Trip from Nice - Cote d'Azur Airport
to Chamonix

Trip details

Departure from Nice - Cote d'Azur Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Chamonix
14:03h

Trip duration: 303min

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Departure from Nice - Cote d'Azur Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

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Toirano Caves
Italy

105 min

One of the most fascinating places in Liguria are the breathtaking Toirano's Caves, dating back over 300,000 years ago. Expert guide makes the trip worthwhile... and in a roughly 2 hours guided tour, you will be pointed to the highlights and hidden treasures, one of which certainly are the largest cave bear’s bones in all of Europe. In the section called The Witches Cave are vast amphitheaters extending over 450 meters in length. Bring good shoes and a jacket because it can be chilly underground.

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Sanctuary of the Child Jesus of Prague
Italy

75 min

To say that Prague has many exceptional churches would be an understatement. All of them are special for their architecture and artistic decoration. However, one... of these churches stands out in significance because it is home to the famous statue of the Prague Infant Jesus. This is the church of Our Lady Victorious. Although it is an important baroque monument whose interior is richly decorated in white and gold and hundreds of porcelain statues, the statue of the Infant Jesus is the main draw for visitors. It is more than 400 years old and it was credited with miraculous healing and, among other things, with saving Prague during the Swedish siege in 1639.

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Sanremo
Italy

105 min

All tourists are enchanted with Sanremo and its warm climate, exquisite villas, lavish spa centers, casino and Riviera-style appearance. Visitors should explore the historic old... town with little clothes shops and countless family run restaurants offering delicious Italian food. Sanremo is situated around a scenic bay with two harbors that feature a palm-lined promenade. Sanremo has gained international fame thanks to its infamous Sanremo Music Festival. It is also the location where “The Talented Mr. Ripley” was filmed so its beauty is well known around the globe.

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Fenis Castle
Italy

105 min

This imposing Fenis Castle is without a doubt the most visited attraction in Valle d’Aosta. Unlike most of the castles that were built on top... of a hill, Fenis Castle has no natural defenses, but has double crenellated surrounding walls that enclose the central building and the towers. It is actually a combination of a fortified stronghold and the aristocratic, majestic home. Visitors are free to explore the extraordinary architecture while the interior can be visited through a guided tour that includes armory, dining room, pantry, kitchen, study, counts’ chambers as well as the splendid chapel. To check the castle opening hours and book the tickets in advance, please visit: http://www.lovevda.it/en/database/8/castles-and-towers/fenis/fenis-castle/979

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Fort Bard
Italy

105 min

With its ominous and sever look Fort Bard dominates the town of Bard and represents the most impressive example of military architecture. It was neglected... for many years but luckily restored and reopened for tourists in 2006. Today it attracts thousands of visitors a year. How unconquerable this fortress really is proves the fact that the castle’s garrison of 400 people was able to hold back 40,000 French troops for full 2 weeks. Besides the stunning views, visitors can learn more about the fortress through a guided tour and at the Museum of the Alps.

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Monaco
Monaco

135 min

The first words that come to mind when mentioning Monaco are luxury, extravagance, glamour, high-end gambling and Formula 1. This small city-state is all that,... and much more. Although you only need a day to cover this area, it will be a day full of thrills. You could start your tour at the Palais Princier, the private residence of the Grimaldi Family (try to be there at 11.55 am for the daily changing of the guard on the square in front). When you’re finished exploring the Place take a short walk towards the Cathedral where you can see the resting places of members of the royal family – including Princess Grace. We also recommend a visit to the fabulous aquarium - Musee Oceanographique de Monaco. And finally, you can’t leave Monaco without visiting the famous Monte Carlo Casino, both for its opulent Belle Epoque architecture and for its wealthy residents.