Introducing Nice

When vacationing in France, be sure to visit the Southern port capital of Nice, located on the French Riviera. Here is a Nice travel guide that will give you a majority of the information you need to know about the city and what types of things you can do there while on holiday.

Top Nice Attractions

The city in itself is considered an attraction, with its Roman ruins and chateaus, medieval heritage, Russian Cathedrals, vibrant turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, scrumptious dining and art-deco architecture in hues of pinks, greens, blues and yellows. Visit Old Nice, or Vieux Nice in French, a popular area of the city with both locals and tourists, offering more historic buildings and architecture, many home-made cuisine restaurants, lots of boutiques for shopping, as well as a daily market where you can buy fresh flowers, foods, souvenirs and more. Walk the Promenade des Anglais in the heart of the city, active with both locals and tourists and lined with lush palm trees, located right next to the beautiful beaches. Nice also has a variety of museums to visit including the Matisse Museum, the Cimiez Museum of Archeology, the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum and the Russian Church.

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