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Arles Amphitheatre

Arles is a small city in the south of France situated between Montpellier and Marseille. It has a rich history due to its importance as a Roman province. Several of its Romanesque monuments are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You can find more content about Arles on our city page! Moreover, Arles has …

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Grasse Old Town

Grasse, the world’s most famous perfumes capital is located in the beautiful French Riviera and can thus be easily combined with a trip to Nice or Cannes. Grasse’s perfume industry has a long and rich history, which you can explore while visiting one of the perfume factories (Fragonard, Molinard, Galimard). You can find more …

Pavillon de Vendôme

Aix en Provence, also simply known as Aix, is the former capital of the Provence, located thirty kilometres north of Marseille. For many the city is the ideal starting point for exploring the Provence and its beautiful lavender fields. You can find more content about Aix en Provence on our city page! While there …

Nice Promenade

Nice is the fifth-largest city in France and the largest in the Côte d’Azur. Its airport is the major entrance point for tourists travelling to the South of France without train. The French Riviera city is famously known for its long promenade, but has much more to offer than a long stretch of beach. …

Menton Promenade du Soleil

Menton is a little gem on the French Riviera bordering with Italy. Its nickname is “Pearl of France” and I can totally agree with that. We went to visit Menton on a day trip from Nice, where we also stopped by Eze and Ventimiglia (in Italy). You can find more content about Menton on …

As I was visiting a friend of mine studying in Aix-en-Provence after my exams, Moritz and I decided to do a little trip around the south of France starting in Marseille. It is the second biggest city in France after Paris. You can find more content about Marseille on our city page! Due to …

Menton

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Nice Port

Nice is located right in the heart of the Côte d’Azur. While its promenade is widely known, its historic part is in fact the real highlight. With Monaco and the Italian border just around the corner, it also offers many opportunities for day trips along the coast. As usual, stay tuned for a more extensive …

Cannes Beach

Cannes, famously known for its film festival was unsurprisingly quite crowded when we went. However, the beach and the old town proved to be a beautiful and quiet escape from the craziness surrounding the filmstars along the promenade.   As usual, stay tuned for a more extensive post about Cannes here on traveluxblog.com!