Great varieties for shopping, different, a bit long though, and u need to keep walking to discover the many varieties.
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This is a great place to do some shopping, if that is your interest. Many stores have various offerings. This is no Champs d'Elysee, but it has many designer shops nearby as well.
Banal street with the shops that we see everywhere. The few art galleries exhibit a commercial painting for wealthy tourists. No interest. take a stroll on the Croisette for the landscape or to the market for a Provencal atmosphere.
There are some excellent large shops here, it's busy with people and traffic a lot of the time, but that's part of the fun. A couple of blocks towards the sea and you're into serious designer stores but most of the shops here are verging...More
Rue d`Antibes is a fantastically two miles street with reasonable prices compared to La Croisette but higher prices compared to Rue Meynadier. A large selection of boutique shops as well as a few big names, there are also a lot of affordable stores and some...More
In that road you can find a lot of good shops. There is many high quality brand shops and also few restaurants and cafes.
I read great reviews about this street but was really disappointed, maybe it was because we went on a Sunday and everything was closed. I expected more markets and tourist stores but its all high end designer stores. I wouldnt waste my time going to...More