Welcome to Nice
Nice, capital of the French Riviera is one of the most cosmopolitan but friendly and compact Cities in France. Here, the happiness of Nice's residents and visitors, is obvious to all.
With over 300 days of sunshine a year, its own, distinct gastronomy, a stunning beach promenade facing a vast choice of hotels, Nice is a stunning combination of old (Vieux Nice) and new. The old city is particularly special, narrow, streets, boutique shops and restaurants form an enchanting yet relaxing combination. Sitting out, on one of its many terraces for a breakfast croissant in the sunshine is our recommended start to the day. Afterwards you may choose to either peruse the unique markets, drive to one of the near by mountainous villages or simply relax on the beach and enjoy the scenic views.
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Nice continues to be the favorite holiday destination for travelers around the world that want to enjoy the warm weather of South of France. With many exceptional historical sites, Nice remains one of the world's cities most famous and desired tourist destinations.
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The Promenade des Anglais, the little coastal road that was then used by about 100 English families ad their carriages ...
Vieux Nice is Nice's most colourful neighbourhood - tiny serpentine alleys where countless shops, galleries and restaurants nestle among the ...
The Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Nice (Cathédrale Orthodoxe Russe Saint-Nicolas de Nice) is a Russian Orthodox cathedral, and a national monument ...
This popular hillside park in the promenade area provides a very pleasant alternative when the crowds in the city are ...
What’s so special about the Nice Jazz Festival? We recommend going there to find out! It’s a festive tradition that stems right back to 1974, when the American Francophile, George Wein created the ‘Grande Parade de Jazz. This year, the event will no longer be held at that scenic place, however, whereever it is, the [...]
The promenade between the old town and the sea is known as Cours Saleya, the site of Nice’s main market. Famous residents like Matisse, who lived at the end of the Cours in a big yellow house (No 1: it has snarling faces of plaster lions protruding from it), and Chagall loved the city and [...]
The price of Nice hotels can break nearly any budget, however Nice still has many clean hotels with a variety of amenities, and friendly service, still under £40 per night in the low season. As all budget hotels are often fully booked, especially during the summer, before Christmas and around the Nice Carnival, our advice [...]
Tourists and locals enjoy the warm, dry weather and long beaches of Nice most of the year. Nearly all the beaches in Nice stretch along the sweep of the bay between Rauba Capau and the airport at the other end of the Promenade des Anglais. Restaurants and boat rental shops can also be found all [...]
For many people, the idea of travelling for Christmas can be almost intimidating. After all, the holiday season is traditionally a time to enjoy the comforts of home, perhaps with some cheerful decorations and delicious holiday recipes. But at the same time, travelling to an interesting destination can be a great way to totally relax [...]