Eze is a village situated between Nice and Monaco which is positioned on top of a cliff. Besides its spectacular views, it is famous for having inspired the writer Friedrich Nietzsche to write, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra". The botanical garden is on its peak and the views you get from there are amazing, the best on the French Riviera. I entered by a fluke, because I had a good walk that day and thought that the people would no longer be able to surprise me anymore. Well I was really wrong. With its sculptures by Jean-Philippe Richard, the Botanical Garden invites you to enjoy the silence and mother nature.
The sea blends into the sky from the window of the magical restaurant,The Eagle's Nest, in the village of Eze. Who could not look, to one side and to the other of that belltower? Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo ... Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborginni.. But above all the smell of this magnificent town, unknown to me until a few days ago. Eze: essential.
In the center of the village of Eze, we found this church, easily distinguished by its beautiful facade, which is painted yellow. You can visit the inside for free, so it is worth stopping by there to see it, as it is very nice and in it you can find numerous interesting paintings
The small train station of Eze, is situated in the lower part of town, right at the start of the walking trail that leads into the town, which takes half an hour or so. Leaving the station there is also a bus stop connecting it with the town, as well as to other places of interest in the area such as Nice, Monaco and Menton. The station building is painted red, so you can not miss it.