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Nice vs. Monte Carlo

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Nice vs. Monte Carlo

I am going to be in the Nice/Monte Carlo area for 3 nights...need some r & r. Which is better to stay?

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1. Re: Nice vs. Monte Carlo

I think nearly everyone on this forum will point you towards Nice. For atmosphere, street life, markets, beach life, restaurants, culture etc etc Nice will be th only option from these 2. Monte Carlo will merit say a 3 hour visit but its bsuiness oriented ethos and collection of high rise buildings is not at all typical of the delights the region has to offer.

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2. Re: Nice vs. Monte Carlo

Thank you so much very much appreciated. Nice it is!,,,

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3. Re: Nice vs. Monte Carlo

Absolutely - Nice all the way!

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4. Re: Nice vs. Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo can be done as a day trip from Nice if you want to go. You can take the bus to see Eze first, then catch the bus again to Monte Carlo. MC doesn't really take more than a few hours just to walk and grab a few pictures before you can go ahead and head back to Nice.

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5. Re: Nice vs. Monte Carlo

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