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French Riviera Tour – Private Full Day Tour

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Private Group Up to 7 people. All ages are welcome

Spend a Full Day in the French Riviera

With this full-day private tour, you will discover the best of the French Riviera: Monaco, the world of chic, the Kingdom of sumptuous Casinos, and luxury hotels. The medieval history of the breathtaking Eze Village and the Fragonard Perfume factory. The charm of the village of La Turbie with its Trophée des Alpes and the fabulous bay of Villefranche. The famous Red Carpet Stairs of the Palais des Festivals in Cannes on Boulevard de la Croisette. The old Village of Antibes, its Provençal Market, its Museum of Picasso, and its spectacular view of the French Riviera. The Modern Art of the medieval village of St. Paul de Vence and its streets full of history where have been inspired some of the greatest artists such as Picasso, Matisse, and Chagall.

Discover the “perched” village of Eze (a town on the top of a medieval fortified relief) with its medieval history, its exotic gardens, and its incredible panoramic view! Then, discover the famous Perfume Fragonard with a private tour that is indeed full of fascinating tales!
Discover the statue of Emperor Augustus, also called the Trophy of the Alps of the village of La Turbie and the magnificent view from the heights of the Great Corniche. Finally, you will be entitled to the most beautiful view of the Côte d’Azur from the “Dog’s Head,” a place known only to the premises in which we keep the secret.

Discover the Prince’s Palace of the Principality of Monaco, located on a rock in the open sea, unimaginable beauty. Attend the Changing of the Guards of the Prince every day at 11:55. Visit the Cathedral St. Nicholas, where Princess Grace Kelly is buried. Then, drive on the circuit of Monaco’s famous Formula 1 Grand Prix. Finally, be dazzled by Monte Carlo Square with its famous Casino, Hotels, Michelin-starred restaurants, and it’s luxury boutiques.

Discover Villefranche, the prestigious city and land of retirees from around the world, to enjoy the perfect setting, between culture, sea, tradition, security, and the dream panoramic view, surrounded by Cap Ferrat (or “the Bay of Billionaires”) and Nice. Villefranche houses many residences and villas, including “Leopolda,” the most expensive property in the world on sale for 500 million euros.

Discover Cannes, the third-largest city on the French Riviera and one of the most famous cities in the world. Prestigious town and land of people from all over the world to enjoy the ideal setting, between culture, sea, and dream panoramic views. Cannes and its famous Boulevard de la Croisette, attracts millions of tourists. Every year in May, the Film Festival brings together the most prominent celebrities from around the world. The Lérins Islands consists of two main islands: the largest, Sainte-Marguerite, famous for its fort which would have housed the Man with the Iron Mask, and the second, less extensive, the Saint-Honorat Island, known for its monastery.

Discover Antibes, this small village full of fantastic stories! The famous Provencal market with all kinds of fresh and local food products, berries, and exotic fruits! Picasso spent a few months in Grimaldi Castle in 1946, which later became Picasso’s museum. The Fort Carré built in the sixteenth century overlooks Antibes, it is there that was imprisoned and almost shot by Robespierre, Napoleon. The “Fort Carré” is the first rampart with stone absorbing the shock of bullets built against the attacks of pirates. An invention of General Vauban whose port bears the name: Port de Vauban, known for its billionaire’s dock, with the largest and most luxurious yachts of the world.

Between Antibes and Juan Les Pins, discover the magnificent Cap d’Antibes immortalized by the American writer Fitzgerald. It extends in the sea over 4km. Known for its luxury villas, peaceful life, beautiful beaches, and 5-star hotels, Cap d’Antibes has a nickname: Billionaires Bay.

Discover the village of St. Paul de Vence, the city of art, with its narrow streets of medieval times filled with history. A source of inspiration for some of the greatest artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Cocteau, and Chagall. Picasso said that in a crisis of artistic inspiration, he came to stay there. A place of charm, blinding landscapes, and bright colors. The artists stayed most of the time at the Colombe d’Or, very famous today, and for lack of finances, paid their stay with their paintings. That is where we still find the original works of these artists!

This is a private tour with a private tour guide, limited to a single booking of up to 7 people.