Marsena Square is the largest central square in Nice. There is a sun fountain in the square. It's very beautiful. There are big brand stores around, and Lao Foyenne's Nice Store is located in the southwest corner of the square. At the same time, concerts are often held here, which is very lively.
Massena Square is the largest city square in Nice, and the famous Massena Museum is also situated here. The square is surrounded by a tall fountain, and a section of the road is white and black grid road, making it very distinctive here, but also the city center of Marseilles.
Place Mass & _3; Na is located in the centre of Nice. It was originally two squares: Carlo &, along the edge of Nice's old city; Alberto Square and Massena Square itself, on the other side of the Palon River. Both squares were built in the 18th century. To the south of Massena Square is the Old City of Nice, to the north is Jean Medson Street. The central part is covered by the river bed of the Palon River, to the west is the Alberto Garden, and to the East is the Dr. Jacques Forum. Marsena Square is the main venue of Nice Carnival. When it arrives, its surroundings are blocked by fences. Carnival tickets need to be purchased in. The fares of the inside, outside and different seats are different. During the carnival, here is the sea of joy, not to be missed.
South France is a colourful old house. The small fountain in the park next to the jingle of the tram in Massena Square saw the first large fountain still spraying water. It's different if it's warmer. The "people" on the pillar of the square are the works of art named Seven Continents Dialogue Nice, and the lights will change colour at night.
Square black and white mosaic square, very artistic impact, after the fountain falls in the water reflection is more beautiful! In the center of the fountain in the south is a tall statue of Apollo. After dinner, it's also fun to watch various performances in the bustling Massena Square.
Massena Square, the commercial center of Nice, is not far from the British Walking Avenue and less than 10 minutes past. Besides the old Buddhist mall, there are Rolex, Cartier and other specialty stores. At night, when passing by, the lights of the square are beautifully designed, and the Ferris Wheel lights up like one eye at night.
Marsena Square is very close to the coast of the azure coast. It has invincible scenery. There are seafood chafing dishes and many other delicacies to eat. At night, there are night markets. You can buy Handicraft products. Walking along the coast for about 20 minutes, you can find 100 buses, driving along the Mediterranean Sea, 50 minutes to Casino Station in Monaco, and get off the bus is the tourist bureau of Monaco.
Get together on the blue coast to look at the sea and be dazed; appreciate the artist who painted in Angel Bay; meet the uncle who blew bubbles in the Castle Hill; pick a bunch of flowers in the flower shop of the Old City Flower Market; finally talk in the park opposite Massena Square and watch Papa bear splash his children.
There are many street performers performing in Nice's new central square in the morning. The streets on both sides of the square are full of such restaurants. We strongly recommend BOCCACCIO on the west side of the square. All the products are super large, especially seafood rice. The first dish is also delicious.