Vieux La Turbie
Vieux La Turbie
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fiamma11
Tysons Corner, VA4,919 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2020
If your knees are a problem, then skip Eze and stop at La Turbie instead. The streets and houses and Roman monuments are beautiful. Our family loved a short walk on the ancient Roman road. Totally delightful. If driving the corniches, do take time for a stop.
Written March 25, 2021
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Barry C
Titusville, PA295 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
I would not make a special visit to La Turbie just to see the old part of town. Nearby EZE is far more interesting! But there are lots of little restaurants in La Turbie (more than in Eze); so if you find yourself here, a half hour wandering through the old part of town is fascinating. I do NOT recommend doing it at night because it is easy to get lost amidst the winding alleyways.
Written June 10, 2018
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Niki B
Athens221 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Couples
I loved this old village from the first sight.. A peaceful atmosphere, flowers everywhere, lovely cats all around staring at you with mysterious eyes... I have visited many places in the are, all nice and beautiful.. but none so real as La Turbie...
Another plus is the way to get there... La Grande Corniche is absolutely the most amazing road in the region... Terrific views, forest everywhere, and peace...
Written October 29, 2017
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GrnMtnGirl79
New England639 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016
We would not pay to get into the archaeological area but we absolutely loved this little town. It's not a place we would want to spend days in but you could definitely spend a half day here, strolling the old town, looking over the views to the water, and then taking a bus down to Monaco to enjoy a contrasting city experience.
Written May 2, 2016
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Kathyindenver
Denver, CO366 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016
While you are pausing for the incredible views west of the Trophy of the Alps, or south of the town parking, this little town is worthwhile.
Written March 31, 2016
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Claudia D
Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina1,105 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015
Thos little place is excellente to visit in a short time, but the best of all is that if you search the begging of the path that take the trekkers to the sea; you can see Monaco from the "very top". Is unbelievable!!! Go up as much as you can and you will see some rocks, go to the left side with careful, and THERE IT IS!!! Monaco for you!!!
Written February 2, 2015
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VitPetersburg
Russia139 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Family
Mainly there is one attraction in the La Turbie - the one of the two existing Roman Trophee outside of current Italian borders - Via Aurelia part!

Overall the town is lovely and if you not interestied in tourist crowded Eze next to and would like to have a great view on the State of Monaco - La Turbie is deffenetly worth visiting - you need to park auto outside - close to pannoramic view of the bay of monaco and account of ca 2 hours for the town with some stops and anothr 1,5 hours for the Trophee if you want to spend 7 euro to go inside.
Written February 26, 2013
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mingfatsai
Grand Island, NE4,611 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2021
A cute, authentic, medieval town with a deep history. Residents are friendly and helpful here. Poor Princess Grace died in an auto accident on the hillside access road from Monte Carlohere decades ago. But she had a farm up here for a reason. It's remote, quiet, and has drop-dead gorgeous views (no pun intended). There is a fantastic view point fronting the Trophee parking lot that lets you look out over Monaco and eastward down the Mediterranean coast. The wall of stones demarcating the view circle provide an interesting sound effect from the center point. Try it out!
Written October 7, 2021
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LagunaBeachTraveller
Laguna Beach, CA8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
La Turbie is one of the most AUTHENTIC, untouched medieval villages on the south coast of France. Not many villagers can claim to have a 2000-year-old Roman monument in their village, which is overlooking Monaco. Hostellerie Jerome, a 2 Star Michelin restaurant and it’s fabulous and casual bistro Cafe de la Fontane are a bonus! Did I mentioned it was only 25 minutes from Nease Airport?
Written August 8, 2020
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Terry D
Castle Cove, Australia2,067 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
If you are travelling the Grand Corniche then do stop in for a quick look. The old town is a small area within the main town & really isn't all that interesting
Written April 11, 2019
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