Monaco & French Riviera Summer Itinerary Suggestions 2014
Day 1 - Arrival at Nice Airport (or agreed alternative point of arrival)
Private transfer By:
Day 1. Monaco Monte Carlo
With pleasure we suggest a wonderful day in the most beautiful city in the world a planned day
visiting 7 main attractions, which are our personal favorites.
1. Place du Palais
Feel the experience of visiting the most famous royal residence in Monaco, where Prince Rainier III and his son
Prince Albert made their home. Exhibition of legendary Grimaldi family palace with classical elegance
featuring a neat structure. Be sure to visit this palace just before noon when the guard changes occur. Then,
you can join a tour to see some of the rooms in the palace. The palace is open daily from 9:30 to 18:30 pm local
2. Cathedral of Monaco
To honor women who are most beloved by royalty, you can visit the church where Princess Grace was buried in
peace. Died in the a car accident in 1982, according to the standards of a princess is quite simple grave, marked
only by names and titles and are always surrounded by flowers. This place is located at 4 rue de Castro
Bellando Colonel in Monte-Ville.
3. Museum of Napoleon souvenirs and historical archive collections court
Located in the south wing of the palace, this museum is a mixture of historical artifacts, documents and relics
of the great Emperor. Arranged in a pattern that is easy to follow, you will see objects from one of Napoleon's
dressing gown at the age of children up to the bronze death mask. The museum is open from 9:30 to 18:00
4. Flower Garden of Princess Grace
As a dedication to the princess, just two years after her death, the flower garden was established. This park
offers beautiful flower arrangements with thousands of roses in a smooth and well maintained. You can drop in
for a moment to draw breath, read books, or just enjoy the aroma of nature here. The park is located in
Fontieiville and open from sunrise to sunset, year-round.
5. Monte-Carlo casino
If you like gambling then you should try your luck at the casino the most famous in the world. Monte-Carlo has
a spacious and complete with slot machines and table games at affordable prices. If you want to blend in with
the High-rollers, there are private rooms available, of course, with higher costs. If not, go alone to see the
beautiful marble and onyx atrium, or walk across the road to a public park that features contemporary art.
6. Oceanographic museum and aquarium
You can admire and feel the atmosphere of fun with a collection of more than 4,000 fish and marine life to see
history through films, displays and exhibits in this famous attraction. This is a great place to bring your
children to see education in nature plus enjoy a pleasant restaurant with spectacular views. Museum and
aquarium is located in Saint-Martin road and is open daily from 9:30 to 19:00 am local time
7. Le Metropole Shopping Center
If you are a passionate shopper, you'll feel right at home in glitzy malls that offer fashion, gifts, entertainment
and food. You can browse through books and CDs at FNAC, selecting the most coveted cigars in the Davidoff,
finding a brilliant Italian jewelry in Pomellato or a delicious example of Godiva chocolate at Blue Shop. This
shopping area is located at 17 Avenue des Spelugues
Day 2. Villefranche-sur-Mer, France
Colorful romantic exciting and fun yet a great city for a special day! This place is even more gorgeous than the
people, and everybody knows the people are très beau. Artists, including Matisse, Picasso, Léger, Cocteau, and
Renoir, were all drawn to the area's natural beauty, and today numerous museums here are devoted to their
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Good for: Romance, Bar scene, Doing business, Special occasions, Entertaining clients
Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations, Late Night
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Day 3. St. Paul-de-Vence a picturesque little hilltop oldest medieval village, just a bus ride away
from Nice , on the French Riviera.. This village is known for it's fountains and amazing art
gallery's also great boutique, lovely cafe's for taking in a light lunch while taking in the sites..
We highly recommend taking the time and visit this incredible village.. Tuesday & Thursday;s is
when they have there open market where the possibilities are endless...
Day 3. Biot known for there Blown Glass Start the tour at the Ecomuseum which tells the story and
secrets of glass making. Meet with the glass blowers, in their workshops, at the foot of the village
or in the historic centre. Some of them still produce glass in the classic style ...
Day 4. Antibes, Grasse, Grodon,
Antibes it's a majestic Port Village with amazing places to visit and explore see some of the largest Yachts great
restaurants, shopping, and Musée Picasso Art Gallery and more... while in the area we also suggest to visiting
Touring la Côte d'Azur is one of my favourite occupations during the summer months. This summer I visited
the world's capital of perfume, Grasse.
Le Nid d'Aigle, Gourdon, France. Feast for the eyes ... and the food's not bad at Le Nid d'Aigle in the Alpes-
Cannes’ real charm lies elsewhere – on the mystic Lerin Islands, on the food-scent laden Rue d’Antibes and the
old world atmosphere of Le Suquet. Move away from the glitzy promenade, and you’ll find the true heart of