Bristol-based pioneers Massive Attack are to headline this summer’s Nice Jazz Festival, which will be celebrating its 70th anniversary. Performing in the heart of the city in Place Masséna on 19th July, the concert will be a great opportunity to see one of the original acts from the trip-hop era.
When summer arrives, will you be heading for the beach or the freshness of the mountains? If it’s the latter, you’ll be happy to hear that, for the first time, Aéroport Toulon Hyères will be operating bi-weekly SWISS flights between the Var and Geneva from June to September (in addition to the current weekly Air France flight).
Ensuing bad weather conditions have led the Ville de Nice to close access to certain parts of the city’s coastline from 2pm today.
A new project for the New Year… Most of us start with at least one resolution and, at Riviera Insider, ours for 2018 is getting to know our readers better. We want to know how we can improve our service as the only independent English-language print publication for the region and find out what you think of our magazine and how you read it.
American Grammy award-winner Lenny Kravitz has become the first artist to confirm his presence at the 2018 Jazz à Juan, which will be taking place from 14th to 22nd July.
Bilingual lawyer Benjamin Kergueno, who operates offices in the heart of Nice as well as the British Museum in London, shares his advice about cross-border inheritance.
As The New York Times names Designing Dreams: A Celebration of Léon Bakst one of the best art books of 2017, we’ve been looking back on our article about the exhibition (which took place at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco's Villa Sauber from October 2016 to January 2017)... Such colour and theatre!
According to the World Health Organisation, one person drowns every 85 seconds and many of the victims are children. As a former Olympic swimmer who often talks of her love of the water, this statistic has had a profound effect on Princess Charlene. Since launching a foundation in her own name in December 2012, Monaco’s South African princess has worked tirelessly in Europe, on her native continent and around the world to ‘combat this scourge’.