The elegant imperial city is as surprising as it is inviting for a long ramble. Start by wandering the ancient streets with delight. You can choose to walk or hop on the "petit train" to soak up the ambiance of the old town where the colourful facades conceal true cultural gems. Close to the fabled cathedral and the citadel you will discover the Musée National de la Maison Bonaparte, where the emperor was born. Deeper into the city stands the Palais Fesch-Musée des Beaux-Arts, home for one of the largest collections of art in France. Facing the museum you will find the birth house of singer Tino Rossi, second darling child of the city. Then why not walk back to the port for a pause at the quiet terraces before heading to the unmissable "Quartier des étrangers" and perhaps end your visit with the striking cemetery by the sea on the road of the Sanguinaires islands. Ajaccio will daze you with its effervescent night life, Ajaccini parties are beautiful, what are you waiting for?