Nice Travel Video
It is one of the biggest towns on the Mediterranean’s French shore. Nice‘s elegant town is also France’s most famous tourist destination. It is certainly worth a visit thanks to its wealthy heritage and contemporary atmosphere. It is a perfect combination of beaches and the gentle Mediterranean climate during the summer. Nice can be an inexpensive destination compared to others in France. The list below gives previews to top tourist attractions in this French Riviera‘s stunning city.
Some Top Destinations
Promenade des Anglais: Walk and watch some people along this most famous city walk. It extends up to 7 kilometers as a tourist attraction in itself.
Hotel Negresco: A renowned hotel and proud glamorous symbol of the past at Promenade des Anglais. There are art exhibitions from the Renaissance to the modern era throughout the hotel.
Castle Hill: Enjoy a panoramic view of Nice in this location on a lovely afternoon. See the old castle ruins and the stunning waterfall inside.
The Old Town (Vieux Nice): Tour this part of Nice with local markets and churches while observing and experiencing the traditional Nice way of life.
Jardin Albert I: Unwind in this oldest public park enveloped by palms, sweet roses, carob trees, junipers, and other exotic flora from all over the world.
Place Garibaldi: It is the oldest and largest square in the city. Buildings with baroque layouts surround the square, and one can find the statue of Garibaldi (the Italian revolutionary leader) in the center.
Musée Matisse: Know about the life and works of the modern art master Henri Matisse.
Place Masséna: It is where most of the town activities take place. Top brand shops line the Jean Médecin Avenue. Street performers are always present in the checkered pavement, and the square serves as meet up place for locals and tourists.
Notre Dame de Nice: An impressive architectural landmark in Nice built in 1868 but with Gothic style.
Russian Orthodox Cathedral: An important structure built in the 20th century to support the growing Russian community in Nice.
Port Lympia: Experience a romantic harbor walk while admiring luxury yachts or while seeing the lovely sunset.
The Beach: It stretches on one side os the town and the boardwalk gives a moment for a nice walk. The pebbly beach is lined with cafés and seaside restaurants.
Cours Saleya Market: One can purchase fresh goods such as olives, cheese, herbs, and flowers here every morning. It becomes a Broconte, or ‘antique market’, where antiques and other collectibles are present.
Villa Massena (Museum): This beautifully restored villa on the Promenade des Anglais is an oasis of tranquility. A well-kept garden surrounds it, and inside is an elegant museum.
Monument aux Morts: The monument commemorates the 4000 Nicean inhabitants who died during the First World War who died in the First World War.
Palais de la Mediteranée: Situated right on the seafront of the Promenade, this famous hotel-casino hosts a number of great events of the city.
Chapelle de la Miséricorde: This church is located next to the Cours Saleya and has a Baroque design with a prime spot in the Old Town.
Monument du Centenaire: This monument marks the Comté de Nice Decree of being part of France and stating the establishment of the Alpes-Maritimes départment.
Nice is a real city of wonders and a must-see.