Exclusive Monte Carlo, Eze and La Turbie
Departing from the cruise pier in Monte Carlo with your driver / guide and a group of no more than eight, you will drive to the hilltop medieval Village of Eze, approximately 30 minutes away. During the drive, your driver/guide will point out what you are seeing. A stop will be made to take photos of this charming village clinging to the cliffside with its magnificent views overlooking the French Riviera. There will also be approximately 30 minutes for those brave enough to make the climb.
A stop will be made to visit the nearby perfume factory Fragonard, which has been producing scents for more than three generations.
A scenic drive will be taken through the hillside village of La Turbie, with its Trophy of the Alps, and scenic landscape.
Then, drive to the luxurious Principality of Monaco, where you will drive directly to the old town and enjoy an exterior visit to the Royal Prince Palace before walking to the Cathedral, where you will have an interior visit. You will then drive to the Casino Square and make a brief stop for photos of the exterior of the casino and enjoy time to view the gardens. This will be followed with a drive along a portion of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix circuit, as you make your way back to the pier area.
The charming village in Eze was just that! Charming! I could have spent the whole day wandering around! Our tour guide was awesome = )
Reviewer: Marv Williams
The city of Eze was a beautiful old town with narrow streets and beautiful views. Fun place to shop. Make sure you walk to the top for the best views. Monte-Carlo was also beautiful and the changing of the guard was fun to watch. The casino was also a good place to people watch.
Reviewer: Gregory Taylor
Beautiful country and enjoying the changing of the guards very clean , tour guide was great
Reviewer: Dianne Boucher
We were pleasantly surprised to be in a small group of eight visitors with a young lady guide who drove a most comfortable A/C van in sometimes difficult conditions (narrow roads and heavy traffic). The guide proved to be excellent. All of Monte Carlo’ main sites were visited as well as Eze and la Turbie. This tour provides a glimpse of how the very few privileged live, an exciting tour.
Reviewer: Brent Dobbs
Eze was very quaint and walking through the city was a wonderful experience. The views on bus ride to Monte Carlo was amazing and we saw the changing of the guards at the palace and the famous casino.