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    promenade des Anglais

    A big favorite with locals and visitors alike, attracting roller-bladers, cyclists and dog owners, Promenade des Anglais hugs the seashore for several ...

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    montée du Château

    Situated on the hill between the old town and the harbor, this park is a favorite with locals and tourists alike. Surrounded by a typically Mediterranean backdrop of pine ...

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    15, rue de la Préfecture

    Packed at weekends and frequented by a mostly young clientele, this pre-club favorite in the old town is also a popular place to head after dining out for a night of live music or ...

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    les résidences du Cap de Nice

    If you're someone who likes quiet surroundings and moments spent in peaceful contemplation, then come for a stroll on the wharf that leads to Nice's lighthouse. The ...

  • The parkland extends over the hill of the chic residential Cimiez district, presenting a different panorama at every turn. It includes a charming olive grove, Roman ...

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    place Masséna

    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 ...

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    cours Saleya

    Cours Saleya is a favorite meeting place for locals and as the city's best-known pedestrian district it is attractively laid out; filled with colorful ...

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    avenue Docteur Ménard

    Marc Chagall is famous for his works inspired by Jewish folklore, and this museum reveals a deeply mystical poet in him. Chagall was born in Russia in 1887 and died ...

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    place Guynemer

    Facing the sea, this magnificent monument to the dead inspires contemplation and is one of the most imposing memorials in France. Built entirely from white stone, light ...

  • This museum is not only a bastion for modern art, but an architectural triumph. The Carrara marble towers are linked with glass footbridges; at the top, a terrace/walkway ...