Between Monaco and Nice one can find The Medieval Village of Eze located at an altitude of 429 above sea.
Eze Village, full of myths and legneds, is always likened to an eagle’s nest perched on a narrow rocky peak. Eze has been occupied by Phoenicians, Romans, Moors, Italians, Turks and Monaco over the centuries. It’s known and loved for its dramatic location, curious exotic gardens, scenery, history, art, restaurants and perfume factories.
Don't lose the opportunity to have a free guided visit in Fragonard Factory, the biggest one on The French Riviera, to discover the secerts of parfume.
From Eze Village there is a walk called Nietzsche's Walk or the " Philosopher's Walk " to the sea down to Eze Bord de Mer.
Meantime we reach Monaco known as “The Rock” or simply “Le Rocher“ for its location on a rocky headland extending to The Mediterranean. There you can visit the Old Town with The Prince Palace, The Oceanographic Museum, the home for exhibitions and collections of various species of sea fauna containing a great variety of sea related objects, including model ships, sea animal skeletons, tools, weapons, and The Cathedral in Neo - Romanesque style, entirely built with white stone of La Turbie consecrated in 1911.
It has a plan in the form of a Latin cross. In this Cathedral, Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier were married and were buried.
Then join Monte-Carlo driving along the world - known Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit to reach the famous The Hotel de Paris, Café de Paris & Casino Square with its luxury shops, huge casinos and breath - taking places.
*Palace open from June to September € 8 p/p
*Cousteau's Oceanographic Museum € 14 p/p
*Casino Monte - Carlo closed in the morning
*Changing of the guards at 11:55 AM