Promenade des Anglais

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The Promenade was built in the 1830s' and it stretches along the Mediterranean for seven miles. It is lined with cafes and hotels, where you can stop and enjoy some refreshments, or you can rent a blue chair and sit directly on the beach. Be sure to check a few places before deciding where to stay, as some are more expensive than others.

Commonly known as "La Prom", the area is bustling with bicyclists, skateboarders, skaters and baby strollers, especially on Sundays.

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