In September, my gangs and i will have a short trip to Italy and France. We are changing one of our destination from Turin to Genoa / San Remo or Nice.
Please advise me that between
- Sanremo with a stop at Genoa en route transferring from Florence
- or Nice with a stop at Monte Carlo en route
which one is better for foods, sight, and value (we have tight budget)?
Thanks in advance
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