Take an excursion from Cannes visiting Eze Village, Nice, and the Principality of Monaco. After exploring the countryside of the French Riviera, take a chance at the casinos of Monte-Carlo, or just sit back and enjoy the exquisite views Mediterranean.
What to Expect
The Eastern French Riviera has over the years established itself as the playground for the rich and carefree. On this shore excursion from Cannes, visit the French Riviera within 8 hours. With your own private driver guide and an air-conditioned minibus, visit the city if Nice, Eze Village, and the Principality of Monaco.
From Croisette Boulevard in Cannes you will drive to Saint-Paul de Vence. Walk the town’s medieval walls and through the narrow main street visiting art galleries and boutiques. The town attracts any artists and actors due to its vibrant atmosphere and idyllic setting.
The city of Nice is your next stop. Walk along the Promenade des Anglais and the popular beach. See the old town built in the 13th century and enjoy the picturesque flower market square before traveling on to the village of Eze, perched upon a hill overlooking the Mediterranean. There, you can visit the Fragonard perfume factory, where you can sample a few of the famous Provence fragrances.
Continue on to the Principality of Monaco. Visit the Palace of the Prince and the cathedral where Prince Rainer wed Princess Grace. If you're feeling lucky, visit the famous casinos of Monaco, or just take a look around Golden Square and see the luxurious hotels and restaurants of this chic area.
- Driver guide
- Minivan transportation seating maximum 8 people
- Free soft drinks
What's Not Included
- Admission to museums and monuments
- Meals are not included
Meet at the Pier of Cannes.
Know Before You Go
• Please provide information about your pick-up time when you complete your booking (field is called “Remarks for local operator").
• Note that the Grand Casino of Monte-Carlo requires a passport or ID for entry (minimum 18 years of age).
• The casino offers several rooms. The slot machines room entrance is free of charge but the other rooms require a 10 EUR entrance fee. These rooms also have a dress code–dress for ladies and tie and jacket for men.
• The other casino on the square, Casino Café de Paris, is casual and without entrance free.
• Notes on museums - In France (not in Monaco) all the museums are closed on Tuesday. Entrance is free on the first Sunday of every month.