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EuroVoyage Driver accompanies you to the most beautiful touristic sights in the south of France. From Marseille to Monaco, enjoy the Mediterranean beaches to pleasantly spend holydays as a family. Many natural and historical spots are also to be discovered in this magnificent region of the south of France aboard our vehicles!


 

Nice

Nice

Nice, France’s fifth largest city, has an outstanding microclimate which makes it visit pleasant all year round. Nice is France 2nd most visited place right after Paris and this incredible rank is certainly due to its crystal-clear water, the breath-taking landscapes that can be admired at the sea or in the mountains and its characteristic local culture.

Located on the French Riviera, on the edge of Italy, near Corsica, Monaco, the Mercantour National Park and the Provence region, Nice offers an endless number of activities and excursions. For more information about Nice, visit the official website.


 

Monaco

Monaco

Monaco is one of the richest and most characteristic cities in the French Riviera. Although it is home to a population from all over the world, it nevertheless preserves a strong Monegasque identity. Monaco’s old town is a real open-air museum whereas the Casino square is one of the most authentic and unique spots in the city. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover all this beauty, in such an incredible scenario.

Monaco City, also nicknamed The Rock, is an important landmark for VIPs and jet set as several fashion boutiques, luxurious hotels and world-famous palaces, chic restaurants, the Casino and exclusive clubs are located there.

Discover Monaco by checking the official website.


 

Marseille

Marseille

Beyond any cliché, Marseille is one of the most captivating cities in France and the Mediterranean Basin. This destination has everything to please: beaches, history, art, culture, gastronomy. The city won’t disappoint you in any way or whatsoever.

Marseille has plenty landmarks, such as: the old port, enclosed by the forts of Saint Jean and Saint Nicolas, the Canebière, a huge avenue where people stroll to see the sea and its islands as much as they do to be seen, the Panier neighborhood and, last but not least, the Bonne Mère Cathedral (Notre-Dame de la Garde), from where you’ll get to see a spectacular sunset on the city. We invite you to discover more about Marseille tourism through its official website.


 

 

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