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 ... More
Jardin Albert I
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 to connect Vieux-Nice, the city centre and the seaside Promenade des Anglais . The kids will be delighted to ride in the charming wrought-iron merry-go-round, playing cheery tunes when it is in operation. This garden named after the Belgian king, Albert I is amongst the oldest gardens in the city.
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 ...
Nice is the perfect place from which to set out on a journey of discovery to the island of Corsica,
otherwise known as the Ile de Beaute, or 'Beautiful Island'. Corsica Ferries provide a means of getting there at ...
If you didn't arrive in Nice by train and you like architecture, then the city's main railway station, known as
the Gare Central, is worth paying a visit to. Found at the juncture of Avenue Jean Medecin and Avenue ...