The Italian Riviera Markets
- Price from:
- 85 EUR /person
- 33 9 54 07 35 87
- 33 9 54 07 35 87
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Nice, Monaco, Cannes, Antibes
- Location Finish:
- San Remo
- Start time:
- 09.00 am
- End time:
- 05.00 pm
- We Speak:
- Russian, French, English
Last updated: 03/23/2008
Full Day Tour in The Italian Riviera. Deaparture from Nice, Cannes, Antibes & Monaco. Duration:8 Hours.
Markets : San Remo : Tuesdays & Saturdays - Vintimiglia : Fridays
Get a taste of Italy and its wonderful open air markets famous for leather goods, accessories, luggage and fashion! Then enjoy a drive along the charming Italian Riviera. You will have around 2.5 hours to explore the markets and do some shopping.
Lunch on the beach of Vintimiglia and the chance to taste the best pasta in the region at Giuseppe's (not included in tour price).
Return to the French Riviera via coastal road, driving through charming Menton "pearl of France". Have a brief stop to walk the flowery old town before continuing the along the spectacular High Corniche road. There will be a photo stop for a view over Monaco.
- Inclusions -
- Transport by 8-seater minivan
- Exclusions -
- Museum entrance fees
- Extras -
- Tour is operated in English unless otherwise stated.
If you require wheelchair access, please request at time of booking.
Baby seats are mandatory for infants, please request at time of booking.
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