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Which card should I choose?

The French Riviera Pass adapts to the duration of my stay, depending on the number of days (1, 2 or 3) I plan to spend visiting Nice and the Côte d’Azur.
How to choose my French Riviera PassHow to choose my French Riviera Pass

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