Tucked into the Maritime Alps, hard on the Mediterranean, this tiny principality between the French and Italian Rivieras covers not quite a square mile of territory. • But oh, what territory! • The world-famous Monte Carlo Casino, the Princeís Palace, and the Salle Garnier opera house merely top the list of must-see attractions. • Then, of course, thereís the incomparable people-watching. • The World Music Awards, the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, and the Monaco Yacht Show just begin to suggest the extent of the glittering gatherings on Monacoís overflowing social calendar.
Travel to the shores and streets of France's beautiful south.
Wind your way through the villages, beaches, and mountains of Italy's most scenic stretch of coastline.
Like one of Cézzane's impressionist paintings stirred to life by summer winds, Provence is a place where even the simplest of landscapes can turn suddenly sublime.
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