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Menton, Côte d'Azur with TranslatorsCafe.com

Find interpreters in Menton: http://www.translatorscafe.com/tcutils/search/?op=search&lop=any&cn=60&city=menton&rg=&rgab=&lat=&long=&cg=0&kw=&vlop=any&vog=A&vok=&ru=720&order=7 The old town perched on a hill features narrow medieval lanes. It is very well kept and preserved. We walked through the old town in an uphill direction until we reached the cimetière du Vieux-Château also known as Menton Castle Cemetery. For some, out of season, Menton is a ghost town. For us, it’s a peaceful and friendly place because we prefer the quiet streets to the summer bustle of Nice or Cannes. From Menton, it’s easy to reach other towns on the French Riviera. For example, you can take a day trip to Monaco and Nice or go to Eze Village. Italy is very close! You can just walk to Italy from Menton — the Italian border is only two kilometers away from the old town. It takes mere 15 minutes to get to the nearest Italian town Ventimiglia by train. From there, a train can take you to San Remo or even to Genoa. Equipment used: Canon 5D MkII with Flycam HD 3000 Camera Stabilizer, Canon EF 16-35mm and Zenitar-M2.8/16 Fisheye lenses.

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