Art De Vivre – French Culture Experience


French Art de Vivre fully immerses you into traditional, historic French culture. Take a step back in time and learn about one of the most iconic periods in French history, the Belle Époque period. Explore the grounds of one of the most decadent estates in the country, the Villa of Rothschild’s baroness. This tour gives you an insight most won't get, into the heritage and the culture of France.

In order to immerse yourself in French culture, discover one of the most famous “Folie” on the French Riviera: Villa of Rothschild’s baroness, in the heart of prestigious Cap Ferrat peninsula. This gem will take you back to the “Belle Époque” period amongst the splendour, exuberance and luxury of the keen eye for detail and taste of the Baroness.

You will then take the time to go for a spin to awake your senses across the nine botanical gardens.

Then, because Art de vivre is also lively with discussions on terraces, conviviality and sharing, part of French gastronomy, appreciate a gourmet-break (coffee or tea plus sweet petits-fours included) in the sitting room between the French gardens, musicals fountains and Ville franche’s bay.

Afterwards, you’ll go off to explore the billionaire’s peninsula, formerly Europeans Aristocrat’s playground.

What's Included

  • Bilingual professional guide
  • The costs of tolls parking
  • Mineral water
  • Afternoon tea

What's Not Included

  • Cost of gourmet break and entrance to villa Rothschild at the Villa – Supplement of 23 Euros.

Other Information

Departure Details

Pick up can be organised for those staying in hotels with the location postcodes of 06000, 06100, 06200 or 06300

Languages : Always on request (French / English / Spanish / Russian / Italian / Arabic / German)

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  1. Dani

    Saturday 15th June, 2019
    Wonderful experience on this tour! Our tour guide and driver, Andreas really made this tour a special one. He was very punctual, professional, funny, friendly and helpful. I realized quickly that driving a van through the narrow streets of France is no easy feat and Andreas did it with ease.