“Monaco is a town located in the French Riviera that is not technically a part of France. Nevertheless, its close proximity to Nice and other towns along the Riviera virtually make it a part of the country, and it is a common destination on most tours of the region. Monaco is actually an independent principality that has been governed by members of a single royal family from the 13th century onwards.

Although it has a national policy that is independent from France in most aspects, its laws and defense policies are closely associated with that of the French government. Monaco’s primary source of livelihood is the tourist industry, and it seems to have served the town well. The casino at Monte Carlo is virtually synonymous with the Monaco experience, and this establishment alone is responsible for bringing in as sizeable portion of the principality’s income. From an architectural standpoint, the casino is an impressive structure indeed. Built by Charles Garnier–who was also responsible for building the opera house of Paris–the casino was unveiled to the public in the 19th century. You don’t necessarily have to play the games in order to enter, as public admission is allowed with a fee of €10. If you would prefer not to enter, the surrounding gardens may also be explored at no cost. Other notable attractions in Monaco are the Prince’s Palace, Monaco Ville, the 19th century Byzantine cathedral, and the Palais de Justice. Those interested in marine life will also enjoy the Oceanography Museum and Aquarium with its diverse exhibits and informative displays.

Monaco takes itself terribly seriously. The principality also plunges now and again into scandal – shaken, for instance, in late 2017 by alleged shenanigans starring a Russian billionaire, a Swiss art dealer and a Monegasque government minister. It perhaps goes with the territory. At any event, I – in common with other ordinary mortals – shall never qualify to be a Monegasque. But we can all have walk-on parts in the never-never-land production. And, at least once in our lives, we should.

“Monaco is a town located in the French Riviera that is not technically a part of France. Nevertheless, its close proximity to Nice and other towns along the Riviera virtually make it a part of the country, and it is a common destination on most tours of the region. Monaco is actually an independent principality that has been governed by members of a single royal family from the 13th century onwards.

Although it has a national policy that is independent from France in most aspects, its laws and defense policies are closely associated with that of the French government. Monaco’s primary source of livelihood is the tourist industry, and it seems to have served the town well. The casino at Monte Carlo is virtually synonymous with the Monaco experience, and this establishment alone is responsible for bringing in as sizeable portion of the principality’s income. From an architectural standpoint, the casino is an impressive structure indeed. Built by Charles Garnier–who was also responsible for building the opera house of Paris–the casino was unveiled to the public in the 19th century. You don’t necessarily have to play the games in order to enter, as public admission is allowed with a fee of €10. If you would prefer not to enter, the surrounding gardens may also be explored at no cost. Other notable attractions in Monaco are the Prince’s Palace, Monaco Ville, the 19th century Byzantine cathedral, and the Palais de Justice. Those interested in marine life will also enjoy the Oceanography Museum and Aquarium with its diverse exhibits and informative displays.

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Day 1:Nice Côte d'Azur

On arrival at Nice Côte d’Azur Int’l airport, meet our representative at the exit gate and get transferred to your Hotel. Squeezed into just 200 hectares, this principality might be the world’s second-smallest country (the Vatican is smaller), but what it lacks in size it makes up for in attitude. A magnet for high-rollers and hedonists since the early 20th century, It’s also famous for its annual Formula 1 Grand Prix, held every year in May since 1929. In the evening, you have leisure time to take a stroll through the nearby streets of Monaco and its surroundings which offer marvelous landscapes and sea views unique to the South of France. Spend unforgettable nights, party at a club and dance until dawn, in the chic, fantastic and unique atmosphere of the Riviera. Have a drink with friends; enjoy the clubs where music accompanies the joie de vivre and gaiety. Dinner at a restaurant & overnight at your hotel

