Two best places in Cote d'Azur

Two best places in Cote d'Azur (Cannes and Monaco)




Who has not heard about the glamorous places of the Cote d'Azur? The cities grow from the rocks and descend to the shores of the Ligurian Sea and the resorts offer the vocation of the highest level. Where is the best place to spend time? There are two best places:

Cannes


Cannes is a city that is on everyone's lips thanks to the Cannes Film Festival. However, this is not its only merit. Thanks its breathtaking nature, warm Mediterranean waters and impressive architecture, Cannes is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Côte d'Azur.

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There along the famous Boulevard de la Croisette, there are the best restaurants, boutiques, villas and Yacht Harbor, where you could see the grand sailing ship Neptune, built as a set for a Roman Polanski film.

A lot of beaches in Cannes are private and all of them meet the highest requirements for infrastructure. But there are also several public places of rest, although they are often crowded.

Hotels in Cannes are varied and can satisfy even the most demanding taste. The best of them are located, as usual, on the coastline.

Transfer to Cannes from Nice takes about 30 minutes. The exact time depends on the traffic situation.

Monaco


In the south of Europe, on the border with France, there is a tiny principality of Monaco. Despite its size, it literally became the epitome of luxury. The entire territory of the principality, in fact, is one city. The city is divided into ten different districts:

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Monaco-Ville is the most popular among tourists. There is an old city surrounded by rocks. On one of the rocks you can see the princely residence. Monaco-Ville has several cultural and historical attractions and is also home to the famous Oceanographic Museum.

Monte Carlo is the largest and most famous area of Monaco, which has earned its fame with chic casinos and a charming resort area. By the way, it is in this area that the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix race takes place.

La Condamine is the financial and port center of Monaco.

Fontvieille is a seaside area that houses the main university of the principality, the Stade Louis II and the heliport.

Moneghetti, Larvotto, Saint-Roman, Saint-Michel and La Collet are all diverse residential areas of the city, some are remarkable for their beaches, some for their calm atmosphere, but each is beautiful and cozy in its own way.

The smallest area of Monaco is Les Révoires, which is famous for its Exotic Garden.

However, no matter in which area you would choose to stay, everything will be close, and an incredible view will open from every point. A taxi in Monaco costs about 70 euros.




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