Take the French Riviera Quiz

Find out more about the French Riviera on the blog… Who knows: you might get some answers for the quiz! ... lire plus !

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The French Riviera or Côte d’Azur: A discovery guide

For many French people, the French Riviera (or Côte d’Azur) is synonymous with summer holidays. Between mountains and the sea, the French Riviera offers a stunning variety of ... lire plus !

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What to see in Nice when cruising the French Riviera

There are many good reasons why you should start (or finish) a cruise in Nice. The vibrant French town is ideally situated on the Mediterranean seafront with the Maritime Alps ... lire plus !

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Nice Carnival: A Discovery Guide

If there is a festival worth mentioning in the South of France, I couldn’t miss the Nice Carnival. It is the largest event organised on the French Riviera. ... lire plus !

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Corniche Roads of the French Riviera

The Corniche Roads of the French Riviera consist of three routes following the mountainous stretch from Nice to Menton. The Corniche offers dramatic coastal views which can be discovered by ... lire plus !

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Facts and Figures about Monaco

The Principality of Monaco is full of interesting facts and figures. Check this out…   Facts and figures about Monaco – Geography General View of the Principality of ... lire plus !

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Discover the Principality of Monaco

Enjoying over 300 days of sunshine a year, the most glamorous destination on the Mediterranean looks like nowhere else on the French Riviera. The Principality of Monaco is ... lire plus !

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Rocher de Monaco (Rock of Monaco)

The oldest part of the Principality of Monaco is Le Rocher, a rocky promontory between Monaco’s port and the Fontvieille district. The old town is the only part ... lire plus !

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Monte-Carlo, Monaco

Monte-Carlo (sometimes called Monte-Carle in French) is arguably the most famous district of the Principality of Monaco due to the presence of the casino.   Monte-Carlo, history of ... lire plus !

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Prince’s Palace of Monaco

Situated on a rocky promontory, the Prince’s Palace of Monaco (Palais Princier) is the official residence of the ruling Prince of Monaco: Prince Albert II (born 1958) and has ... lire plus !

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