Unlock the magic of Nice

Sunny Nice boasts a beautiful Old Town, pebble beaches and a palm-lined promenade. Many of Europe’s greatest artists, who came here for its wonderful light, are celebrated in its museums. Have a guide show you round the picturesque jewel of the Mediterranean.

Attractions in Nice

Castle Hill
Once the city’s citadel, Castle Hill is the best place for a breathtaking panoramic view of Nice and the French Riviera.
Promenade des Anglais
Nice’s iconic seafront features a palm-lined Riviera walkway, looking out over stony beaches and the gorgeous blue Baie des Anges.
Le Port
Le Port is a beautiful harbour area full of history.
Nice Old Town
Vieux Nice is the city’s picturesque Italianate district, with flower and food markets, narrow streets and piazzettas.
Le Cours Saleya
A busy and beautiful open-air market in the heart of Nice’s Old Town.
Massena Square
Nice's most spectacular square and the largest in Vieux Nice, surrounded by Neoclassical façades.
A beautiful and ancient Mediterranean village atop a steep hill, with narrow winding streets, a relaxed atmosphere, and a fantastic view of the sea.
Parfumerie Fragonard
Take a tour of one of the great French perfume houses, in the historic town of Grasse.
Monaco Cathedral
An 1875 Romanesque-Byzantine cathedral, where the Monégasque royals Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly are buried.
Palais Princier de Monaco
The official residence of the Prince of Monaco since the 13th century, this palace has been through a lot.
The medieval Old Town of Monaco, located on a rocky headland.
Casino square of Monte Carlo
The centre of luxury lifestyle in Monaco, full of Belle Époque glamour.
Formula 1 Grand Prix Circuit
Monaco's Grand Prix is most prestigious, demanding and dangerous of the Formula 1 World Championship.
One of the Riviera’s most charming towns, with beautiful pastel buildings and an artistic heritage.
Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
An amazing 100-year-old cliffside museum of marine sciences, featuring impressive collections and a Baroque Revival façade.
Palais de Justice, Monaco
The seat of Monaco's Supreme Court is a beautiful palace, built on the personal initiative of HSH Prince Louis II between 1924 and 1930.
Opéra de Nice
Nice’s opera house is one of the most spectacular buildings in the city, and hosts world-class classical concerts.
Cathedrale Sainte Reparate
Nice's cathedral is one of the city's architectural gems, honouring its patron saint.
Place Garibaldi
A monumental 18th century Baroque square, designed by Antonio Spinelli in the 18th century.
Place Rossetti
Located in the heart of the Old Town, this lovely square is full of restaurants and cafes and is home to Cathédrale Sainte-Réparate.
Palace of the Kings of Sardinia
Also known as the Palace of the Prefecture, is the former Royal Palace of Nice which used to be the residence of the kings of Sardinia.
Palais de Justice
Courthouse located in the Nice Old Town.
Arènes de Cimiez
The ruins of Cimiez include considerable remains of a Roman amphitheatre and bath complex.
Hotel Negresco
Iconic hotel located at the Promenade des Anglais.
St. Nicholas Cathedral
Built by the Royal Family for the Russian community exiled to the French Riviera, it follows the plans of a Greek cross and has a bell tower dome covered entirely with gold leaf.
Mont Boron
At the top of Mont Boron, you will find magnificent views of Nice and the riviera.
Antibes Old Town
Its château a sometime studio of Picasso, Antibes' is a quintessential Mediterranean Old Town with ancient ramparts and narrow cobblestone streets.
Bastion St-Jaume
Bastion St-Jaume is the site of a Roman temple and a 17th-century fortified tower, with an impressive sculpture by Jaume Plensa on its terrace.
Cannes Film Festival Palace
Purpose-built for the Cannes Film Festival, this palace is home to the cultural event with the most media coverage in the world.
Le Suquet, Cannes
The oldest quarter of Cannes, Le Suquet's 400-year-old cobbled streets are today full of excellent restaurants.
La Croisette, Cannes
A prestigious promenade lined with palm trees and pines, linking the beach and the city.
This medieval hilltop town is one of the oldest on the Riviera, and well known for its excellent contemporary art galleries.
Cimiez Franciscan Monastery
Cimiez Franciscan Monastery is a picturesque 9th century retreat with beautiful gardens, and an adjacent cemetery where Henri Matisse is buried.
Palais Lascaris
A magnificent collection of musical instruments housed in a stunning Baroque palace.
Chapelle de la Miséricorde
Chapelle de la Miséricorde is a beautiful Baroque church inside and out, dating from the mid-18th century.
Place du Palais de Justice
At the heart of Vieux Nice, Place du Palais de Justice is a wonderful display of the city's Neoclassical heritage.


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