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Small-Group Half-Day Tour to Eze and Monaco-Monte Carlo from Nice
"Your driver will come to pick up you from your hotel or you chosen place in Nice between 8:40 and 9am. You will begin the adventure when you will stop on the ""Moyenne Corniche"" for 15 minutes to enjoy the panoramic view for the Villefranche-sur your Driver-Guide will take you to visit to the medieval village of Eze you will admire the splendid panorama and discover the secrets of perfume with a free guided visit to the Fragonard perfume factory.You next stop will be the unforgettable Principality of Monaco where you will have the time to see the old town the cathedral the palace and the changing of the guards. Then drive along the Formula 1 track to luxurious Monte Carlo with its famous Casino and high-end boutiques. You will have a free time to enjoy your lunch in one of the many wonderful restaurants of Monaco before being dropped off back at your hotel or a chosen place in Nice at 1:30 p.m."""
From EUR49.00
Private Full-Day French Riviera Sightseeing Tour from Nice
"You will start your pleasant sightseeing tour with a pick-up from your hotel or any other specified place.Your first visit will be the city of Cannes. Renowned for its beautiful sandy beaches and its walk: La Croisette. Here you will find exclusi cafes. Become a celebrity over a day pose on the red carpet at the Cannes pride Le Palais de Festival the film.Your journey continues on the beautiful coastal road to Antibes. Once there you are greeted by one of the world's most renowned boat harbor Port Vauban. Here you will find everything from small boats to some of the largest yachts ever built. Antibes is surrounded by a huge wall inside
From EUR500.00
"Private Tour: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour of Eze
"Private Tour: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour of Eze Monaco and Monte-Carlo from Nice""You will start your pleasant sightseeing tour with a pick-up from your hotel or any other specified place.You will admire very beautiful views along the coast road to Eze. It is one of so many medieval villages in France but this time high up on a hill. It is so beautiful here the small winding streets without cars but with many cafes restaurants and shops. At the top of the hill you will find the ruins of an old castle and a beautiful exotic garden. On the way down admire arts and if you want
From EUR360.00

Jardins de Sainte-Martin

On the south side of the old town, overlooking the Mediterranean and the beautiful Port Fontvielle are the Gardens of Saint Martin. Here you have serene walks through shady trees which occasionally...
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Walk around the Principality

You can walk up into the Principality and see the changing of the gaurd (12.00) ther are various shops from tourist shops to the I cant afford shops.
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Walking around Monaco is fun and because the fort and the castle is on a hill is also a good aerobic exercise.
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Exotic Garden - Jardin Exotique

Built on the side of a rock, these gardens are known for their cactus collection. They were begun by Prince Albert I, who was a naturalist and scientist. He spotted some succulents growing in the...
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Unfortunately, when I visited it was not possible to go into the Prince's Palace and State Apartments, to give them their full title. They are open every day from June to September from 0930 to 1800...
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Monaco Cathedral

Built in 1875 using white stone from La Turbie, the present-day Cathedral stands on the site of a 13th century church dedicated to Saint Nicolas and houses the tombs of the former Princes of Monaco....
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The Oceanography Museum

This museum was founded in 1910 by Albert I, the great grandfather of the present prince. In the main rotunda is a statue of Albert in his favourite costume - that of a sea captain. Displayed are...
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Prince Ranier statue

As you climb up the hill to the prince's palace you will pass a statue of Prince Rainier III. He was born in Monaco in 1923 and died in 2005. He ruled the Principality of Monaco for almost 56 years....
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We were walking through the residential area above Larvotto Beach while gazing down on it. As it was winter and a slightly overcast day, it was not busy. However, I am sure it would be in the summer...
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