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The city of Nice in France is the capital of the Alpes Maritimes department and is located on the south east coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea. The largest city in the French Riviera, it is appropriately called Nice la Belle meaning ‘Nice the Beautiful’, which in itself is a testament to the beauty that awaits any traveller on holiday to Nice. The city features many of the region’s most prestigious art galleries, incredible beaches and outstanding restaurants to ensure that any visitor on holiday to Nice has plenty of things to see and do. Travellers can visit, the Cours Saleya flower market, Parc du Chateau with its absolutely panoramic views, the operas, casinos or even book ferry trips to Monaco or Corsica. The world-renowned Promenade des Anglais features miles and miles of pebbly beaches to help you relax in total comfort while the plethora of restaurants will ensure that anyone on holiday to Nice will have a range of gastronomic delights to choose from. The shopping and nightlife scenes in Nice are both stand-alone attractions here. Book your next all-inclusive holiday packages via Travel Center and enjoy your holiday to Nice with our low cost flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking facilities. We at Travel Center are committed to ensuring that your holiday to Nice is a truly memorable one!
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British Airways, EasyJet, Air France, Brussels Airlines, TAP Portugal
Best Time to Travel
May to August
Modes of Transport
Bus, Taxi, Car
Currency Exchange Rate
1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT
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One of the world’s major carnival events, it is held every year in February and has been in existence since 1294. It attracts over a million visitors every year and lasts for about two weeks. The theme every year is different and artists create floats and figurines for the parades which last day and night.
This is the perfect place to take in the Riviera coastline and the city of Nice. It stands between Old Town and the Port of Nice. The ruins of this castle have been converted into a park that includes a manmade waterfall, playgrounds, lookout points and a café.
Promenade De Anglais
This famous promenade by the beach was built by beggars who came into Nice because of a harsh winter up north in 1820, it was a project that was proposed by the English who spent the winters in Nice in the second half of the 18th century. Today it is a common place for bicyclists and families to spend time.
Phoenix Parc Floral De Nice
The park here provides a botanical garden, a theme park, a zoo and Mayan temples all in one place. It is a popular place for families with young children but also has much to offer for the adults as well. There are musical fountains, picnic areas and an Asian Arts Musuem.
Located in the east of Nice, it stands at a 191 meters. Two of the most famous attractions here are the Chateau Del Anglais and the Grotto of Lazaret. The park at Mount Boron covers an area of 57 hectares and has picnic areas and sports tracks making it the perfect leisure area.
This 17th century aristocratic building is now a musical instrument museum and holds a collection of over 500 instruments making it the country’s second most important collection. It was first owned by the Vintimille – Lascaris family until the year 1802, after which in 1942 it was bought by the city of Nice for a museum. It was finally opened to the public in 1970 after refurbishments.
Opera De Nice
The principal opera venue in Nice, it offers Operas, Ballets and Classical concerts. It was first built in 1776 but after the city of Nice bought it from its owners in 1826, it was destroyed, rebuilt and inaugurated in 1828. After a major fire in 1881, another theatre was built on the same spot and was opened in 1885. This building is the same one that stands today.
Monument aux Morts
These French war memorials were built to remember the losses of World War 1. Since many French soldiers bodies were never sent home or never found, these war memorials filled the void of the individual grave or gravestone. That is the erason why many of these memorials wer built directly after the first World War because people wanted something from which to remember their lost men by.
The Blue Beach is a private beach where instead of sand there are pebbles. The beach offers sun loungers and parasols on hire. There are restaurants and shops around making it easy to have a meal or do some shopping while on the beach. Also available are activities such as parasailing, wakeboarding and kayaking.
Fine Arts Museum ( Musee des Beaux arts)
The paintings and sculptures on exhibition here range from the 13th to 20th centuries. It is a part of the first Municipal Musuem of Nice. The Musuem was moved to a 19th century villa in 1928. A few of the artists featured here include Monet, Renoir, Duffy and Sisley.