This is a pretty yet easy hike, which will reward you with an amazing view overlooking the city as well as the Riviera.
Nice's second largest public beach. A good option if you're not picky and just want to spend some time near the sea.
Enjoy a romantic walk around Nice's port, perhaps by sunset and admire the numerous luxurious yachts docked here.
Lovely and peaceful gardens which belong to the University of Nice are a nice chance to get away from the hustle of the town, and just…
The picturesque narrow lane full of artists' shops is the site of the former Jewish Ghetto of Nice.
A popular street in the city where you can buy almost everything. A perfect place especially for buying souvenirs.
The tiny picturesque square pops out of nowhere when coming through from the winding narrow streets of Old Nice. A magical place.
A magnificient display of French impressionists from the Nice school. Where else to see these beautiful pieces of art than in their "natural…
Taste the exquisite wines of the Nice region in this lovely vineyard. A must-visit for wine conoisseurs.
A monumental bronze statue commemorating the re-attachment of Nice to France set in the beautiful garden of King Albert I.
A beautiful Baroque house on the corner of Cours Saleya with a bas-relief depicting the two human inhabitatants of the Eden Garden.
The Abbey of Saint Pons is one of the oldest monasteries on the French Riviera, along with Lérins Abbey.
One of Nice's most desireable neighborhoods and a site of many luxurious villas. The views from here really are amazing.
Not only do they make excellent wine in Cremat, the chateau itself is also quite impressive. Definitely worth the visit.
A must-see for astronomy fans as well as architecture lovers. The dome - largest in Europe - was designed by the famous Gustave Eiffel.