Cannes is well served by the TGV, Corail train and express trains which connect Cannes to the most important cities in Europe. This is a good way to discover all the stunning landscapes along the sea.
www.idtgv.com or www.voyages-sncf.com
Gare SNCF - Cannes
Place de la Gare – Rue Jean Jaures
Tél : 0820 353 535
60 regular lines, 100 school services, 250 buses, 1 800 stops and 12 millions of users per year.
For any information about lines and time schedule, please call:
0800 06 01 06 (green number) or check the website Lignes d'azur