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Day 2:Monaco and Eze

Today after breakfast at your hotel, this day tour will take you to the Principality of Monaco, the independent State under the Prince Grimaldi’s family rule for more than 700 years, and the member of the United Nations. You will visit the Old town of Monaco, the Prince Albert II’s Palace, Monaco Cathedral of the Lady of the Immaculate Conception, also known as Saint Nicholas Cathedral of Monaco. Your tour in Monaco continues with the visit of Monte-Carlo, a chic area in Monaco, with the historical buildings of Hotel de Paris and the Monte-Carlo Casino – the world’s most famous gambling place, dating from the mid-19th century. Get driven along the streets of Monaco and Monte-Carlo, where every year the Monte-Carlo Formula One race takes place and feel the racing spirit rising in you. Discover the picturesque village of Eze. The village’s beginnings date from the 13th century. Tiny and stone paved streets lead to the summit of this medieval village where ruins of the old castle of Eze remain. When walking in Eze, admire the art galleries and the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean sea. The Côte d’Azur – French Riviera, and particularly the city of Grasse, is worldwide famous for producing perfume, and you can visit the perfume factory in Eze free of charge. Returned to your Monaco hotel and your full-day tour completes here. Dinner at a restaurant & overnight at your hotel

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Day 3:Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Lamborghini Sports Car Experience & Night Tour

Today after breakfast at your hotel, a thrilling day until night begins for you. With the Oceanographic Museum entrance ticket, enjoy 6500 square feet dedicated exclusively to the sea and its wonders at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. See more than 2000 specimens in their faithfully-reconstructed natural habitat. Learn about the scientific expeditions of Prince Albert I through the amazing objects in the museum’s vast collections. Discover various Mediterranean species, learn about the diversity of the inhabitants of the coral reef and visit the amazing Shark Lagoon. Later in the noon, you’ll be taken to the starting point for your Lamborghini experience- a 30 minute exhilarating tour. Meet your driving instructor and, after a quick safety review, climb into the passenger seat. Enjoy the views from the roads overlooking the Mediterranean, including the billionaires’ yachts in Port Hercules and luxury Monaco hotels. You’ll have the option of purchasing a video of your Lamborghini ride. It’s a great way to re-live the experience later. You’ll then be dropped back at your hotel at the end of your tour. At around 7 PM, get picked up to spend an evening in Monaco to see the principality truly glitter with a 5-hour night tour. Go for a drive on the Basse Corniche road to the Vista Palace Hotel in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, where you’ll be rewarded with gorgeous views of Monaco all lit up. In Monaco itself, see how the Prince’s Palace and Monaco Cathedral shine at night. Enjoy the romantic evening charm of Monaco-Ville, the historic center of Monaco. Check out the grandeur of Casino Square as men and women dressed to the nines head in for some high-end gambling. Take advantage of some free time to wander around Monte Carlo on your own or get dinner in one of the trendy restaurants. Dinner at a restaurant & overnight at your hotel

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Day 4:Monaco – Nice

Today after breakfast, check out of the hotel and proceed to Nice by a private sedan car from Monaco hotel. With its mix of real-city grit, old-world opulence, year-round sunshine and stunning seaside location, Nice is the unofficial capital of the Côte d’Azur, and a must-see for every visitor. A magnet for sunseekers and high-rollers since the 19th century, this bewitching coastal city has so much going for it, it’s almost embarrassing – fabulous markets, an enticing old town, glorious architecture and a wealth of super restaurants. Later after check in, start exploring Nice city centre according to your own schedule and interests with a 1-day pass for the open-top hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. Jump off and on as often as you like to see sights such as Place Garibaldi, Promenade des Anglais and many more Dinner at a restaurant & overnight at your hotel

