French Riviera Full Day
Eze – Monaco – Monte-Carlo – Cannes – Antibes – St Paul de Vence
Departure – 09.00 / Duration – 9 hours
Price – 95 €/pax
Discover Nice – the flagship city of Côte d’Azur. Elegant and popular at the same time, Nice has its Mediterranean charm where you can admire the famous Promenade des Anglais, always impeccably flowered, running along the curve of the Baie des Anges (Bay of the Angels), with the numerous beaches on one side and luxurious hotels on other one, including the famous Negresco. Nice is also a city of arts and culture, lively day and night.
Eze is one of the most picturesque villages on the Côte d’Azur perched as an eagle’s nest on top of an imposing and beautiful cliff. You will also have the opportunity to visit the famous perfumery Fragonard.
Discover Monaco, an unquestionably privileged site. You will be dazzled and amazed at each of your steps, in the heart of the City of Princes. From the Old Town, a real open-air museum, to the Place du Casino, unique in the world, discover the History of Grimaldi. Enjoy the ceremony of changing the Prince guard. You can also admire the breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea.
This true little paradise remains one of the high places of the international jet-set and the biggest celebrities, it is also the favorite meeting of the terrible paparrazzis!! Discover the famous casino square and its luxury boutiques, and a legendary Formula I circuit.
Tout à la fois ville-musée, ville-spectacle et ville-novatrice, Antibes mélange avec aisance ses contrastes et ses multiples facettes.
Cette ville entre mer et montagne possède toutes les qualités d’une cité où il fait bon vivre. Profitez de la balade dans la vieille ville, découvrez le marché provençal. Profitez également de belles plages de sable.
Cannes, an elegant city of world renown. The luminous city of glamor is home to the most recognized film festival in the world. You will stroll on the Croisette, a mythical place where movie stars have been get together for more than 60 years.
St Paul is certainly one of the most beautiful villages in Provence. Walking through the picturesque little streets of the village, you will discover magnificent stone facades of the XVI and XVIII centuries. From the ramparts, you will have superb views of the surrounding hills, the French Riviera and the sea of course. Saint-Paul de Vence is also recognized for its cultural and artistic note. As you walk through the streets, you will notice that art is very present here, through many workshops or galleries.