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  • Millefont Lake

    Millefont Lake
    The Lake of Millefont is a beautiful place to take a walk, see nature, relax and take pictures. It's in the pre-alps, about 70 km from the coast of the Cote d'Azur and the city of Nice. You must leave Nice following the river Var, along the N202 road (west side of the city, near the airport). This road is the direct way to the mountains and you can quickly be in mountainous landscape and still see the Mediterranean Sea :).
  • "Dream" exhibition

    This is one of the exhibitions held this year in Turin as "World Design Capital". In the wonderful building of Torino Esposizioni, it features the "cars of tomorrow", almost 60 cars from 1950 to nowadays, represent what has been the car of the future in the last half century...
  • The "Villa Arson" International Art School of Nice

    The "Villa Arson" in Nice is a famous modern art school of the city. The place is a mixture of modern architecture mixed with an old 18th century building and a beautiful Mediterranean garden.
  • Bay of Villefranche

    Bay of Villefranche
    The bay of Villefranche and the peninsula of Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat on the Cote d'Azur, between Nice and Monaco are beautiful places to see the sun going down. The wide Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding mountains give you a marvelous calm and peaceful place were many colours are mixed together. Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat is a peninsula, so one side is on the east and the other on the west, thus you can go there early in the morning to see the sun rising, and in the evening on the other side to see the sun setting. The colours are stronger and different when the sun is setting, but that's only my personal opinion... ;)
  • Nice’s Public Library

    Nice’s Public Library
    In the vicinity of the Modern and Contemporary Museum of Arts, the public library has a lot to offer: reading rooms, internet, videos, music areas and auditorium. There are exhibitions on writers, book work, artists. Since 2002, the square head designed by the artist Sacha Sosno has become the city's new landmark. This big sculpture-building (30 meters high) accommodates the library's office.
  • Mala beach (Cap D’ail)

    Mala beach (Cap D’ail)
    A beautiful panoramic view, beaches that hides between the rocks where pebbles and sand meet.
  • Monaco Grand Prix Race

    Monaco Grand Prix Race
    All you Formula1 fans, now listen up! You probably did not know my name till today, but from now on I am a real pain for all the teams of real F1 - Ferrari, McLaren and Renault are already scared. Monaco Grand Prix is already mine! Yes, all you lomolovers who are huge fans of Formula1 MUST go to Monaco, because it is the only place in the world where you can freely try the feeling of being the race king. Ok, The Monaco Grand Prix (Grand Prix de Monaco) is a Formula One race held each year on the Circuit de Monaco. Run since 1929, it is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world.
  • Casino of Monte Carlo

    Casino of Monte Carlo
    Monte Carlo has an international image of luxury, glamour and beautiful prestigious cars. The Casino of Monte Carlo is the main place were you can have a view of all these "clichés" who are more than that because they're also the reality of this place (shown for example in the 1995 James Bond movie "Goldeneye")!
  • Medieval village of Sainte Agnes

    Medieval village of Sainte Agnes
    This little village is a rare photographic, historic and romantic spot on the Cote d'Azur. Sainte Agnes has the official title of the "highest coastal village of Europe"!! Indeed, it's only 3 km far from the sea and 800m high, so you got a great point of view about the whole coast of Menton (also very nice little old town...) and the beginning of Italy, and the pre-alps mountains (Mercantour parc, great place too...) behind you. An old castle (mostly in ruins) is on the top of the mountain and was built at the beginning of the 14th century with the village just below. It was a main place to control the coast and to see quickly the enemies approaching from all around. Between 1932 and 1938 a military base of the "ligne Maginot" was built inside the mountain (it was part of the defensive line between France and Germany and Italy) with big artillery towards the sea and Italy!! Nowadays it's empty and you can visit it without problems, very interesting :)
  • Peillon village behind Nice and Monaco

    Peillon village behind Nice and Monaco
    Peillon a picturesque village behind Nice and Monaco. When you'll be bored with beaches , pay a visit to the village of the hinterland. Take your car or a bus, drive 20 kms and discover a new world : olds villages, with narrow streets of cobblestones, houses in stones, ancient fountains, and old churches.
  • Cours Saleya

    Cours Saleya
    When you are once in Nice, you have to visit the Cours Saleya. It lies parallel to the Promenade des Anglais which streches by the sea. Go there in the morning and have your breakfast in one of the multiple cafés. Sit down and have a cup of lovely latte and some french croissants and just look at people and enjoy the first warming sun.
  • Arenas Business Center (Nice)

    Arenas Business Center (Nice)
    Near the Nice airport is the Arenas business center, perhaps the most impressive area of the town concerning modern architecture.
  • Cemetery of Cimiez Monastery

    Cemetery of Cimiez Monastery
    The hill of Cimiez in Nice is well known for its old monastery founded in the 9th century and the actual Franciscan monastery is dated 1546. It was in the past times one of the main religious places of the whole area and the cemetery of this place is a very important one with some very old graves. You'll find in this cemetery most of all important families of Nice of the past centuries and some well known painters like Henri Matisse or Raoul Dufy who spent their last years in Nice. If you like angels and graveyard statues, come have a look at this place and you'll be surely fascinated by what you see. To go there, it's very easy: from the centre of the town go up north on the main hill of the city, the hill of Cimiez. It's indicated by street signs, and everyone in Nice knows where it is. Once at the gardens of Cimiez you'll see the monastery and its cemetery just behind. You can't miss it :)
  • Parasailing (Nice)

    Parasailing (Nice)
    If you like adventure you should try this parasailing in Nice you gonna love to see the shore when you are up of the parachute.
  • Lingueglietta, a Small Ligurian Paradise

    Lingueglietta, a Small Ligurian Paradise
    The region of Liguria is probably one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. Combined with the fact that the French border (and the Côte d'Azur) is really close, Liguria, with its clean waters, friendly people, and gorgeous pizza places is a beautiful place to spend holidays at. Lingueglietta, voted as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, is a typical Ligurian village, well-hidden in the Ligurian Hills which smells of rosemary and olive trees.
  • Russian church

    Russian church
    The Russian community in Nice has always been important since the second half of XIXth century. Nice began its career as a touristy city and the English and Russian people were the first to be attracted by the "angel bay" ("baie des anges") of Nice. Among the Russian community was the mother of the Russian Tzar Nicolas II, Marie Feorodovna and she fell in love with this city. 1903 she decided to build an orthodox Russian church.
  • Portofino

    Do you want to discover a symbol of the Dolce Vita? Go to Portofino, on Tigullio's gulf, 36 km from Genova, in Liguria, Italy.
  • The Clews' Castle

    The Clews' Castle
    MYTH MYTH MYSTERY. Do you want to discover a very special place, close to Cannes (on the French Riviera)? Follow me to the Clew's Castle in La Napoule.
  • My Window (Torino)

    My Window (Torino)
    You're gonna tell me: well, what a strange location! My window (but it could be yours too!) is quite far from offering to your eyes a cool dreamy landscape... Some ugly buildings and streets, and even a huge block of police barracks... Not so lovely eh!
  • Torino Olympic Arch

    Torino Olympic Arch
    The Olympic arch stands between the Olympic village and the Lingotto district, where most of the Olympic structures are situated. It's a huge cable stay pedestrian bridge, supported by a 70 meters tall inclining arch.

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