Located on the south coast, Nice is one of the most popular cities in France with foreign visitors who are drawn in by the opportunity to spend time on the Cote D’Azur.
A major attraction for those visiting the city is to spend time strolling along the famous Promenade des Anglais; a long palm-lined promenade that features the city on one side and the clear waters of the Mediterranean on the other.
Whilst on the promenade, you can also pay a visit to the Negresco Hotel, which opened back in 1913 and is famous for being a haunt for the rich and famous.
You can also take a stroll through the Old Town and visit the Opera de Nice, explore the Palais Lascaris, marvel at the impressive Garibaldi statue or enjoy a trip to the Sainte-Reparate Cathedral – one of the most famous historical buildings in the city.
Amongst the museums within Nice are offerings that are focused on history, science and the arts, whilst there are a variety of parks for those who want to explore the outdoor space offered across the city.
Nice also hosts a variety of markets that are worth exploring, whilst it is something of a haven for shoppers; offering everything from small boutiques offering local crafts to the major department stores.
You can also sample top class French cuisine at a variety of restaurants across the city.