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Ascension weekend promises to be busy

J.Poissonnier, R.Chapelard, P.Feretti – France 2

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Tuesday, May 24, a few days before the Ascension weekend, traders, restaurants and hotels on the Côte d’Azur expect to receive people.

Moment of relaxation on the beach of Juan-les-Pins, Tuesday May 24 in the morning. Dozens of tourists are already there, two days before the Ascension weekend. “It’s mainly to avoid traffic jams, we anticipated a little bit”, explains a vacationer. Tourists are there to enjoy it after two years of pandemic.

In a restaurant on the beach, the weekend promises to be busy. “That’s excellent news”, rejoices the owner. It is also the home stretch for traders who are accelerating the final preparations. They are happy to be back to normal activity. Most hotels are also overrun by tourists. Summer promises to be busy too. In a hotel on the Côte d’Azur, the 42 rooms have already been reserved. Summer figures should be very good with the return of foreign tourists, especially Americans.


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