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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Recent Articles

  • Women’s World Cup semifinal: US vs England

    FIFA Women's trophy (c) FIFA via Getty ImagesFriday night’s Women’s World Cup quarter-finals match in Paris was presumably the most anticipated match since the beginning of the competition. The American team beat France 2-1, moving them on to the semi-final. Tomorrow’s match in Lyon sees a showdown between the US and England, followed by the Netherlands vs Sweden.

  • Heatwave breaks records across France

    The last two weeks of June brought a shocking heatwave across Europe. In France, many cities broke records with the highest recorded temperature in history. After red alerts in the last week of June, the end is in sight. The alert has been downgraded to orange for the Alpes-Maritimes with an expected end to the "canicule" Tuesday night, 2 July.

  • Artist Stefan Szczesny conquers the village of Les Baux-de-Provence

    Szczesny Exhibit in Les Baux-de-Provence (c) Stefan SzczesnyArtist Stefan Szczesny has conquered the village of Les Baux-de-Provence has been taken over with many and varied pieces of art. Stefan Szczesny, a Munich-born cosmopolitan artist who has lived in Saint Tropez for years, has come to make the village a stage for a quantitatively and qualitatively impressive art show.

  • Win tickets! St Tropez Classic Tennis Tour

    St Tropez Classic Tennis TourSome of the world's greatest tennis legends come to St Tropez for a friendly and fun tournament in a gorgeous setting. Riviera Insider has a few pairs of tickets for lucky winners to attend the Classic Tennis Tour on Saturday, 20 July. Read more for details.

  • Cannes Lions 2019: Internation Festival of Creativity

    Cannes LionsToday, 17 June is the start of Cannes Lions, considered the 'Oscars' of the advertising and marketing world. One of the biggest and most important festivals of the year, the city is deck-out in bright colours and filled with badge-wearing delegates. The Croisette is lined with stages for the coolest companies like Facebook, Google, Spotify, Pinterest and so many more. 

  • Take a tour behind the scenes of Nice Opera!

    Huge work surfaces are needed to build stage sets for operas or plays. Photo: Ville de NiceDo you enjoy the productions at the Nice Opera? Have you ever wondered how they get all those sets and costumes? Well, they are made here locally in Nice! Stage designs are built by expert carpenters, costumes are tailored, backdrops are painted and the actors and dancers have to rehearse for months. The "Diacosmie" is the gigantic workshop in west Nice where it all takes place under one roof. We are inviting a small group of subscribers to a guided tour followed by a cocktail!

  • New residential complex in Domaine de Saint-Endréol

    Domaine de St Endréol residenceSet in one of the Côte d’Azur’s most beautiful golf resorts, a small and pretty residential complex with twelve apartments is currently under construction in the immediate vicinity of the clubhouse, golf course, and spa facilities. 

  • Monaco Global Family Office Summit

    Anthony Ritossa (L) and Hadi Al Alawi (R) at the recent Ritossa Family Office Meeting in Monte Carlos. Al Alawi, a well-respected family business owner from Bahrain now runs a global peace projectRoyalty and billionaires will once again meet in Monte Carlo for the 9th Global Family Office Summit next week from 18-20 June. Riviera Insider discovers how Anthony Ritossa, the summit’s founder is revitalizing the myth of the French Riviera as a hub and a hideaway of the rich, royal and powerful.

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