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Day 5:Nice

Today after breakfast, join us to discover the French countryside and the beginning of Provence. Enjoy free time to explore the villages including Saint-Paul de Vence, the second most visited village in France. Depart from Nice and head to Antibes, a city and seaside resort located between Cannes and Nice. Admire the port Vauban which is the biggest marina in Europe. Continue via the coast and be amazed by Cannes and its Croisette boulevard which also houses the Palais des Festivals and Congresses. Visit the European “walk of fame” in Cannes. After, take the highway to visit Saint-Paul de Vence, where the ramparts encircle the alleys. Here, you can find traces of the history of men. At the heart of the village is the Grande Fontaine, a square which has always been the busiest spot in the village. At lunchtime, you will have free time to enjoy lunch and explore the area. Then, your guide will take you inside the gorges du loup where you will marvel at splendid views, waterfalls and high mountains. At the end of this road, you will have free time to discover Gourdon, a real medieval village perched on a 760 m high peak overlooking the valley of the Loup. This location earned the the nickname “Eagle’s Nest” and is one of the 149 most beautiful villages in France. Finish your tour with free time in Grasse, a commune known for its long-established perfume industry. Here, you can enjoy a visit to the International Perfume Museum in the heart of the city. Dinner at a restaurant & overnight at your hotel

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Day 6:Nice

Today after breakfast, Join on this enchanting day tour from Nice. Cruise by boat from Saint-Tropez, admire the fishermen’s houses on the canals of Port Grimaud and get amazing views of the Massif de l’Esterel. Travel to seaside resort of Sainte-Maxime. Then, climb aboard a boat and cruise along the beautiful coastline of the French Riviera to the internationally renowned town of Saint-Tropez. Get some time to explore the town center and soak up its elegant atmosphere. Join the locals at the market and marvel at its world-famous beaches. Keep a look out for its legendary jet set residents, including the French actress Brigitte Bardot! Then, visit the beautiful village of Port Grimaud, known as the Little Venice of France due to its scenic waterways and fishermen’s houses. Journey back to Nice along the Côte d’Azur. Stop to take photos of the Massif de l’Esterel mountain range as they plunge into the Mediterranean Sea.

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Day 7:Nice

Today after breakfast, check out of the hotel and travel to the airport for your flight back home. Good times need never end! relive the high points of your experience with us on tour.

Cost Includes:

  • Accommodation as mentioned above
  • Breakfast on all days
  • Guided Hop-on Hop-off City Tour in Nice
  • Intercity transfers from Monaco – Nice by Private Car
  • Airport Transfer on Private
  • Day Tours will be conducted in a 35 Seater/25 Seater/16 Seater coaches based on the number of people Signed for the Tour
  • English Speaking guide during the Day Tours
  • Hotel Taxes

Cost Excludes:

  • Airfare, Visa’s and Taxes
  • GST
  • Local European City Taxes
  • Porterage, Tips & expenses of personal nature
  • Internal Baggage Charges
  • Meals, Lunch, Dinner
  • Any item not mentioned in Package inclusions
  • Overseas Mediclaim insurance
  • Cost of any excursions other than mentioned
  • Early check in and late check out at the hotel
  • Any other services not specified above
  • Additional Costs due to Flight Cancellations, Road blocks, natural calamities

Highlights of the tour

  • Return airfare with tax, 3 nights accommodation in Monaco, 3 nights accommodation in Nice, meals as per itinerary, sightseeing as per itinerary, airport transfers.

Important Notes:

  • Above rates are not valid during any major event and exhibition.
  • Above rates and dates are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Above rate would not club with any other promotion.
  • Child age will be considered as per hotel child policy so kindly confirm with our sales team before committing.
  • 5 % GST will be extra.

Payment Policy:

  • Initial deposit – rs. 1,00,000/- to confirm your booking with us.
  • 2nd payment 50% of the tour cost at least 45 days prior
  • Remaining full payment 15 days before departure- 100% of the tour cost.

Cancellation Policy:

  • Date of booking to 30 days the cancellation charges will be 25% of the tour cost.
  • 30 to 15 days – the cancellation charges will be 50% of the tour cost.
  • 15 to 7 days – the cancellation charges will be 75% of the tour cost.
  • Less than 7 days – Total amount will be forfeited and no refund shall be given.
  • No show – Total amount will be forfeited and no refund shall be given.
  • Cancellation Policy is subject to change. It’s purely depends upon the cancellation policy of respective hotels. In Peak seasons, Some hotels may charge 100% cancellation. Refunds normally take 10 working days after the cancellation request has been raised & transferred electronically to your bank account.

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