Visit the Côte d'Azur with A la Française!
10:00 am: Meet your English-speaking guide, a professional with a passion for their region, its history and culture, who will accompany you throughout the day in a friendly atmosphere.
Enjoy a walking tour in Nice with a visit of the Cours Saleya Market, also called Flower market, the old town’s alleyways, the lively squares and the iconic Promenade des Anglais.
Learn more about the local language ‘Nissart’, Nice’s history and the Italian influence on the Côte d'Azur.
To finish your morning, you will sample a local specialty, such as olive oil or another regional product according to the time of the year.
12.30pm: Your walking tour will come to an end and give you time to enjoy a quick 30 minutes lunch break in Nice.
1:00pm: Step aboard our air-conditioned minibus and embark for a memorable tour of Monaco, Monte Carlo and Eze with our local and passionate guide.
Start your afternoon with panoramic views across Nice, the Bay of Angels, the Bay of Villefranche and Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, before heading off along the famous coastal road.
In Eze, enjoy a guided visit of the Fragonard perfume factory before going up to this unique medieval perched village to learn all about its history. Then you will have free time to discover the Exotic Garden at the summit of the village (4€ entrance, not included).
Get some incredible shots across Monaco and its surroundings from the village of La Turbie’s viewpoint!
Time to head to the Principality of Monaco and delight in the special treat of being dropped off directly on Le Rocher. Visit the Neo-Romanesque Cathedrale where Grace Kelly lies and stroll through the old town of Monaco and the Prince’s Palace Square.
Experience the Grand Prix Formula 1 circuit...from the comfort of our minibus.
Sample first-hand the luxury of Monte Carlo, its Grand Casino and its Hotel de Paris before heading back to Nice.
7pm: Arrival in Nice
>There is a risk of heavy traffic during the high season. Our local driver-guide will do his utmost to reduce the time spent in the minibus…whilst, of course, making it as agreeable as possible!
>From May 23 to 26, due to the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, access to the Principality of Monaco will be closed. We therefore substitute Monaco with the visit of the famous coastal town Menton.