Avignon has history; Arles has artistic heritage and a Roman arena. But for a truly Provençal experience, head to Aix-en-Provence.
One of the coolest things about visiting the French Riviera — and there are many — is that you’re close enough to Italy to pop in for some shopping and lunch before returning to France. In fact, a day trip to Italy from Cannes will have you back for a stroll along La Croisette before dinner in Cannes.
While Monaco is very small, it is full of steep hills. This is where a Monaco Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour is going to help you explore this tiny, stunning country. And once you hear the reasons why, you’ll find it’s the logical choice.
When deciding to come down to the South of France for a vacation, some visitors think that it’s an either/or choice between Provence and the French Riviera. But you can do both! In fact, if you want to base yourself in Aix-en-Provence, a French Riviera day trip is definitely doable.
Monaco is more than just big yachts, fast cars and a glamorous casino. It has a royal history dating back to the 13th century, and today, the royal influence of Monaco can be seen around every corner.
One of the things that makes Nice unique is its fusion of flavors and deliciously Italian influences. Being next door to Italy, aromatic Italian pizzerias and trattorias are a dime a dozen in the south of France which made my search for something Nicoise more challenging than I expected. On a small group food tour I quickly learned local foods and specialties in Nice are hidden secrets only locals hold.
When people think of the Papacy, they think of Rome and Vatican City. But what many don’t realize is that for a significant part of the history of the Roman Catholic Church, the Papacy was headquartered not at the Vatican, or even in Italy; Avignon was the place to be. If you’re thinking of visiting […]