There are a great many things to do and see in Nice. Part of its uniqueness and its charm is that it has something of interest to offer almost everyone of every age. You may be interested in Nice's history and culture, want to explore the galleries and museums, or you may be looking for a beach holiday and want to spend the days whiling away your time with your family.
People are usually very surprised by Monaco, they are either disappointed that it is not literally paved with gold or enthralled at how tiny it is nestled between the blue waters of the Mediterranean and the sheer cliffs of the Alpes Maritimes. It is simply one of the most unique and interesting countries in the world. In order to not be disappointed you have to remember that Monaco is a working, functioning town with lots of young people living and working there too, not just millionaires holed up in fancy pads.
St Tropez is all about the beach but the town has great history and there are so many places and things to see and explore. It's a great shopping town too, with lots of unique little boutique shops selling everything from top designers
The Corniches stretch across an area over 20 kilometres in length and is home to 8 seaside and mountain top villages. It was one of the last areas on the French Riviera to be accessed due to the difficult terrain and it remained a wild and enticing area while many of the larger coastal towns were under heavy development during the last century.
Well there's little doubt that Cannes is most famous for its International Film Festival which draws a huge crowd of both tourists and industry visitors not to mention the attention of the world's media. It's not all there is to this surprisingly small town on the Riviera though.