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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
GERMAN BEAUTIFUL RARITIES:
UPDATE to add more wonderful pictures!
The lakes and wetlands along the coastlines are important stopover points for many migrating birds. The government has set up reserves for the birds’ protection.
Germany is full of famous, spectacular things to explore. However, if you venture beyond the tourist attractions, you would discover a side to the I Its beauty that is quirky, astonishing, and sometimes even downright weird but wonderfully unique.
Kunsthofpassage Singing Drain Pipes
Fraurenkirche, Nuremburg, 500 year old church
The Thousand Year Old Year Bush
The world’s narrowest alley, Spreuerhofstrasse
Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie
SPAIN MOST BEAUTIFUL RARITIES
Heavenly Caverns in Spain,, just breathtaking! 😍
The series of caves known as Cuevas de Nerja, above, close to the pretty seaside town of the same name was discovered by boys bunking off school in the 1950s.
Reaching for almost three miles, they are like giant subterranean cathedrals. Be warned, it can be steep inside.
RESTAURANT “EL DIABLO” (The Devil) 🍺 🍤 🥣
One of España’s most unique eating experiences has to be having your food cooked right on top of an active volcano. Restaurante el Diablo – Devil’s Restaurant – is located in the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote and cooks its meat and vegetable dishes in the geothermal heat of the volcano.
THE SECOND LARGEST CHAIR IN THE WORLD 😮 😻
Perhaps one of the most random entries on the list is the world’s second-largest chair in the town of Lucena, near Córdoba. España briefly succeeded with this eight-storey high, over 26-metre creation, but was soon cruelly pipped to first place by an Austrian chair.
SIERRA NEVADA (SNOWED MOUNTAIN RANGE)
Drive along Europe’s highest road for snow, then head an hour south to sunbathe on the Costa del Sol.
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