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Travelling to Nice, France
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Nice, nicknamed as Nice la Belle translating to Nice is beautiful, is a magnificent and elegant city of France. Found in the French Riveria, Nice is the capital of Alpes-Maritimes department and the fifth most populous city of France. Simply enthralling, the majestic city located on the foot of Alps with its moderate Mediterranean weather and scenic beauty offers a great retreat to travelers who have been visiting it since the 18 th Century. With a splendid mix of Italian and French cultures, sophisticated ambience and opulent beauty the city is worth a visit.Enjoy exploring its serene beaches with overwhelming seascape or head out to the state of the art boutiques and bustling restaurants.

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Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets to all the major attractions of the city are available online as well as offline. If you wish to evade queuing up at the ticket counters then it is recommended that you buy the tickets online from this site.

How To Get Around?

Public transportation is a reliable and inexpensive way to explore the city. Ligne d'Azur manages the public transportation in the city. There are more than 40 tram and bus lines that run in the city. Noctambus are the buses that run through the city in the night. The buses also cover the surrounding regions of Nice. You can purchase Carte Azur, a travel card that allows you to travel unlimitedly in just € 1 per day. Besides public transportation if you wish to explore the place at your own convenience then taxis and bikes are an option too. Velo Bleu is a bicycle sharing system of the city with 120 bike stands from where you can take a bike and easily move around. Taxis are also great but travelling via them can turn out to be quite expensive.

What Should I Wear?

When in France you cannot wear just anything. It needs to be chic and trendy. For day time exploration ladies can wear pretty floral dresses and skirts while men can wear polo shirts and khakis. For evening dine-outs you need not be high on fashion but pick on some smart dressing. Trousers or jeans with a smart top and shirt are good to go.

Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The city of Nice lying on the coastline of French Riviera has a pleasant temperature all through the year. It receives warm sun rays for more than half of the year, thus you can plan a trip anytime. However, it can be most enjoyed during the shoulder seasons of spring and fall i.e. March to April and September to October.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

no, you do not require the services of a guide as this site provides you all the information related to the tour.

How To Get There?

The nearest Airport to the Nice city of France is Nice Côte d'Azur Airport which is located only 7 km from the city center. It connects Nice to the major international and domestic destinations. Another great way to reach the city is via train. France has an excellent railway network that provides easy and quick transportation to the city. You can even avail the bus services to access the city from major cities of France and neighboring countries. Isilines, Megabus, Flix Bus and Ouibus are some of the major bus operators in France.

Additional Info

Nice is a safe city for travelers but crimes like pickpocketing or theft can happen in crowded areas. If you are traveling by taxi then do keep a check on taxi meter as tourists can be charged extra for their little knowledge about the city.