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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.




Recent Articles

  • Cannes Imperial Apartments: Good quality at a good price

    Cannes Imperial Exclusive ApartmentsWhen looking for a holiday rental, it is often not easy to find a property on par with the quality of your own home. Riviera Insider spoke with the founder of Cannes Imperial Apartments, which offers visitors top-quality, clean and tasteful apartment rentals in Cannes.

  • 72nd Festival de Cannes

    For its 72nd year, the Cannes Film Festival kicks off this Tuesday, 14 May. Who’s who in international film will be descending on Cannes for the most glamorous festival of the year. The Opening Ceremony on 14 May will be broadcast by Canal +, as well as in partner cinemas. Actor and director Edouard Baer will be the Master of Ceremonies and the Jury President, Alejandro González Iñárritu, will present the Palme d’Or during the closing ceremony on 25 May.

  • Sculpter Pablo Reinoso exhibits at the Polygone Riviera

    Pablo Reinoso, Banc d’amarrage, 2015 - Acier peint - 1230 x 380 x 225 cm © Florian KleinefennThis summer the Polygone Riviera is hosting the fifth edition of their summer art programme, an open-air art installation with renowned Argentine sculptor, Pablo Reinoso. The exhibit, titled “Supernatural” will take over the four corners of the shopping centre from 19 June to 14 October, recalling the flowing nature upon which the Polygone sits.

  • TOP MARQUES: The ultimate supercar show

    Pininfarina Battista Photo: Top MarquesThe highly anticipated car show with the top of the top supercars returns to the Principality this month. This year's Supercar fair will take place from 30 May to 3 June at the Grimaldi Forum. Early announcements were made by ultimate luxury brands such as Pagani, Aston Martin, McLaren, Ferrari, Bugatti, Bentley, Porsche and Lamborghini.

  • Monaco’s E-Prix is home turf!

    Formula E - a sustainable alternative to Formula 1 - is back in the Principality! On Saturday, 11 May, the high-tech electric cars will race for the third time over part of the Formula 1 circuit. 

    Diriyah_Credit Spacesuit Media  VENTURIFormula E - a sustainable alternative to Formula 1 - is back in the Principality! On Saturday, 11 May, the high-tech electric cars will race for the third time over part of the Formula 1 circuit. Local Electric car manufacturer and Formula E team, Venturi, is pure Monegasque – building, testing and tweaking right here in the Principality. This Monegasque racing team hand-picked by owner Gildo Pallanca Pastor, has been dubbed the “Dream Team” with drivers Edoardo Mortara and Felipe Massa and Irish Team Principal, Susie Wolff.

  • IAE Nice: Executive MBAs for professionals

    The renowned IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, founded in 1966, has almost 1,400 students. With numerous programmes and impressive partnerships all over the world, the Université Côte d’Azur's public business school is one of the top addresses for young people who want to make the most of their professional lives. The prestigious school also offers an Executive MBA, designed for working professionals. 

  • Amber Lounge: The hottest way to experience the Monaco Grand Prix

    Amber Lounge MonacoAmber Lounge is the premier VIP spot for viewing the Monaco Grand Prix or for partying it up in style afterward. Starting from early in the day and lasting long into the night, Amber Lounge is where you can rub elbows with models, chart-topping singers, A-list celebrities and perhaps even royalty. And the post-race after party is the only place you’ll be able to party with Formula-1 drivers.

  • Mimosa Kids Fun Run: Children helping children

    Mimosa Kids Fun Run c. Mimosa MattersThe Côte d'Azur's favourite cancer charity is hosting their second annual Kids Fun Run, allowing children of all ages to contribute to the cause in their own way. Immensley successful at the first event in 2018, this year is sure to build on that.