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Cannery Row is the Central Coast’s premier visitor destination. Home to some of the most luxurious hotels, world-class restaurants, boutiques & galleries, spas, premium wine tasting & exciting recreation Monterey has to offer, including the best...more
All reviews lots of shops john steinbeck tourist area bubba gumps fish hopper touristy shops nice walk candy stores walk around monterey aquarium fisherman's wharf wine tasting few hours great place to visit sardines seafood stroll
cannery row is a great place to wonder around, good food, nick-knack shops and great atmosphere .When my wife and I are traveling in the area we always stop in Monterey to spend so time ...it is relaxing to be near the water nd just...More
The shops are quaint, however not that big a variety. Seems like a lot of candy stores. Very nicely set up in a row along the street. Some unique gifts, nice history markers as you go along. Since off season easy parking.
It is your typical touristy area but very nice. Waterfront area where a fishing cannery operation used to thrive. A couple in the area still do. Harbor Seals are abundant and fun to watch always. A great walking path along the harbor for us touristy...More
Every city seems to have a place like this now. Some kind of nostalgia thing I guess, but the 'renovation' that has been done has totally obscured the original use and spirit of the place. If I had know it was so full of souvenir...More
Waterfront Row in Monterey
So, bad in the day Cannery Row was a place where men packed sardines into cans and shipped them off to Dominos Pizzas around the world. Why people eat sardines on pizza is beyond me. But, I also don’t...More
I can understand why some people are put off by the touristy feel of Cannery Row but since I was a tourist I found it to be lively and fun. I loved seeing the historic buildings and making my way up one to cross Cannery...More
Response from Michael E | Reviewed this property |
There is street parking if you're lucky, and there is a parking structure. I don't think the structure would work for an RV though. The whole area is pretty congested, but you should be able to find a place on the street if... More
There is street parking if you're lucky, and there is a parking structure. I don't think the structure would work for an RV though. The whole area is pretty congested, but you should be able to find a place on the street if you don't mind walking a little. I would go early and try to beat the crowds.
There is a parking structure that fills up by midday but if you get there when he acquiring open's or before noon you should be able to find a spot. Can't remember how much it costs but it's about a quarter mile walk from... More
There is a parking structure that fills up by midday but if you get there when he acquiring open's or before noon you should be able to find a spot. Can't remember how much it costs but it's about a quarter mile walk from the parking structure to the aquarium and that takes you through part of cannery row. Otherwise street parking is hit or miss. Depending on what hotel you stay at there are plenty of great walking trails if you don't mind getting lots of steps in!