A new travel guide for visiting the French Riviera

A new travel guide of the French Riviera
A new travel guide of the French Riviera

Until now, tourist guides detailing the French Riviera have been lacking. Now, a recent edition of the Petit Futé is addressing this omission with a special guide to discover this Wednesday in bookstores or via digital download.

Starting Wednesday, August 28th, the Riviera will be available in pocket format, with a special edition of the Petit Futé. In its 192 pages, it will reveal the secrets of the region to you, with a guide designed as a travel diary where the reader strolls through the Alpes Maritimes, along the Italian border, and of course, makes a stop in the Principality of Monaco. The Mediterranean coast is unveiled like never before, with a whole historical section highlighting a unique heritage in Europe, culinary traditions, festive events and a thousand and one little secrets to (re)discover in the form of amazing anecdotes.

A practical and fun guide

Fact sheets, ideas for where to stay, how to get there, where to sleep and eat, what to visit and what cultural places to immerse oneself in – everything is designed for a practical and deeply enjoyable visit though this emblematic region of the Hexagon. The guide also lists all the shopping and relaxation activities, as well as all the sporting activities to do during your stay. The Principality has a whole section concerning it, with so much to do, whatever the season. Moving away from the cities, the guide also presents all the surrounding wild and abundant nature of the Mercantour National Park in the valleys of Roya and Bévéra. An unforgettable stay for those who do not yet know this rich, varied and timeless territory.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.