The French Riviera
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- US $ 214
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- French Riviera
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- AVAlissaWritten on May 3, 20184.5 - ExcellentI had the unfortunate experience to almost break my ankle before arriving to Nice. Yet my trip guides were super accommodating, easy to communicate with, helpful, and one of them even went with me to the ER. Shout out to them for helping me make the most of my experience, even though it was a struggle to walk. In regards to the trip, the hostel was great - the employees were so nice and fun to get to know. The breakfast in the morning was pretty good for a hostel (juice, coffee, fruit, yogurt, all the basics). It was a clean hostel and would go back. The bus ride to Eze and Monaco was't too long and leaves you with a good amount of time to explore Monaco!Show detailed ratings
- CatherineWritten on August 19, 20124.5 - ExcellentThis was a great trip. Nice especially, is a such an appealing city with its beautiful coast. The guides were extremely friendly and knowledgeable and were fun to travel with.Show detailed ratings
- JonathanWritten on August 16, 2012Show detailed ratings5.0 - Excellent
- KierstenWritten on August 14, 20125.0 - ExcellentThe French Riviera trip was a blast. The 7 hour bus ride was not even that bad because everybody going on the trip and the Bus2Alps staff made it fun. A ton of activities, bar nights, and tours were already set up for us by the time we got there. Traveling with Bus2Alps is awesome because everything is so easy - they set up everything for you so by the time of the trip all you need to worry about is enjoying yourself!!Show detailed ratings
- PatWritten on August 8, 20124.5 - ExcellentThe French Riviera was an awesome experience for a college student. The Bus 2 Alps guide made the 10 hour bus ride there bearable with movies, and card games. Once we got there we were allowed to go boating around the coastline, scuba diving in the mediterranean, or just hang out in the city of Nice. The hostel there was incredible with allowing 150 plus Bus 2 Alps travelers to stay there. Another great thing was that there was no time wasted. We were up by 7:30 AM every day waiting for a new experience. After Nice, we traveled to Eze France where we spent most of our time there above the cloud line and got to go to a famous perfume place as well as the exotic gardens. The sights from the mountains were breathtaking. Then we fancied up and went to Monaco and into the Monte Carlo Casino. Talk about a lavish lifestyle. Monaco was the best city I have ever visited and I lived in Rome for 6 weeks. It makes you want to give up everything and just stay there. France was a lot different than everyone expected. The people were very nice, the sights were comparable to the Amalphi coast, and the 10 hour bus ride created a bonding experience for all travelers involved. I would highly recommend this trip to everyone! In fact I convinced my family to go there next summer just based off pictures alone.Show detailed ratings
- TylerWritten on July 19, 2012Show detailed ratings4.5 - Excellent
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The French Riviera
- ThursdayOct 4, 2018from Nice4 DaysSundayOct 7, 2018to Nice10+ seats left$9USD $214
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- Nice (France)
- 9 km
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- 5 km
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- 13 km
- Nice (France)
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