Presentation of line 3: The Mayor of Nice presented the future third tram line. Crossings will be secured with traffic lights and new green areas will be created. The opening of a large park in this western part of the city is planned for next year.
From Friday 5 to Wednesday 10 April, Cannes is the host city for the second edition of CANNESERIES, the awards festival for television series.
Are you protected against theft? Whether home burglary or cyber attack, we are all susceptible to crime. How can you protect yourself? The Platinum Security Exhibition aims to answer this question. The first international "Platinum Security Exhibition" will be taking place in Monaco from 10 to 12 April at the Grimaldi Forum.
We have tickets to the Cannes Orchestra's performance of Eh bien, dansez maintenant! Under the direction of Benjamin Levy, the concert will feature Félicien Brut playing a series of lively music from the period between the two World Wars when the Parisian culture of the accordion flourished. Brut will also be playing the music of Thibault Perrine, Nino Rota, Richard Galliano and the evening will end with a special world premiere.
Club Vivanova hosts incredible events from gin tastings to champagne tastings to fashion shows on yachts. Their annual charity gala is their ultimate event and not one to miss. This year's gala will be held at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo on 6 April...and they still have tickets left.
Spend a glamorous and fun evening while raising serious funds. The local Anglophone cancer charity Mimosa Matters is pulling out all the stops for a truly magical evening with all the glitter and glamour befitting the French Riviera. Their annual black-tie charity gala is one of their biggest fundraising events and a great excuse to get fancy and have 'ball' at the same time. This year they are going all-out with a Masquerade Ball at the Hotel Negresco on 30 March. Tickets are still available!
Our expert lawyer gives good information on contractual labour laws and what rights you have as a foreign worker.
January and February, right in the depths of winter, can be the dreariest of months. Throughout northern Europe, a deep chill has set-in, people stay indoors to hide from the cold and sunshine is but daydream for many. Fortunately for us, the French Riviera offers a more temperate climate and bright sunshine almost every day. Not only can we still enjoy the outdoors, but thanks to our microclimate, the region comes alive with vibrant yellow mimosas, citrus fruits galore and little violets for all sorts of delicacies.