This gallery exhibits the delicate watercolour-like oil paintings of Frederique Monge. Brought to life in pastel shades, her ... More
This gallery exhibits the delicate watercolour-like oil paintings of Frederique Monge. Brought to life in pastel shades, her depictions of fruits, vegetables and flowers bring you closer to nature. The gallery lies on a narrow, shady alley, typical of the winding back streets of Vieux-Nice and not far from Place Rossetti and the Cathedrale Ste Reparate.
A big favorite with locals and visitors alike, attracting roller bladers, cyclists and dog owners, Promenade des Anglais hugs the
seashore for several kilometers. The promenade's characteristic blue chairs, scattered along the way, provide the perfect vantage point from ...
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 ...
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 ...