Why do tourist offices always seem to be closed when tourists are around, like on a Sunday?? This one was no different of course. When we returned on the Monday, there was very little information to be picked up, you had to queue and ask for information, which was fine if you knew what you wanted. Very often though, especially when visiting a new area, you don't really know what you're interested in until you see it in front of you. Nevertheless, when I did get to the front of the queue and asked where I had to go to get discount tickets for the public transport, the young man on the desk was very helpful. I asked if he had a map of Cannes and he said yes and gave it to me. I then thought it would be good to have one of Monaco and that was supplied as well. Later on, I realised it would also have been nice to have had maps of a few other towns but I didn't know to ask for them at the time and they weren't offered. The same applied to bus timetables - I got the ones I asked for, but there were no suggestions of others I might find useful. And of course if you don't ask all your questions while you're at the desk then you have to queue up all over again - which I chose not to do. Overall, I felt this was an average office only that didn't go out of its way to welcome you to their city.
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