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The tour was everything I was hoping it would be and more. I skipped the perfume factory in Eze (allergic to perfume) and did the Ferrari ride instead...fantastic. Alex was an exceptional guide and I really enjoyed his company and expertise. He was very personable, and knowledgeable. The tour itinerary was perfect. I would rate this tour at 5 stars and then some.
This tour was amazing, our guide Cecile was great and I would recommend it to anyone!
This was a super introduction to the French Riviera and I plan on returning to the area for future breaks. We also had the benefit of seeing the Christmas decorations everywhere...Superb!. Our lovely tour guide was very informative and extremely helpful throughout the day. A very enjoyable tour,
A most enjoyable tour. The tour guide was the BEST we've ever had, in any country. He was knowledgeable, courteous, and went that extra mile at every stop. This tour is a great way to see all of the most important places in just one day.
This trip was absolutely amazing. My tour guide was very helpful. Would highly recommend!
Katrina was excellent. She was very helpful, mad a few extra stops for pictures, and was able to get thru Cannes in great time, even though the file festival was getting ready to open in 3 days. We will use Viatour for future trips. Thank you
Highlight of the tour was Saint Paul and Eze, two medieval villages in Southern France. The associated visit to the Cathedral in Monaco where Proncess Grace (Kelly) and Prince Rainier were buried was also very memorable. It was also fascinating to observe the way our guide/driver manouvre the minibus down the steep hairpin bends of Monte Carlo as if she was in the Grand Prix!
This would be a great tour to do on your first day in Monaco to get an overview of places to revisit. As it is, there is not nearly enough time at each of the stops. Our driver was not really a tour guide; he just called himself a driver. He certainly gave us some history and background of the places we visited, but was not the wealth of knowledge we encountered on a number of our other tours on this vacation.
For instance, when we stopped at Antibes, he told us nothing about it; just gave us 20 minutes to go walk through the main part of this ancient village. We looked at the vegetable market and then left. Cannes? Who really cares? We stood on the red carpet and took a picture. The highlight was certainly St Paul-de-Vence and Eze; just amazing quaint medieval villages we would have LOVED to have spent a half day at a piece. As it was, it was our last day.