Get a splendid view on the bay of Villefranche and your cruise ship (picture stop).
Your next stop will be the typical medieval village of Eze which is perched on top of a hill overlooking the sea (1200 feet above the sea). Walk to the top where a garden setting view point overlooks the mediterranean sea and, if you like perfumes, why not enjoying the fragrances of Provence at the nearby Fragonard perfume factory ? (free visit).
Continue to the Principality of Monaco. Visit the old city of Monaco, with the palace of the Prince and the cathedral where Prince Rainier and Princess Grace got married. Enjoy the changing of the guards at noon. Drive one lap of the world famous Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit to reach Monte-Carlo and the famous Casino, the Golden Square, the very nice Hotel de Paris and hotel Hermitage. Feel this luxury and chic atmosphere before going on to Provence.
Saint-Paul de Vence. Walk on the town's medieval walls and through its narrow main street to enjoy all the art galleries and boutiques.
Many painters and actors have decided to live here because of the artistic atmosphere.
Then drive to the city of Nice along the "Promenade des Anglais" and its popular beach to end up in the old town of Nice built from the 13th century, free time to enjoy the flower market square.
Drive back to your cruise ship.
Note that the Grand Casino of Monte-Carlo requires a passport or ID for entry (minimum 18 yo). The casino offers several rooms : the slot machines room entrance is free of charges and others require a 10€ entrance fee and a decent and respectful dressing (dress for ladies and tie and jacket for men; same dress code in all rooms after 8pm).
The other casino on the square, "Casino Café de Paris", is casual and entrance free.
Notes on museums - In France (not in Monaco) all the museums are closed on Tuesday. Entrance is free the first Sunday of every month.
Free soft drinks