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Turin To Toulon late Aug/Early Sept

Hi Guys, I saw another post on this site and thought there were some good tips offered so i thought i'd give it a crack.
Myself and the wife will be travelling from Novara (via Turin) to Toulon to meet a relative. We want to stop in and around the following (Nice, Cannes, Monaco) and perhaps surroundings if ppl can offer alternatives that are better. We were thinking of basing ourselves in Nice and then either day trips or night overs in some of the town.
We are still undecided on whether to drive or train, but sort of leaning towards getting a train from Turin to Nice then perhaps picking up a car in Nice.
Roughly have about 4-5 days to work with (and then an extra 2 or so days around Toulon).
If anyone can offer suggestions on how to schedule this trip would be great and any things worthy of seeing. We are the type that love historical buildings, a bit of art, great food, nice sunshine and great beaches, and also might dabble in a bit of shopping.
Cheers Oz Dan

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