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Vieille Nice

Vieille Nice

4.6/5380 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Today, the Old Town of Nice still maintains an ancient look, in which you can search for treasures in maze-like alleys, experience old-fashioned French shopping in the market square of Saleya, and enjoy the traditional taste of Nice in the square. The Old Town of Nice began to be built by the Greeks. It was once a colony of the Roman Empire. It is full of old buildings in Italian style, and the colors of buildings are bright.
Musee Marc Chagall

Musee Marc Chagall

4.4/561 Reviews
Art Gallery
From May to October 10:00-18:00, November - April 10:00-17:00, closed on Tuesday, January 1, May 1, December 25. (Local time)
This national museum is devoted to Marc Chagall's religious, mystical and spiritual art. The museum was created when Chagall was still alive, after he gave the state his series of 17 paintings illustrating the biblical message - paintings inspired by Jewish folklore and painted on vast canvasses. Chagall himself donated his preparatory sketches, and the museum's collection has grown steadily since then. The artist provided detailed instructions about the gardens surrounding the museum, and created a mosaic that overlooks the pond and the stained glasses that decorate the concert hall. A small bookshop at the entrance sells books about Chagall and prints of his work.
Cours Saleya

Cours Saleya

4.4/555 Reviews
Market
6:00-17:30, Monday, Sunday noon, evening, holiday closed in the afternoon. (Local time)
Are you all about waking up at the break of day to purchase fresh flowers? Take a walk until you come across the Cours Saleya. On the way there, you can stop at the varied shops and pick up items like truffles and olive oil. Besides flowers, the Cours Saleya also has a fantastic selection of fruit, vegetables and fresh soups. You can find goods here that are less expensive and more delicious than those you buy in stores. On Mondays you can take a look around and see what you can find when it is converted into a flea market.
Baie des Anges

Baie des Anges

4.7/5397 Reviews
Beach
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)
Baie des Anges is backed by the English Avenue, named after the wings of an angel. Baie des Anges is one of the beautiful beaches in France. It is a good place to spend the summer. Climbing up the castle overlooking the east is a good choice to admire Baie des Anges. If there is a blue moon in the world, then it must be in Baie des Anges in Nice.
St Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral

St Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral

4.3/596 Reviews
Church
April 1st - October 31st 9:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00; November 1st - March 31st 9:30-12:00, 14:00-17:30. (Local time)
This Russian Orthodox Cathedral is a homage to Nicholas Alexandrovich, a Russian tsar who died in Nice. It also demonstrates the surprisingly gigantic Russian population that once lived in Nice.
Matisse Museum

Matisse Museum

4.3/575 Reviews
Art Gallery
Wed - Mon 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
See the artwork of Henri Matisse at this little museum in Nice. Watch old men playing petanque in the area.
Musee d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain

Musee d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain

4.3/551 Reviews
Art Gallery
1/2-6/22, 10/16-12/31 Tuesday - Sunday 11:00-18:00, 6/23-10/15 Tuesday - Sunday 10:00-18:00; Monday, January On the 1st, Easter, May 1st, December 25th rest. The ticket office is closed at 17:30 and the exhibition hall is closed at 17:45. (Local time)
Modern and contemporary art pieces are brought here by the thousands to this museum each year. All the artists exhibitions have some kind of connection to the Nice area.
Promenade Des Anglais

Promenade Des Anglais

4.6/5277 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Seashore
Hiking
Open all day (Local time)
The Promenade Des Anglais was built in 1822 by the British colonists of Nice, next to the Baie des Anges, connecting Nice Airport to the castle hills. The avenue has palm trees that are decorated all year round, with luxury shops and luxury hotels on both sides. In the 19th century, many British people chose Baie des Anges as a holiday destination to avoid the chilly winter. The British Lewis launched a social fundraiser in 1820, building the pedestrian street at that time into a boulevard of today's size, and using the ANGLAIS as the name of the avenue. There are many famous historic buildings on the trail. In 2015, Nice declared it to the UNESCO World Heritage.
Place Garibaldi

Place Garibaldi

4.2/552 Reviews
Square
Place Masséna

Place Masséna

4.5/5223 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
Place Massena is one of lively squares in Nice. It was constructed around the 1830s and now connects Nice Old Town and New Town. The northern part of the square is rectangular, the southern half is semi-circular, and the ground is in a grid pattern formed by black and white stones. On both sides of the square are shops, restaurants and cafes. You can also see many street performers performing in the square, and there are usually street performances or float parades in the evening.