Jazz Festival in the French Riviera

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Day 1:

 

Arrival at Nice with afternoon free to walk along the elegant Promenade des Anglais and admire the city’s many marvelous sites.  Hotel check-in and dinner.  After dinner, depending on the show calendar, you will have the opportunity to attend many jazz shows at Juan Les Pins or Nice.

Return to hotel and overnight stay.

 

Day 2:  European Hollywood and Antibes

 

In the morning, visit Cannes, the European Hollywood.  You will be able to walk along the famous Croisette and visit the splendid streets of the city center.  Have fun looking for the 7 paintings that depict the Cinema Festival that are to be found in various locations around the city.

In the afternoon, transfer to Antibes and visit this characteristic village.  For Picasso lovers, you can also visit the museum dedicated to this famous painter.  In the evening, some of the most famous Jazz players in the world will be on stage, ready to entertain you once again.

Return to hotel and overnight stay.

 

Day 3: Between Tradition and Luxury

 

Every trip to France should include a stop in the Principality of Monaco.  Its famous Rocca area offers breathtaking views and is home to the Oceanographic Museum and the Palazzo del Principe.  At the Palace, just before noon, you can witness the changing of the guard.  After your visit, return home.

 

We can also reserve tickets for all types of music concerts, according to availability.

 

Our offer includes:

  • Accommodation in one of our hotels in a double room with half board.
  • Full Day guide service for the second and third days.
  • All travel agency fees

 

Our offer does not include:

 

  • Round trip airline tickets, transfers to the previously indicated places and everything not listed in “our offer includes” above.
  • Lunches and dinners are to be selected according to the menu of the day or the tasting menu proposed by the chef. Drinks and a la carte menu items to be paid on the spot.
  • The visits suggested in this program should be considered to be without the services of a guide unless otherwise specified.