What to see in Côte d’Azur

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We spent 3 wonderful days on the Cote d’Azur, for which I wish to share with you some of the things that fascinated me. First of all, the landscape, which is absolutely gorgeous, the blue clear sea, the green vegetation, the palms, the flowers, completes the painting, being accompanied with luxury hotels and an air of exuberance.

Some tips for visiting the Côte d’Azur

In French Riviera (Cote d’Azur), is worth to visit Monaco, Antibes, Cannes, Nice, St Tropez & Saint-Raphael.

Nice is a beautiful destination to visit, with Mediterranean vegetation, luxurious & modern hotels, trendy shops and fancy restaurants. Try a night walk on the Promenade des Anglaise, the street that connects the resort from one end to the other. Don’t miss Cours Saleya: the Flower Market, Old Town -Vieux Nice and the Hotel Negresco.

Eze is a village full of charm, not far from Nice, where are the perfumery Fragonard and Galimard, where you can have a unique experience, testing different flavors. To note that Eze is a very romantic and picturesque place, but expensive, as it is the entire French Riviera.

From Nice, get a bus to Grasse, a splendid city of perfumes Galimard, Molinard, Fragonard, where you have the opportunity to prepare your own perfume, to visit the old town and the museum Fragonard.

In Monaco deserves to visit the cathedral, the tomb of Grace Kelly, Saint Martin gardens in front of the cathedral, the Casino, the Japanese Garden, the Oceanographic Museum and the Prince’s Palace of Monaco.

In Cannes, take a picture on the red carpet and take the boat to the island of Saint Honorat, which is full of bays with clear & turquoise water, where a bath is welcome.

In Cannes there are sandy beaches and the famous Croisette, with opulent, luxury shops, palm trees, yachts, hotels with colonial architecture … in a word: luxury.

In Antibes you will see the…http://tripelonia.com/headline/what-to-see-in-cote-d-azur/148

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