Every French Riviera Pass, whether for 24, 48 or 72 hours, offers the same benefits and free access to the same sights, with one exception: access to Marineland free of charge is possible only with the 72-hour Pass.
You can organise your programme as you like. Here are some suggestions, all free of charge with your French Riviera Pass:
Day 1: Nice
With your Pass, you can discover Baie des Anges from the Open Tour Nice double-decker bus; stop on the way to visit the main sights of Nice and its museums (Matisse, Chagall, MAMAC, Fine Arts, Archaeology, Theatre of Photography and many more), take a guided tour of Old Nice or sample local wines.
You can also enjoy a Segway tour or a refreshing break at Parc Phoenix, try your luck at the Casino or admire splendid panoramas from the Observatory of Nice…
Day 2: East of Nice towards Monaco
You can set out for Villefranche-sur-Mer (tour of the Citadel), Beaulieu-sur-Mer (Villa Kerylos) and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat (Villa Ephrussi), Èze (Exotic garden), Monaco (Exotic garden and Oceanographic Museum) where you have free access to all many wonderful sights.
Day 3: West of Nice towards Cannes or the hinterland and Saint-Martin-Vésubie
You can go off to discover Antibes (Marineland*, Picasso Museum…), Biot (Fernand Léger National Museum), Cagnes-sur-Mer (Grimaldi Château-Museum and Renoir Museum), Cannes (ferry to the Isles of Lérins) and Mougins (Museum of Classical Art) or to Saint-Martin-Vésubie in the Mercantour National Park to meet the wolves!
* access free of charge only with the 72hr pass