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Cote d' Azur

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Cote d' Azur

I am thinking about a few days in French Riviera with wife and two teenagers. Is three days enough? Suggestions on central place to stay and things to do.

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1. Re: Cote d' Azur

Well, I have visited many times and still find plenty of things to do but you could have a good three days in Nice itself. There are museums, galleries, shopping, nightlife, eateries and the beach. You are also central for the airport and buses/trains. We can give more specific recommendations if you tell us some of your interests.

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2. Re: Cote d' Azur

Interested in good food, art museums, people watching, beautiful scenery

Edited: 25 September 2012, 19:52
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3. Re: Cote d' Azur

You won't have seen it all in three days but you'll definitly can enjoy the city in three days. Are you into muséums ?

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