Looking to escape to the South of France? The country’s southeastern coast—also known as the French Riviera or the Cote d’Azur—is set along a sun-drenched stretch of the Mediterranean where the herb-infused gastronomy of Provence meets the A-lister playgrounds of Saint-Tropez and Cannes and the glamour of Monte-Carlo in adjacent Monaco.
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The spa city of Vichy and Nice on the Med are on the UNESCO list…
Nice joins France’s more than 40 world heritage sites, which include the banks of the river Seine in Paris, the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Amiens, the Mont Saint-Michel and stretches of the Loire Valley.
Officials hope that the sought-after title will help diversify the region’s tourism. A stunning location nestled between the mountains and the Mediterraean, a state of the art airport, and of course, a century-old architectural and urban heritage.
After Cordouan’s lighthouse and Vichy last Saturday, Unesco has added the French Mediterranean city of Nice to its world heritage list.
The United Nation’s cultural organisation (UNESCO) said on Tuesday that it had added the French Mediterranean city of Nice to its world heritage list.