Promenade des Anglais
La promenade, les chaises bleues & les galets... The promenade, the blue chairs & the pebbles ...
to go for a walk with family/loved one, to jog in the morning or just to enjoy the nice architecture of the most iconic hotels of Nice such as Negresco. Full of restaurants right by the sea...
Tourists relaxing along the shore, people rollerblading, biking, walking, and jogging – this is a lively place. Vendors in the background sell fresh-made crepes and, best of all, there are nice restaurants on the beach.
“I would recommend to take a petit train which goes from Place Massena every 20 minutes to Colline du Château and back. Nice trip with audio guide. Would be interesting for all ages. ”
“Avec son miroir d'eau et sa superbe coulée verte. # With its reflecting pool and beautiful green corridor.”
“Un des marché les plus couru de la côte d'Azur! The famous marketplace of the french riviera!”
“During your visit to Nice, do not miss the Masséna museum, you must visit this sublime museum just next to the Promenade des Anglais. The place is enchanted, the furniture is sumptuous, the interior is mesmerizing. The art evokes all of these by a scenography which combines the graphic arts, the furniture and the objects of this period and more particularly the history. You will be able to see the death mask of Napoleon made by Doctor Arnolt, the diadem of Joséphine in mother-of-pearl.”
“In the heart of Old Nice, Place Rossetti is one of the only airy spots in the old town. Completely pedestrian, it is discovered during the visit of the historical districts. Occupied by many terraces of typical restaurants, cafés and especially that of the biggest glacier of Nice, "Fenocchio", it is the ideal place for a greedy stopover. You can not leave Nice without having tasted one of its incredible perfumes among which one can quote the ice cream to the kinder, the rose, the tomato-basil or the beer.”