St-Paul-de-Vence Travel Guide
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- St-Paul-de-VenceOct 08, 2013
Was so impressed with the beauty of the streets inside the walls! Quite a few streets were absolutely breath taking! Found quite a few nice shops to buy things but there are some that are very pricey. I would go back here for sure if I'm ever in the area again! Oct. 2013, just returned from here agin...still same beautiful village as before!!!
- St-Paul-de-VenceMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury TravelersHistory BuffsAug 26, 2013
A gem of a medieval village roughly midway between Nice and Cannes and easily reached by excellent and frequent bus connections from either. You can navigate the village's winding streets and many shops and restaurants in a couple of hours or so and the real draw here is La Colombe d'Or (see separate review). I often fly out on day trips from London to this part of France and can head to Saint Paul for lunch (bus 400 direct from the airport), on to Cannes for an afternoon stroll on La Croisette and then be back at the airport for my evening flight home.
- St-Paul-de-VenceMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5Jul 04, 2012
St Paul is a beautiful old town near Nice. It is surprisingly easy and agreeable to while away an afternoon by strolling thru the alleys and sitting in cafes watching people or just enjoying coffee. Worth an excursion. On the many times I have visited here I have not managed to tear myself away from the atmosphere to visit the nearby Fondation (Art Museum) which I hear is great as well.
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