Nice, capital of the Alpes-Maritimes region on the French Riviera, is on the sandy coast of the Baie des Anges in the area. Founded by the ancient Greeks and later a haven for early 19th century European elite, this city has also long brought artists to the region through influential local artists such as Henri Matisse. The world-famous painter, Rembrandt, lived in Nice during the period of Napoleon’s rule. Chagall, a former resident of Nice, has a long history of sketching the city. A number of his famous works can be seen in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Nice.
There are several must-see sights in Nice, ranging from beaches to countryside and everything in between. The primary tourist attraction, of course, is the famed Cannes Festival, during which thousands of movie stars from around the world come to participate in the prestigious competition. Other events that you should not miss include the Nice Grand Prix street racing, the Nice Grand Parade and the Nice Eco Classic Bike Race. You must-see places like Portrait de la Croisette, Picasso’s Neoclassicism quarter, and the Pays de la Loire valley train station. And if you are into a bit of history, you could try the Museum des Baux-de-Provence, a historic prison building that still preserves relics from the medieval era.
If you’d like to spend your vacation enjoying the amenities of a hotel, you will have plenty of options. One of those options is the Choletre Hotel, which offers fabulous ocean views and is close to the Promenade des Anglais. Another hotel in Nice, the Le Touessrok, is just a short walk from the Etoile de Provence. Both hotels are a perfect place to go sightseeing, and they are located close enough to all the important tourist attractions that you might want to see. However, the quality of hotel accommodation is a little suspect. As a result, you might want to consider other things you can do in Nice for 2 days or so.
The most famous things to do in Nice, after seeing the Cannes Festival, are going to the Pays de la Loire park and its adjacent promenades, which are a great activity if you enjoy water sports. The main promenade has lovely cafes and bars, and if you are staying at a hotel nearby, it’s really convenient to walk there and grab a drink. The Pays de la Loire park is also home to a great park with swings and a grass area. If you are staying at a hotel nearby, it’s really convenient to walk there and grab a drink.
One of the great things to do in Nice is to take part in all the activities arranged by its numerous tourist organizations, which are very organized and keep things interesting. These include things like boat cruises, trips to various interesting museums and art galleries, visits to the Castle of Beaune, and to the Picasso Museum, which was built by the famous artist. Some of the other things you may want to do in Nice include visiting the tourist attractions in Gran Canaria, taking part in activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and surfing, and visiting the Pays de la Loire. The Pays de la Loire is home to some great beaches, including those at Plage de la Crochette and Plage du Midi, and is just about an hour’s drive from Paris.
The most interesting thing to do in Nice is eze. Eze means “out of sight, out of mind” and this is exactly what Nice is, as far as activities go. It is possible to get arrested for things like public drunkenness or even drug possession in Nice, so it’s very important that you stay out of the city after dark as far as drinking and doing drugs is concerned, and that includes taking part in any activities that involve drinking eze. If you’re ever caught in Nice, there’s a good chance that you won’t be able to leave without being stripped of your cash, so it’s important to be aware of that before booking anything.