When: October 19th – 21st
Do you want to see Nice la Belle and its wonders?
Do you want to enjoy the best French cuisine on the Côte d’Azur?
Do you want to discover one of the most beautiful cities in France?
Then get ready and come with us!!
BEST takes you from October 19th to October 21st in Nice. Join us for this great tour!!
Places still available: –
Due date: 18th of October
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At the trip can participate exclusively students enrolled at the Politecnico di Milano, including Erasmus students, those enrolled in graduate schools and individuals.
Fee: 90 €
The fee includes:
- Bus trip
- Accommodation in hostel
- Entrance to the city attractions (stay tuned for more details in the following days)
- anything that is not specifically mentioned in “included” (i.e. lunch, dinner, etc.).
Refunds are not accepted.
Schedule: departure and final arrival at Milano Lambrate (train station’s parking zone) by Pullman.
Hour of Friday’s meeting: 06:00 am
Hour of Sunday’s arrival: 07:00 pm
Friday we’ll visit the Old Nice: we’ll explore the streets of the most distinctive part of the city and we’ll discover the stories behind certain places like Lascaris Palace, Place Garibaldi, Catedrale Saint Reparate and the archeologic crypt.
Saturday we’ll spend half of the day in Grasse, the city of perfumes. In the morning we’ll do a fast-paced trip of the main places of the city: we’ll pass by the artigian shops, Place aux Aires, the cathedral of Notre Dame du Puy and the city hall, then we’ll visit the Parfumerie Museum. In the afternoon everyone will be free do roam the streets and spend the time however he wants: buy some souvenirs? Going to the beach? Sit on the ground? You decide.
Finally on Sunday we’ll have until early afternoon to see Cimiez, in Nice again. It’s an old and peculiar place, famous for Chagalle and Matisse’s museums, its archeologic site and the monastery.
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Initiative made possible due to a contribution from the Politecnico di Milano.