General

Once there were two small Italian towns called Dolce Acqua and Bussana Vecchia. Both situated in a narrow coastal belt which lies between the ligurian sea and the Alps. The Mix of mountain and sea is what we call “Riviera”. Welcome to  “The Flowers Riviera“.

In this fairy tale, we will walk in the steps of Monet, who painted the famous “bridge at Dolce Acqua” in 1884 – the original painting is currently in Massachusetts. The bridge was constructed in 15th century and spans the Nervia River connecting the old town called “terra” to the newer part called il Borgo.

The next town is Bussana Vecchia that is situated near Sanremo about 20 kilometers east of the border between Italy and France. In 1887 the mediaval village was destroyed by an earthquake that hit the region. Most of the people where in the church that day . . . the rest is history. Bussana Vecchia is now an interesting town with art and more . . .

After such an exciting and unique experience, your private tour driver will take you back to your cruise ship in Nice or Monaco.

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Note:
Due to Italian laws, the price for groups of 9 and larger includes an official guide and/or tour escort for tours and excursions. (Excludes port and city transfers) Our rates do not include entrance fees or meals, unless specifically stated above in description. Rates and/or discounts are subject to change without notice.

All prices listed include tax, so you should never have to pay more than the advertised price

*Rates may subject to change depending on availability & seasonality,so we highly recommend to proceed with your booking as soon as possible in order to secure the published price.

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French Riviera

French RivieraThe French Riviera, the Côte d’Azur, is the Mediterranean coastline of the southeast corner of France. There is no official boundary, but it is usually considered to extend from Cassis or Toulon on the west to the France–Italy border in the east, where the Italian Riviera joins. The coast is entirely within the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Read more

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