Short Travel Guides to Antibes
Getting to Antibes:
We took the local train from Arles to Antibes, it took about 3 1/2 hours. The fare was 40 Euros per person.
Staying in Antibes:
La Place D’Antibes Hotel | Dish Our Town
We stayed at La Place Hotel D’Antibes because it received great reviews online, it looked clean and the price was very reasonable. When we arrived there in 2012, it looked just like it did online, clean, simple and stylish. The location was also great because it was walking distance to the city center, Marche Provenscal and the beach. We had a room on the 4th floor. It is a walk-up so if you have lots of luggage, be aware that you need to bring them up yourself. We lived in a walk-up in NYC, so this was not a problem for us. We also liked having some breakfast at the lounge on the ground floor.
Eating in Antibes:
Le Marche Provenscal – is a market by day and a row of restaurants by night. We ate here often during our stay because it was great to be outdoors during our meals and the dishes were all great. Don’t miss the Socca lady during the day for a fantastic snack.
L’armoise – 2 rue de la Tourraque, Antibes, 04.92.94.96.13 or 06.60.21.44.05. This tiny restaurant was such a great experience for us. Chef Laurent Parinello was so welcoming and his food was truly excellent. Even Bailey enjoyed it.
Pre-fixe menu of the day at L’armoire | Dish Our Town
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