Nice
Nice

Nice

Hit Nice's Bay of Angels for a colourful holiday packed full of flavour.

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From 28/10/2019 to 15/12/2019

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5 good reasons to go

Take in some incredible monuments
Take in some incredible monuments
Book a flight to Nice and check in to a city brimming with hidden treasures. Join a tour to take in the major sights: The Promenade des Anglais, the Negresco, the Palais de la Méditerranée, the Old Town, the Cours Saleya, the Russian cathedral, the Place Masséna, the Place Garibaldi and much, much more.
Make the most of awe-inspiring museums
Make the most of awe-inspiring museums
You can't move for museums in Nice. The history's rich, dense past is showcased at the Archaeology Museum of Nice-Cimiez, the Museum of Art and History (Palais Masséna) and the Palais Lascaris. Nice locals are also major art lovers, and the Asian Arts, Fine Art, Chagall, Matisse and MAMAC museums are all incredible.
The gorgeous vistas of the French Riviera
The gorgeous vistas of the French Riviera
A holiday in Nice is synonymous with day trips to Mediterranean beaches and rambles further inland. The fragrant countryside and charming Provençal villages are a crucial part of any trip to the Côte d’Azur. Mont Boron, Menton and Saint-Paul-de-Vence are just a few good ideas for walks. After a busy day of exploring, enjoy a dip in crystal-clear waters.
A heady line-up of festivities
A heady line-up of festivities
Nice is always buzzing with events. The famous carnival, Crazy Week, its fair, the book fair, the Fête du Port, May Day festivities and the jazz festival are all major highlights. Alongside these recurring staples, members of the public are treated to new one-off events throughout the year.
All the flavours of Provence
All the flavours of Provence
Local cuisine will have foodies hooked. The region's most famous dishes include daube stew, pissaladière and iconic Salade Niçoise. If you're feeling peckish, snack on socca, pan bagnat or fougasse. And if you need a sugar rush, try the oreillettes, a type of sweet, crunchy fritter.

To see / do

Culture and history

The magic of the Old Town

The magic of the Old Town

Nice's Old Town is its heart and soul. A wander around this part of the city gives you access to a number of notable buildings, such as the Prefecture, the Miséricorde chapel, the Palais Lascaris, the Cours Saleya, the Place Rossetti and the Sainte-Réparate cathedral. Colourful façades and narrow, winding streets form an enchanting backdrop.

On the castle hill

On the castle hill

The castle hill hugs the Mediterranean coast and is a welcome haven of greenery. The old fortress that once stood here is now a sweeping park complete with winding paths that lead up to incredible viewing points. The views over the sea and mountains are unforgettable. A waterfall, the Tour Bellanda and archaeological dig sites are added to the mix for a fascinating walk.

Turn back time at Cimiez

A stone's throw away from the city centre is the Cimiez hill. The hill has been settled since prehistoric times, with thousand-year-old traces to prove (Terra Amata site). The vestiges of Roman arenas and thermal baths are still visible today. The area is also home to the Cimiez monastery and its enthralling garden. Don't miss the Chagall and Matisse museums whilst you're here, either.

Outings

Catch your breath at the Cours Saleya

Nice Old Town's Cours Saleya hosts colourful markets packed full of local produce, making for the perfect opportunity to sample specialities and buy gourmet souvenirs. Bars, restaurants and art galleries encircle the courtyard, giving visitors the chance to catch their breath in an authentic setting.

Stroll down the Promenade du Paillon

Stroll down the Promenade du Paillon

At the gateway to Nice's Old Town is the Promenade du Paillon, a slice of country living in the heart of the city. Sprinklers, fountains and luscious green lawns encourage locals and visitors to kick back and relax. The Promenade leads out to the sea, culminating in the Albert Ier garden. It also boasts an open-air theatre where shows and plays are sometimes held.

Gastronomy

Melt-in-your-mouth pissaladière

A hybrid delicacy combining the joys of both pizzas and tarts, pissaladière is a local speciality you have to try. The dough base is topped with caramelised onions and pissalat, an anchovy cream. The pissalat is sometimes swapped for anchovy fillets. What a treat! 

Soccas, the South of France's answer to crêpes

Soccas, the South of France's answer to crêpes

There's no escaping socca when you visit Nice. This thick, fluffy crêpe is made with chickpea flour, and is traditionally cooked in a wood oven and seasoned with salt and pepper. Rumour has it the best soccas are to be found in the Old Town. Enjoy as a main or as a pre-dinner snack.

Practical information

Flight duration

1h15

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Currency

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Distance

637 km

Average temperature

Spring

18°C (max 25°C)

Summer

24°C (max 28°C)

Autumn

14°C (max 21°C)

Winter

11°C (max 15°C)

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