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Getting from Nice to Monaco by train is easy and much fun. There are numerous trains that run throughout the day from early morning until late at night.
This trip is a popular one, so expect the trains to be crowded, especially during rush hour when commuters are heading to or from Monaco.
Monte Carlo Friends
The journey to Monte-Carlo takes around 20 minutes, with five stops along the way, at Nice Riquier, Villefranche Sur Mer, Beaulieu Sur Mer, Eze, and Cap D’Ail. If you have enough time, some of these places are also worth a visit.
“It is not the destination where you end up but the mishaps and memories you create along the way.”
CASTLE HOTEL IN YORKSHIRE NORTH E. ENGLAND
HOTEL IN NICE
‘You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.’ – J.R.R. Tolkien
HOTEL Villa Honegg in Switzerland
Hotel Baumanière les Baux de Provence, France
THE TREE CATHEDRAL IN BERGAMO
If you’ve been to Italy, you’ve probably been to Rome. It’s got most of the sites and attractions that come to mind when people even THINK of Italy: the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Forum, Saint Peter’s Basilica. The city’s cobblestone streets, medieval architecture, and Renaissance-era fountains are (literally) what romance is made of.
GARDENS OF BOMARZO IN NORTHERN LAZIO
But for a truly unique travel experience, I like to visit the most unusual places of the country, where tourists are rare to see, places with one-of-a-kind photo ops, and chances to interact with authentic local Italian communities.
THE MATERA SASSI IN BASILICATA
Have you heard of Baia? It was the Las Vegas of ancient times, attracting people from far and wide to its state-of-the-art baths and nightlife spaces. Powerful icons of ancient times were known to frequent Baia, from Nero to Cicero to Julius Caesar. If you want to walk in their footsteps now, however, you’ll need some scuba gear.
THE SUNKEN CITY OF BAIA IN NAPOLI
Because of Baia’s location over natural volcanic vents, its water level slowly rose to swallow its once majestic buildings. Saracens sacked it by 1500, but some meaningful relics still remain under its waters to this day. Take time to visit Baia for an unparalleled perspective on antiquity. You’ll feel like it’s been frozen in time! It’s truly like no other place.
PYRAMIDS OF ZONE IN CISLANO
2019 Update –
Farm stays in Bavaria seem to be very popular. You can rent a room or furnished apartment on a farm and experience some of the farm life. This year we stayed on a farm, near Chiemsee, and had a lovely time. All the villages in the Bavarian alps are lovely so you probably can’t go wrong wherever you pick.
Another nice area is Bayerischer Wald on Czech border. A few years ago we stayed a week in Lalling in Bayerischer Wald.
Next year we will go back to Germany to enjoy the Euro 2020:
“Es ist ein absolutes Novum im europäischen Fußball: Erstmals findet die Fußball-EM in zwölf verschiedenen Ländern statt, verteilt auf zwölf Städte. Von Dublin bis nach Bukarest, von Rom bis Kopenhagen – die UEFA EURO 2020 wird ein echtes Highlight. Mittendrin: München!”
“Drei Gruppenspiele und ein EM-Viertelfinale werden in der bayerischen Landeshauptstadt ausgetragen – Spannung garantiert! Termine, Bewerbungsverfahren, Kosten – alle Informationen zu den Tickets der Fußball-Europameisterschaft in München.”
We stayed in Fussen at Hotel Bergruh. It is close to the castles and a wonderful little Bavarian town. In Füssen, restaurants serve the most palatable and delectable food, oh my!
Bavaria’s town’s and cities provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life in the city today. If you want to experience the exotic magic paradises of the world, you must visit the Bavarian cities, woodlands, castles, villages, alps, forests and towns.