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Drive by the famous Promenade des Anglais and explore the city of Nice!

Description

Discover Nice, the capital of the French Riviera. We drive along the promenade des Anglais, heading to the Castle Hill to admire the fantastic view, the waterfalls and gardens. We visit the charming areas of the town: Cimiez, the Russian Orthodox Church, Massena square, the library and the Regina Palace. We will venture further into the old town, the heart of Nice, to soak in the atmosphere of the flower market.

Includes

  • Transportation fee

  • English-speaking guide
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Duration: 4 - 4:30 hour(s)
Available: Daily
Pick-up: Available
Inclusions: Transportation fee / English-speaking guide

Schedule

Starting time: 08:30 - 14:00 (Show more)
  • 08:15

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 12:30

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 08:45

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 13:00

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 13:15

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 17:30

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 13:45

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 18:00

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

Adult ( Age & over ) From
Booking for One Person
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Duration: 4 - 4:30 hour(s)
Available: Daily
Pick-up: Available
Inclusions: Transportation fee / English-speaking guide

Schedule

Starting time: 08:30 - 14:00 (Show more)
  • 08:15

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 12:30

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 08:45

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 13:00

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 13:15

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 17:30

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 13:45

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 18:00

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

Very pleasant tour guide! :) She even recommended other areas that we have to go to and we loved it since she's a local and she knows where to go best.

Jun

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Schedule

Starting time: 08:30 - 14:00 (Show more)
  • 08:15

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 12:30

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 08:45

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 13:00

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 13:15

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 17:30

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • 13:45

    Pick up at Specific Hotels in Monaco

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the view of the Mediterranean Sea. Now a favorite weekend hangout for locals, this promenade was built in the early 1820s by English expats who wanted to enjoy the beach without dirtying their feet.

  • Castle Hill

    Also known as Parc du Château, Castle Hill was once a military stronghold before it was destroyed by the command of Louis XIV. Now, this landmark provides stunning panoramic view of the city from sunrise to sunset, earning its nickname "The Cradle of the Sun."

  • Cimiez and Regina Palace

    Explore the streets of Cimiez, Nice's upscale neighborhood enclosed in gardens. Find the ruins of what used to be Cemeneleum, a former Roman city. Cimiez also houses the Excelsior Régina Palace, a hotel frequently visited by Queen Victoria.

  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    Visit St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice, also known as the Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This church was built in the 1900s to cater to the growing population of Russians in the French Riviera and is now the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in West Europe.

  • Old Town of Nice

    Surrounded with vibrant buildings and alleys, Nice's Old Town (Vieux Nice) offers a variety of sights and activities. Visit the Place du Palais de Justice, a town square housing the city's law court before heading off to the Cours Saleya, the city's marketplace.

  • 18:00

    Drop off at Specific Hotels in Monaco

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Booking for One Person
  • If less than 2 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.

Required Items to Bring & Attire
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  • A valid government-issued photo ID

  • Walking shoes

  • Comfortable clothing

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  • Please call the activity provider the day before to reconfirm your booking. Your voucher has the necessary contact information listed.

Additional Note(s)
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  • The activity provider is not responsible for theft of personal belongings, weather conditions, heavy traffic, and delayed clients.

  • Infant car seat is available for free.

  • The tour is available in the following languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Portuguese Dutch and Greek.

  • All passengers in the vehicle are covered by insurance.

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  • You can book a minimum of 2.

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  • You can book a maximum of 1.

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Reviews

Very pleasant tour guide! :) She even recommended other areas that we have to go to and we loved it since she's a local and s...he knows where to go best. more

Jun

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  • Any cancellations made after 1 hours prior to the activity start time will be subject to a charge a charge of 100% of the total amount.

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