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Piedmont vs Provence for 3 days in February

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We are 2 adults and an easy-going 10-year-old, flying into Milan in February, with a plan to spend a few days on the French Riviera, with a base in Nice. (Plan to be there for the Nice Carnival and the Menton Limon festival)

We have 2 or 3 days left over, either before or after, that would allow us to either head to Provence (and will take us out of the way, since we have to return to Milan.) I originally planned to do that, but now I'm wondering if perhaps it's better to stay in Piedmont and explore.

We'd like history, art, nature/hiking, and to eat well, for sure! Want to vary our activities, and make sure the kid is entertained.

Would very much appreciate your suggestions -- Piedmont or Provence in Feb? And if in Piedmont, what would be best for 2-3 days? Esp given that we'd like to contrast with French riviera side.

Thank you!

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