Place Massena is without a doubt Nice's most famous square, and the most majestic. Surrounded by contrasting greenery of ... More
Place Massena is without a doubt Nice's most famous square, and the most majestic. Surrounded by contrasting greenery of the Albert I and Massena gardens, the imposing red-colored buildings command the eye and demand admiration. During Carnival, the King's float takes pride of place in this very spot. Place Massena is also one of the city's key central points: Vieux-Nice is within easy reach, as well as the sea and the main shopping thoroughfares. You're bound to pass through it at some point!
This is the ideal place to take a break and unwind before continuing a tour of the city. It is
a haven of tranquillity with a large lawn, fountains, pine and palm trees, and inviting blue chairs, perfectly placed ...
On the edge of the old town, this pretty square was created at the end of the 18th Century under
the supervision of Antoine Spinelli, who also designed one of the square's most beautiful buildings, the Chapelle du Saint ...
Mont Boron is one of the many hills bordering the city of Nice. Stretching out above the port, it is
a favorite walking spot for families and nature enthusiasts. Dating back to 1860, this forest features vegetation native to ...