Riviera Cruises, Perfumeries and Art: These Tours Are the Perfect Introduction to Nice

Explore Nice's sun-soaked streets with fun tours
Explore Nice's sun-soaked streets with fun tours | © Sylvain Oliveira / Alamy Stock Photo

The Mediterranean Sea and year-round sunny skies make Nice the perfect getaway for travellers seeking a sun-soaked break. If it’s your first time here, these tours are a great introduction!

The glamorous French Riviera has captured the hearts and imaginations of travellers since the 1700s. Artists including Matisse, Picasso and Renoir all fell in love with Nice’s sun-soaked streets, making this the perfect place for creative people to explore. Whether you’d like to dive into the city’s cultural scene or take a day trip to beautiful Provence to visit a perfumery, these classic tours have you covered.

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ToursHalf-Day Tour to Eze and Monaco-Monte Carlo from Nice
From $68 per person
4 hours 30 minutes
4.2 (37)
Start your half-day tour with a panoramic view of Villefranche en route to the medieval village of Eze and visit its perfume factory. When you reach the Principality of Monaco your driver-guide takes you on a spin down the Formula One racetrack to Monte Carlo, which features outstanding architecture.
AdmissionNice Art Tour: Chagall Museum, Matisse Museum and the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild
From $105 per person
4 hours 30 minutes
4.2 (33)
Discover the famous artistic heritage of the French Riviera on a half-day art tour, incorporating must-see museums and an opulent villa. With an expert guide, learn about different modern art movements while touring the Chagall Museum in the leafy neighborhood of Cimiez, and see the colors of the Cote d’Azur (French Riviera) come to life in the Matisse Museum. Your tour returns to Nice after a visit to the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild on the stunning Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat peninsula.