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Cannes: 1 or 2-Hour Segway Tour

1. Cannes: 1 or 2-Hour Segway Tour

After being briefed on safety rules and regulations, hop aboard your Gyropod Segway. Cruise through the main part of Cannes, beginning in the parking structure of Quai Laubeuf, at the very end of the old marina. After gliding through the historic town, take a pitstop to soak up the history of the famous fishing port. Check out the town hall and arrive in the alleys of freedom, the kingdom of the bocce-players.  Zip to the Rue d'Antibes, and see the hundreds of shops. Then, head to La Croisette, where the prices per square foot are skyrocketing. Your entertaining and informative tour ends with the walk of fame of the iconic Palais des Festivals. Return to the old port.

Italian Coast & Markets: Full-Day Small Group Trip

2. Italian Coast & Markets: Full-Day Small Group Trip

Enjoy an Italian experience in the open air markets of San Remo or Vintimille. Soak in the mix of Italian and French crowd buying cheese, vegetables and bags. Drive by the high “Corniche” and highway to the most typical Italian experience in the open air market of San Remo or Vintimille (Ventimiglia in Italian). Soak in the mix of Italian and French crowd buying cheese, vegetables, etc. Visit the medieval village of Dolceacqua.  On Tuesday and Saturday this tour includes a stop at  San Remo  and on Friday the tour includes a stop at Vintimille.

Monaco, Eze, and La Turbie: Shore Excursion

3. Monaco, Eze, and La Turbie: Shore Excursion

Begin your Riviera excursion with a drive up to the medieval village of Eze, perched on a mountaintop high above Monaco and the Mediterranean Sea. Take in the fantastic views of the coastline, and visit the nearby Fragonard perfume factory for a guided tour. Continue on, driving through the village of La Turbie, known as the Terrace of Monaco for panoramic views over the Principality of Monaco. See the Trophy of the Alps, a Roman monument dating to 7 B.C. When you reach Monaco you’ll head to the old town, called The Rock, and watch the changing of the guards at the Prince Palace. Visit the Cathedral where the princes and princesses of Monaco are buried, the Oceanographic Museum, and the Palace of Justice. In the city of Monte Carlo you’ll see the famous Casino built by Garnier, the architect who designed the Opera Garnier in Paris. Stop to see the world-renowned Hotel de Paris built in 1864 and the beautiful gardens. Your guide will also take you on a drive along the Monaco Grand Prix circuit.

Lights of Monaco and Monte Carlo: 5-Hour Evening Tour

4. Lights of Monaco and Monte Carlo: 5-Hour Evening Tour

Drive along the High Corniche that passes above the beautiful village of Eze and admire the view from the Vista Palace, overlooking the lights of Monaco. Drive by the Prince Palace, the Old Town, and the Cathedral, before reaching the heart of luxury in Monte Carlo. Cruise around the Golden Square, the Casino, and the Monte Carlo Gardens. There is a current security restriction on non-Monaco licensed vehicles driving to the Rock in Monaco. Your tour vehicle is Monaco-licensed, so you’ll be dropped off right in front of the Cathedral.

Full-Day Small Group Tour to Monaco and Eze

5. Full-Day Small Group Tour to Monaco and Eze

Enjoy a full-day guided tour of Monaco with a choice of departure locations. Your first stop will be in the medieval village of Eze, one of the most picturesque sites on the French Riviera. Dating from the Middle Ages, the village was built on top of the rocky outcrop for security reasons. Take to the cobbled streets and head to the exotic garden and the castle ruins, where you’ll have amazing views, from an altitude of 427 meters. Visit the famous Fragonard perfume factory in the village for a guided tour. Continue on to the village of La Turbie, known as the Terrace of Monaco owing to the panoramic view of the Principality of Monaco. Admire the ruins of an imposing monument, the Trophy of the Alps, dedicated to the Emperor Augustus, and built in 7 B.C. on the road that linked Italy to Cimiez (Nice). Next you’ll arrive in the Principality of Monaco. Spend the afternoon in the Old Town, overlooking the harbor and the sea from a height of 60 meters. See the changing of the guard at the Prince's Palace at 11:55. Visit the Cathedral, built in neo-Roman style in 1875, entirely of white stones from La Turbie. Its construction was completed in November 1903. The Monaco princes and Princesse Grace de Monaco were laid to rest in the Cathedral. You can enjoy optional visits to the Prince Palace and the Oceanographic Museum, or take a short Monaco tour on the little train (not included in the tour price). Head to Monte Carlo following the famous Grand Prix track of Formula 1. See the stunning Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Hôtel de Paris, which features all the charm of the great hotels of the 19th century.

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What people are saying about Cannes

Alexa was soooo lovely and really helpful at teaching and leading us. We were a bit nervous but she was very reassuring and had a laugh with us to! We went for an hour tour but easily could have done 2! Highly recommend and definitely will be going again because of this experience. Thank you Alexa!

It was a leisurely tour conducted very well and our guide was super good. It’s great value for money.

Great Experience!! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and funny!!

Excellent tour, great tour guide, lovely natured and very safe.

Diverse tour, perfect guide, friendly and very competent