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Top Things to Do in Nice

Things to Do in Nice

Top Attractions in Nice

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What travellers are saying

  • Sally6
    New Orleans, LA418 contributions
    Old Town Nice is one of the highlights of Nice. Their are so many restaurants and cafes. At night it is so much fun and busy!

    Written 4 July 2022
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  • Eurotraveler110
    Munich, Germany995 contributions
    I saw this beautiful castle as I was walking along the Corniche. It immediately drew my attention, as a steady stream of people from around the world excitedly climbed, either by stairs, or alternately using an elevator. The views are spectacular, and as an added surprise, there was a verdant and beautiful yard where families gathered to relax.
    There were several play areas for kids, and a delicious "snack bar"that served a huge variety of delicious and high quality foods and drinks including coffees, ways, and soft drinks.

    This is a must see!
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Rustydancer
    Enniscorthy, Ireland460 contributions
    There are plenty of seats along the promenade to rest along your early morning walk or stroll. The colour of the sea, the boats, the paragliders. Cafe abound for a snack. It’s clean, surprisingly inexpensive. You can also rent a sun bed and read your book in a healthy clean environment.
    Written 30 June 2022
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  • Rustydancer
    Enniscorthy, Ireland460 contributions
    Marc Chagall, an early modernist who created a wide range of artistic formats. Our tour guide in the Chagall Musee explained how he loved the circus gymnasts and painted upside down figures in his paintings as a homage to them. His blues and pinks adorn the Musee’s walls. There’s a lovely one of his wife Vava Brodsky. He truly understood colour.
    He synthesised the art form of Cubism, Symbolism and Fauvism leading the way for the ultimate Surrealism. The piece de resistance was in the theatre, his beautiful stain glass windows, where the light is ever changing. In such a beautiful setting any performance by an artist would be enhanced.
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • thegilbertros
    London, UK47 contributions
    Recommend a visit to this beautiful cathedral. The architecture is amazing. Worth spending 10 minutes inside to appreciate the wonderful morals / paintings.
    Like others have said, no information on the history or artwork inside the Cathedral.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Traveler O
    Washington DC, DC662 contributions
    Nice open square to walk through and admire the buildings and layout. Lots of eateries and shops in the area as well, and you can transit this area when walking to the waterfront.
    Written 28 June 2022
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  • SIMM0
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates346 contributions
    Absolutely loved this market, all the fresh produce and gorgeous flowers everywhere.
    Truffles and every kind of mushroom you can imagine as well as sauces and tapenades.
    Fresh breads and pastries and oils, a foodie heaven. There was other interesting bits on sale too like hand crafted baskets and bags as well as art and jewellery. This is a must for sure.
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • ogerkan
    New York City, NY4,323 contributions
    Located in Old Town, Cathedrale Sainte-Reparate is very unassuming from the outside but you need to appreciate the ornate interior.
    Written 4 May 2022
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  • Luisguiper
    Bogota, Colombia1,016 contributions
    Entrance fee to this museum was €$10 (it also included access to other museums like the Matisse one and the Photography one), valid for 24 hours as of the time of purchase; it did not include the Chagall museum. Ground floor level shows the main elegant rooms and furniture, second level was devoted to different articles like statuettes, old-fashioned clothing, pictures and others, and third level to French movies history. The first level was nice, the second one not so appealing to me, and the third one very interesting for the pictures, movie films posters, some videos, and camera equipment through the years of French movies. The construction of the Villa started late in the 19th century, and it was concluded in 1901 in a neoclassical style with Italian influence. I spent like an hour for this visit. There is a beautiful garden surrounding the house, and chairs are available for relaxing. Toilettes available at the entrance of the house, also a cloakroom for bags and stuff.
    Written 20 May 2020
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  • sseansully
    Naples, FL301 contributions
    WE stayed three nights at an airbnb on Rue Napoleon just a couple of blocks from Palace Garibaldi, which is a happening place. Very active, lots of bars and restaurants. Tram stop right there, so very convenient.
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Moriello
    Bucharest, Romania38 contributions
    We recommend this forest road because it allowed us a romantic getaway far from noise and people, calm and quiet
    Written 2 September 2021
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  • OZS_ATW
    Budapest, Hungary2,396 contributions
    We went by tram to the Phoenix Parc Floral de Nice from the downtown.
    The staff was nice and the park was interesting. There were nice eateries inside.
    The entrance fee was reasonable (EUR 5.40/adult).
    The only disadvantage of this park was that it was sometimes very noisy (and the air was not so clean) due to the proximity of the Nice airport.
    Written 14 April 2022
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  • Travelingjohn123
    Peterlee, UK2,286 contributions
    Nice church right in the middle of the main shopping street. Great location but somehow I expected this church to be better than it was. It literally is a 5 minute, in and out church, and I expected more of one of the main churches in the city
    Written 13 August 2020
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  • Dragan Petrović
    Munich, Germany1,091 contributions
    Cimiez Monastery is located 3.3 km up to the north from the main city square in Nice. The easiest way to reach the location is taking a bus number 33 towards Cimiez Hospital.
    The monastery dates back to VIII century, but the church itself is from XV century. In addition to the magnificent Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, you will be surprised with the impressive gardens. Next to the monastery there is a cemetery with some famous burials like Henri Matisse, Raoul Dufy and Roger Martin du Gard.
    Around the monastery there are some well known attractions such as Matisse Museum, Archeological Museum with the ruins of the Roman Town of Cemenelum, Cimiez Arena and Regina Hotel which was built as a winter residency for the British queen Victoria.
    Monastery and the neighbourhood itself is an absolutely worth a visit.
    Written 11 August 2021
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  • fulltimeholidayer
    London, UK357 contributions
    We chose this beach club as it was windy and we noticed that this little corner was sheltered and also the water was calmer. Other beach clubs were having to take down parasols and everything was blowing everywhere.
    We had a lovely day the food drinks and service all excellent. Recommend booking as it gets very busy. We booked online and paid on arrival.
    It's quite steep getting in and out the sea but there's a helpful rope to use. Water shoes are a must, available in all the tourist shops.
    Nice background music, not super loud, just right.
    The lifeguard was really helpful when my husband got stung by a jellyfish giving advice and put some cream on.
    The only negative is that it is on the pricey side here, but a great day.
    Written 4 July 2022
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