Itineraries15 July 2019

The French Riviera Pass simplifies the holidays [Video & photo gallery]

The card that allows tourists to get to know Nice and the metropolitan territory optimizes its spending, making use of public services to move around.

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It is intended to help you discover the main tourist sights and activities in Nice and on the French Riviera free of charge, which means huge savings on your holiday budget.

Under the sign of renewal, ten years after its creation, the French Riviera Pass expands its offer throughout the territory of the Métropole Nice Côte d'Azur. Proposed by the Office de Tourisme Métropolitain Nice Côte d’Azur, it takes the form of a "city map" which gives free access to the main cultural and tourist sites of the Côte d'Azur and optimizes holiday expenses.

It currently offers over 50 sites and activities in Nice, in the metropolitan area and on the French Riviera. This year, new sites and new activities have been added to the list of the French Riviera Pass, such as the Biennale of Arts in Nice, Vesùbia Mountain Park, a climbing area in St-Jean. Martin-Vésubie. Art, sport, nature, gastronomy ... there is something for everyone!

There are three versions of the French Riviera Pass: a 24-hour card that costs 26 euros, a 48-hour card at a cost of 38 euros and, finally, a 72-hour card at 56 euros. This card also allows public transport to be used throughout the Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, for only 4 euros per day. The validity from the moment of purchase is thirty days and is activated with the first use. It offers exclusive advantages, including discounts in many restaurants, shops and activities, unlimited access to the "Nice, Le Grand Tour" tourist route, visit of Nice with a small tourist train, guided tours, access to the museums of the Côte d'Azur and the main sites of the Métropole and Côte d'Azur: the site to learn about the various opportunities is Available in dematerialized version, the Pass can be downloaded in PDF format from the site and must be presented at the entrance of each site, printed or on a smartphone.

Judit Neuberger

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