Recent Articles

  • Win tickets to the Salon International de l’Automobile de Monaco

    Riviera Insider has tickets for the upcoming Salon International de l’Automobile de Monaco to give away to winning readers.

  • 90 years of the Monument aux Morts

    The vast Monument aux Morts de Nice will mark its 90th anniversary today with a grand ceremony commemorating the 2,000 Niçois who died during World War I as well as those lost to the UK, USA, Italy and France as a whole.

  • In-flight simulation & English-language seminars

    Flying in a straight line sounds simple enough – once you are off the ground – but what about guiding a top-speed fighter jet through the Gorges du Verdon?

  • Nice: a land of sport

    With its azure waters and glamourous image, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Nice is a place of rest and relaxation. Far from it. In recent years, the city has established itself as the southern capital of sport and its reputation looks set to grow.

  • Vote for the best market in the south of France

    Who doesn’t love heading down to the market at the weekend for fresh produce and local ingredients? Almost every village, town and city has its own, but where's the best?

  • Club Vivanova’s 2018 Luxury Lifestyle Gala

    Join Club Vivanova for the benefit of the Foundation of Prince Albert II of Monaco, Chances for Children and TAF The Animal Fund in the presence of over 400 VIP partners, club members and friends (including an eclectic group of ambassadors and distinguished international business leaders) for a black-tie charity gourmet gala dinner with fashion and musical entertainment at the five-star Fairmont Monte Carlo on Saturday 10th March 2018.

  • Visa applications for non-EU homeowners in France: liberate yourself for good

    Bilingual lawyer Benjamin Kergueno, who operates offices in the heart of Nice as well as near the British Museum in London, shares his advice about cross-border inheritance. 

  • French income tax for non-residents

    Bilingual lawyer Benjamin Kergueno, who operates offices in the heart of Nice as well as near the British Museum in London, shares his advice about French income tax for non-French residents. 

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