American tourists are returning to the French Riviera this summer

American tourists are returning to the French Riviera this summer

“We wanted a change of scenery during our summer vacation”

“The French Riviera is beautiful”. On the Promenade des Anglais, Mike and Mila, hats on their heads, contemplate the Baie des Angus. This Canadian couple from Toronto chose to return to the Côte d’Azur where they spent their honeymoon three years ago.

“After two years of closure, this is where we wanted to be back. Check out the view!, Mike summarizes, embracing the panorama in his gaze. For us the Mediterranean is beautiful, Cannes and Monaco.

“We’ve had enough of the United States”

“We wanted a change of scenery for our summer vacation. We had had enough of the United States”, describe July and Anthony, a couple in their fifties from Ohio, who embark on a tour of Europe from Paris to Rome via Barcelona and the Cote d’Azur. A two-week trip as part of an organized trip.

“We visited Cannes, Monaco and Nice. The people here are very friendly, polite, welcoming and very understanding. We don’t speak French and they are very patient. We really appreciate the architectural heritage and it has nothing to do with it. As we know, it’s good to change the scenery and discover another culture”Anthony explains.

“Wine is very good and cheap”

Yana, a 22-year-old Irish woman, and Mysia, a 21-year-old Scot, pose for a photo of each other smiling in front of the steps to Opera Beach.

“As soon as we graduated, we bought tickets to celebrate. After Paris, Lyon and Marseille, we arrived in Nice for a week. It’s our first time. We have to be at the beach. It’s very beautiful. We walk around the city, we go to the beach, the weather is very nice and warm, the wine is very good and cheap..

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