France is host country for the Ryder Cup in 2018. Le Golf National course, near Paris, will be the host venue. It will be the first time France has hosted the biennial Europe versus United States match and only the second time to be played on mainland Europe. The first was in 1997, when the late Seve Ballesteros captained Europe to a narrow victory at Valderrama in Spain. Ryder Cup 2018, France www.rydercup2018france.fr
The boutique Hotel Villa Rivoli, is located in the heart of the historical town center of Nice, France. It is 100 meters away from the beaches and the famous Promenade des Anglais with the Museum Massena. Only 3 min. walk away from the pedestrian shopping area and its numerous trendy bars and restaurants. The square Massena, leading to the old town of Nice with its flower market, quaint lanes and the opera is also close by. The beaches and the Promenade des Anglais are only 100 meters away from the Hotel Villa Rivoli. Also nearby is the enthralling Museum Massena, the pedestrian zone with its boutiques, restaurants and bars. The square Massena leading to the old town of Nice with its flower market, quaint lanes and opera is also not far away. Close by is the Central Railway Station in Nice. Not far away is the Russian church, the Museum of Beaux Arts where the old masters of Nice are exhibited.
The hotel was built around 1890 by the architect Monsieur Blanchi, born in Nice. He is renowned for his constructions of the Belle Epoque. The former Hotel “Pavillon de Rivoli” was built for a clientele “bourgoise” who came several months to stay during the winter time. A that period Nice was mostly know for its winter season and only few hotels had opened during the summer month.The “Belle Epoque” of the French Riviera. In 1888, Stephen Liegeard invents the name “French Riviera”. It becomes then the inescapable and popular meeting of the world elite, the winter, then the summer. It From these brilliant years, we still have testimonials to a life-style that will always remain an illustrious part of the Côte d’Azur’s heritage.
Nice is located between Cannes and Monaco, only 45 minutes away from Italy. It’s the heart of one of the most visited regions in the world : the Cote d’Azur or French Riviera. This central position is a majour asset for discovering the region through different aspects: gastronomy – art – nature – sport. Nice itself, offers a great choice of museums and galleries: Matisse, Chagall, Modern Art. The best known places to visite along the coast and in the hillside are within a radius of 60 miles at most from the Place Massena. The diversity of the mountain areas surrounding Nice is ideal for sports such as hiking, pony-trekking, mountain-biking, canyonning, para-gliding, golf, “via ferrata”, speleology, fishing .
Hotel Villa Rivoli 10, rue de Rivoli, 06000, Nice, France Tel. +33 (0)4 93 88 80 25 Fax +33 (0)4 93 88 96 28
How to get to the Hotel Villa Rivoli by car: Promenade des Anglais, straight on, turn left before the Hotel Negresco into street Cronstadt, go straight on, 2nd on your right = Maréchal Joffre, take next on your right = Rue de Rivoli.
Train station: Cross the street, go into rue Berlioz always straight on = 10 min. walk
Nice’s Airport Shuttle bus from the airport : Please, take the bus number: 98 (terminal I and terminal II) in direction of city center, Go of stop: Gambetta, then walk along the Promenade des Anglais to the hotel Negresco, Beside the main entrance the rue de Rivoli starts: straight on, around 100 m, on your right: Pavillon de Rivoli, Nr. 10 rue de Rivoli.
Allianz Riviera stadium (Stade de Nice) was one of the venues for the UEFA Euro 2016 event and hosted the following soccer matches:
12 June 2016 – 1800 Poland v Northern Ireland (Group C)
17 June 2016 – 2100 Spain v Turkey (Group D)
22 June 2016 – 2100 Sweden v Belgium (Group E)
27 June 2016 – 2100 Runner-up Group B v Runner-up Group F (Round of 16)
The multi-use stadium in Nice, France is used mostly for soccer matches of host team OGC Nice and also for occasional home matches of rugby union club Toulon. The stadium has a capacity of 35,624 people but it is capable of accommodating up to 45,000 spectators for concerts, operas and large-scale shows. The stadium’s opening was on 22 September 2013. The stadium also houses the Musee National de Sport a collection of greatest sporting exploits from each era displayed through an innovative and immersive indoor display. See the football used in the World Cup 1998 final, Marcel Cerdan’s gloves, Jean-Claude Killy’s skis, Yannick Noah’s racket and the Olympic torches. The exhibition includes atmospheric sound installations, film projections and interactive challenges included an F1 car to test your driving skills.
Allianz Riviera http://www.allianz-riviera.fr/en
Musee National de Sport http://www.museedusport.fr
Nice Tourism http://en.nicetourisme.com
Atout France http://uk.france.fr
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