Stroll through Monaco-Ville, the old town, located on Le Rocher, from the Oceanographic Museum to the Prince’s Palace to the St Nicholas Cathedral where you can pay respect to Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III at their tombs. Both sides of the rock give you spectacular views.
After taking a lap around the Monaco Grand Prix track you’ll end up in Monte-Carlo on the world-renowned Casino Square with its opulent Hôtel de Paris, the famous Casino de Monte-Carlo, the elegant Café de Paris where you go for a drink to see and be seen. How about a shopping spree in the impressive collection of deluxe boutiques?
Travelling back to Nice along the coastal road brings you past the more laid-back seaside resorts of Cap d’Ail, Eze-Bord-de-Mer, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat and Villefranche-sur-Mer. The route is lined with elegant 19th-century villas and gardens. As you drive, the view over the Mediterranean after every turn is magic.