The Promenade des Anglais is an iconic boardwalk, perfect for long strolls and soaking up the atmosphere of the Cote d'Azur. Sure, lots of other people will be there, too, but for good reason.
Walking distance from the Promenade des Anglais, the Grimaldi stands out for its Art Deco design and roof terrace.
Marvel at over 250 examples of this great artist's work, many donated by the man himself.
Stop to smell the flowers at the Cours Saleya market, a popular Nice attraction but nonetheless a worthwhile stop. Whether selling flowers in the morning or antiques in the afternoon, the market bursts with local color and culture.
True to its name, this church resembles Red Square's St. Basil's more than anything else. Besides being a great place to escape the heat of a summer's day, the interior is breathtaking and unlike any other place of worship in Nice.
This isn't the kind of cemetery that gives you the chills. It sits high above the city, offering unparalleled views of the sparkling coast and is filled with tasteful sculptures, headstones and mausoleums that are more works of art than resting places. A great place to bring a book or just enjoy a...
The tiramisu gelato at Fenocchio is a true treat, the perfect accessory for a stroll around the streets of Nice.
While firmly French, Nice is actually just a few miles from northern Italy, and places like Casa Mia betray its secret, with an authentic Italian menu and, for the real afficionado, cooking classes.
Innovative room concepts like vertical layers for sleeping and bathing, or beds that turn into bathtubs and tables that transform into beds, the HI Hotel is heavy on design but doesn't take itself too seriously. Its own bar, restaurant and spa continue the eco-design concept, and the beach is only...
In operation since 1908, this is the classic place to come for seaside summer delights like huitres, moules, and les boissons froids.