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The Gems of Nice and the French Riviera - Klaava Travel Guide - cover

The Gems of Nice and the French Riviera - Klaava Travel Guide

Jan R Holland

Publisher: Klaava Media

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Summary

France is the number one travel destination in the world. Nice is the second most visited place in France, only after Paris. The pleasant Mediterranean climate makes the region around Nice – the French Riviera – a terrific destination around the year. The lifestyle of Provence, the local food and wine, the Alps, the sea and the long history mixed with international influences create a unique atmosphere for the region. 
The Gems of Nice and the French Riviera is a travel guidebook that actually shows you the places and sights worth visiting in this eastern corner of Provence. The book covers the Riviera from Cannes to Menton, showing you the best places in charming towns like Antibes, Grasse and Monaco, In addition, the book unveils Riviera gems other guidebooks haven’t discovered yet. Packed with beautiful photographs that let you view what it is really like on the site, the book also enhances your viewing experience with video clips. 
Many travel to the French Riviera for the beaches, some travelers are interested in the rich history, some want to taste the food and wine, while others head to the mountains. Riviera is not only about the sun and the sea, but it is also about spectacular sceneries and exciting activities. Nice is much more than the Boulevard des Anglais – the old town, market places, galleries, restaurants and shopping streets are buzzing with locals and visitors. 
Anyone who is planning a trip to the southeast corner of France will find the book a useful planning tool. Travelers who already have reached their destination in the Riviera will find plenty of tips for places to visit and things to do during their stay.

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