This fun annual Christmas market, located in the town of Antibes just outside of Cannes, is a twinkling, gingerbread-scented, ... More
This fun annual Christmas market, located in the town of Antibes just outside of Cannes, is a twinkling, gingerbread-scented, festive event. The streets of the quaint seaside city are lit up with white lights, nativity scenes, and small cottages filled with market stands, food stalls and other holiday surprises. You will find traditional food and crafts alongside contemporary items to bring home. There's even a small train for the kids to ride on free of charge. Admission is free.
This triangular square has a misleading name, for there has never been a market here, let alone one that sells
geese. In the Middle Ages, it served as a traffic junction. After being rebuilt in the 1980s, it became ...
This is probably the oldest shopping center in the world. Built by the Emperor Trajan in the 2nd Century CE,
it consisted of 150 offices and shops selling food, flowers, jewelry and wool. The finest shops were decorated with ...
On the north and east sides of Market Square you will find shops and college accommodations: to the west, there
is Great St Mary's Church , and behind it, King's College Chapel , the Old Schools and the Senate ...