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Private Tour: Monaco at Night by Minivan
"Your private tour begins by taking a lap in the minivan around the Formula One Grand Prix circuit before stopping at Casino Square where you have free time to dine (own expense) and try your luck in the Grand Casino. Entrance to the Grand Casino is and a however you may enter one of the other two casinos free of charge.Alternatively treat yourself to a delectable dessert at the Cafe de Paris and soak up the extravagance as you watch the luxury cars pull up out front.Please Note: If you wi you will need to pay EUR10 directly to the Casino you must be over 18 and you must bring your passport.""""Enjoy the glamorous atmosphere of Monaco amazing cars and beautiful people on this private night tour from Cannes or Nice. Drive along the Formula One Grand Prix circuit and visit the world famous Monte Carlo Casino."
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Small-Group Tour: Monaco and Eze Half-Day Trip
"Take a guided half-day tour of Monaco and Eze and see the best of the gorgeous French Riviera! Enjoy a scenic drive by comfortable minivan with your small group along the spectacular coastal road connecting Nice to Monaco (Middle Corniche). Located on a 400 feet (427 meters) high Eze offers breathtaking views of the French Riviera (Côte d'Azur). Enjoy a guided walking tour of the town visit its charming artisan shops and learn about the art of perfume making on a tour of the traditional Fragonard perfumery. On your journey back to Monaco drive through the beautiful village of La Turbie known as the 'Terrace of Monaco.' See the Trophy of the Alps (Trophée des Alpes) an impressive Roman monument built by Emperor Augustus
From EUR59.00
 
Small-Group Monaco and Eze Full-Day Tour
"Your full-day tour begins with pickup from your Monaco hotel in the morning by luxury 8-person minivan. Soak up views as you drive along the Mediterranean coast over Monaco Nice and Villefranche on your way to Eze. Located on a hill approximately 1400 feet (427 meters) high Eze offers breathtaking views of the Côte d'Azur.This picturesque medieval village is known for its traditional perfumery Fragonard. Take a guided tour of Fragonard to learn about the process of perfume-making an exquisite French art and enjoy browsing its charming artisan shops along the way.On your journey back to Monaco
From EUR99.00

More Things to Do in Ventimiglia

River Roya

The Roya (French), or Roia (Italian) separates the Ventimiglia on your right and the 19th century township on your left - if you are standing on the bridge looking into the sea.Birds like this river...
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Muscovite
Aug 22, 2014

Ventimiglia Alta on foot

This is how you take yourself to Ventimiaglia Alta - the Old Town on foot:1) From the railway station take the second (I think) turn to the right, look for this corner "Perfume' boutique. Don't follow...
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Muscovite
Aug 22, 2014

Support St. Michael’s church

I was going to write a full-scale story on this impressive landmark, but with the eye surgery this month and another in the nearest future I don’t know when I will get to my computer again.The...
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Muscovite
Dec 19, 2013

Ventimiglia Market Day #1

Photo Group #1Ventimiglia Market Day is FridayIf you like to shop, enjoy an adventure, like meeting new people, & appreciate finding a wonderful bargain, then the daylong open air market just...
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al_mary
Mar 07, 2013

Ventimiglia Market Day #2

Photo Group #2Ventimiglia Market Day is FridayIf you like to shop, enjoy an adventure, like meeting new people, & appreciate finding a wonderful bargain, then the daylong open air market just...
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al_mary
Mar 07, 2013

Day trip to Ventimiglia, Italy

I took the train from Nice to Ventimiglia for some shopping. I had read online that they have very nice leather goods, and also having friends with a sur name of Ventimiglia I wanted to get them some...
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laxmom3
May 31, 2011
 
 
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Hanbury Gardens Cool Escape

This is a very nice escape. If the heat is keeping you away the beach try a refreshing tour just few kilometers away, up the hill.Anatoli has a tip with a good description of Hanbury's Gardens @...
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marco2005
Apr 04, 2011

Sir Thomas Hanbury gardens - La Mortola

Sir Thomas was a ninteenth century entrepreneur who with his brother made a fortune trading in Shanghai. He visited Bordighera and fell in love with this area of the Ligurean Coast. He bought up land...
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NiceLife
Nov 23, 2005

Fine views from the old town towards France

Leave behind the market and commercial district, cross the bridge and make the ascent through narrow streets through the old town of Ventimiglia. Here from its high vantage point you can look up the...
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NiceLife
Sep 20, 2005

Bargaining with the bag men

Everywhere people walk and there is space to stand, there are the bag-men.Counterfeit goods and young men with little future in their own country make a bargain of necessity. An odd trade that...
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NiceLife
Jul 21, 2005

Even if just for the meal...

San Remo was first named Matuzia after the rich and powerful Caio Matuzio, but a legend wants for Matuzia to come from the sea & dawn godess Matuta. Today, the city is capital of the Riviera dei...
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vibi68
Jun 03, 2005

Day excursion to Dolceaqua...

It is really worth the 20 minutes drive from Ventimiglia into the countryside, to go visit with a true medieval town. A town named after one of its first owner, in Roman times: Dulcius, turned into...
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vibi68
Jun 03, 2005

The largest market of the Riviera...

Every Friday, the famous Ventimiglia's market vendors plant their tents to offer various merchandises to their faithfull clientele... as far as the eye can see, you will find clothes, household goods,...
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vibi68
Jun 03, 2005

Snails: how fresh do they need to be?

I always thought it was the French who loved snails, but it seems the Italians are quite fond of them too, if the stalls at Ventimiglia's covered market is anything to go by.Is this carrying freshness...
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NiceLife
May 11, 2005

Top Hotels in Ventimiglia

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Lungomare Trento E Trieste,67, Ventimiglia, 18039,
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Via Sottoconvento 15, Imperia, Ventimiglia, 18039, Italy
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Localita Peidaigo, 71, 18039 Ventimiglia, Italy
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Via Matteotti 8, Ventimiglia, 18039, Italy
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Via Marconi 22, Ventimiglia, 18039, Italy
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"Ventimiglia: bargain shopping in Italy"
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"Ventimiglia, Pearl of the Floral Riviera"
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"VENTIMIGLIA"
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"Ventimiglia, the Sleeping Beauty"
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