Music & Concert Tour To The Italian Riviera
A truly picturesque part of Italy with attractive coastal resorts, friendly audiences for your music group trip and only a stone’s throw from the Côte d’Azur.
Performance in the Amphitheatre in Ospedaletti
The footprint of a prehistoric man in the Toirano Caves
The medieval village of Dolceacqua
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
The resort of Sanremo was founded in Roman times in a large inlet on the western Ligurian coast, and is known as ‘The Pearl of the Riviera of the flowers’. It is famous for its perfect weather conditions for swimming, the “La Pigna” – a pedestrian-only medieval centre – and the picturesque harbour lined with cafes and restaurants.
Monaco has attracted international glitterati for more than a century thanks to its staunchly maintained independence and tax-free policy. Its capital, Monte Carlo, is a world-famous symbol of glamour, with a grand casino, royal castle, luxury shops, and chandeliered palace hotels. Students can mingle with the super-rich at its many museums, monuments and gardens.
The Caves are one of the major tourist attractions of the Italian Riviera with more than 150,000 visitors a year. The whole system consists of the caves “Grotta della Bàsura” (Witch’s cave), “Grotta del Colombo” (Pigeons Cave) and “Grotta di S. Lucia” (Cave of St. Lucia).
This museum houses a splendid assortment of works by Henri Matisse including his paper cut-outs of Blue Nude IV and Woman with Amphora. The permanent collection is displayed in a 17th-century Genoese villa overlooking the Parc des Arènes. Nearby is the Hotel Regina where Matisse lived. Temporary exhibitions are hosted in the futuristic basement building.
Explore the narrow winding streets of the Vieille Ville, a quaint neighborhood with a strong Italian influence. You can stop at the main square, Place Rossetti, for an ice cream. Then head up the hill past waterfalls, pools and gardens to take in great views from Le Chateau, a shaded hill and park named after a 12th-century château that was razed by Louis XIV.
Enjoy a day of fun on the water with a whole range of exhilarating slides, toboggans, rapids, and wave machines. Seasonal opening only.
This is the largest Aquarium in Europe, with 15,000 animals including manatees, seals, penguins, jellyfish, dolphins, sharks, Antarctic fish species – this is the only European structure to host them – and the colourful fish of the coral reef, in the largest bio-diversity exposition in Europe.
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