Nice, French Riviera
Nice is a city that deserves more credit than travelers give. Take your route climbing Castle Hill, where the old citadel is located. Travelers who want to delve into the history of the artists who have called this region home can follow the Painters Trail, a route marked by 90 lecterns with replicas of works of art placed in the same place where they were painted.
When to go to French Riviera?
The Côte d'Azur is protected by rolling hills in the west and the Mercantour Alps in the north-west, which means a mild Mediterranean climate all year round. Expect almost 300 days of sunshine, with stretches of rain around the months of March and April, as well as October and November. June and September are some of the best months to visit the region, while July and August are the height of the season. Tourists lay the beaches in the summer months, making it harder to enjoy beach beds and dinner reservations.
Planning to Visit Monaco?
Bordered by France on three sides, the small principality of Monaco is a bastion of glamor and glamor. Although it is typically known as a playground for the ultra-rich, anyone traveling with us can still have fun here. Excursions to majestic sites such as the Palace of the Princes, Fort Antoine and the Monaco Cathedral are pleasant and will not break the bank. Become green with envy, watching the luxury yachts of the harbor, and then score your trip with a twist on the Monte Carlo casino.
Some of our scripts:
- Car Ride on the French Riviera
- Itinerary on the Côte d'Azur
- Tour to Cannes with a Brazilian guide driver
- Tour to Monaco with Brazilian guide driver
- Nice tour with Brazilian guide driver