March/April issue of Riviera Insider free of charge

Riviera Insider March.April 2020 editionWe are certainly facing an unprecedented moment in the world! To ensure that you receive the current issue of Riviera Insider during the corona crisis, we are making it available online free of charge. We want to make sure that even though you are housebound, you can still read the articles and interviews that we work so hard to bring you.

 

 

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  • Immediate affects of Brexit for British nationals

    Brexit RefBrexit became effective at midnight on 31 January. The French Ministry of the Interior sent out a press release a few hours before concerning British citizens residing in France. It provides a brief outlining of what does and does not immediately change and gives dates and websites relevant to permit requirements. Clearly, France knows that there are thousands of Britons in a state of disbelief and concern for their future.

  • People & Baby nursery Open House

    People & BabyPeople & Baby tri-lingual nursery (English/French/Italian) is helping international families by taking the stress out of moving to France with small children. To inaugurate their new Biot location, they are having an open house on 6 February at 6:30 pm. 

  • Mimosa Coffee morning

    To mark World Cancer Day on 4 February, local cancer charity, Mimosa Matters, is working to make the traditional 'Coffee Morning' big in the Côte d'Azur! They have a section on their website to get you set up with flyers and tips so that you can set-up your own gathering with friends, neighbours or co-workers.

  • Carnival and winter festivals in the French Riviera

    It's Carnival time! And with it come some of the best and most beautiful celebrations of winter bounty, from the citrus fruits in Menton to the cheery Mimosa flowers painting the hills bright yellow to the tasty violets up in Tourrettes-sur-Loup. Here is our round-up of February Festivals.

  • 44th Monte-Carlo Circus Festival

    Monte-Carlo Circus FestivalFor the 44th consecutive year, the best acrobats in the world gather in Monaco from 16 - 26 January to strut their stuff and wow audiences. On the 1st and 2nd of February, the famous big top also hosts the 9th New Generation Competition for young circus acts. 

  • Happy New Year from the editor

    New Year 2020Happy 2020 everyone! It’s not only a new year, but it’s also a new decade. And what a decade we leave behind! There have been so many changes and even disasters, it’s hard to keep up - this past year alone has been a whirlwind, especially politically. From the Gilets Jaunes to the ongoing Brexit saga, snap elections, the impeachment of the US President, a ‘soft’ coup in Brazil, and narrowly escaping a trade war...there was a lot of turmoil in 2019. 

    But now we head into a new decade and our first issue of 2020 is out now. Here's a wrap-up of what you'll find inside...

  • Baie des Lumières: Chinese culture & lantern festival

    Baie des Lumieres, NiceFrom 29 November 2019 to February 23, 2020, Parc Phoenix will be lighting up the French Riviera with a special Chinese lantern festival. Baie des Lumières, or ‘Nice, Bay of Lights,’ is a massive production of 550  hand-built lanterns depicting Chinese folklore and ancient tradition. Designed as a journey through Chinese traditions and know-how, the park will be illustrated by scenes of daily life and magical landscapes.

  • Where to celebrate Thanksgiving on the Côte d'Azur 2019

    For many Americans, Thanksgiving is the preferred holiday of the year. When living abroad, the arrival of cool days and changing leaves bring out the nostalgia for pumpkin flavoured treats and a longing for feasting around a table with lots of friends and a giant roasted turkey. It’s a holiday that is ingrained in the American psyche and for this reason, wherever American ex-pats dwell, there is bound to be a Thanksgiving celebration.

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