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Visit Nice: Your Travel Guide

Think it’s all pastels and panama hats? Think again! Today’s Nice is glam with an urban edge. Veer off Promenade des Anglais for a beachfront encounter, devour the city’s signature Italianesque cuisine in New Town, or max out your credit card on Rue Paradis… Just chalk it up to the heat!

Things to Do in Nice

Place Masséna
Chess, anyone? Place Masséna isn’t often the site of game playing, but the chessboard-patterned ground around the ‘Sun Fountain’ may inspire a spontaneous game of hopscotch. A giant nude statue of Apollo stands centre-fountain. The statue was restored after 30+ years in obscurity - the “League of Feminine Virtue” had earlier deemed it unsuitable for public viewing.
Place Masséna, 06000 Nice
Promenade du Paillon
Think ‘urban garden’. This twelve-hectare public walkway went through a lengthy renovation recently, beautifying the heart of Nice. The results are fantastic - freshly mowed parkland that’s flanked by palms, pavilions and pathways that run deep into the city. Year round, the fountains erupt with water, making it a fun splash pad for kids and savvy skaters in summer.
Promenade du Paillon, 06000 Nice
Changes seasonally.
Avenue Jean Médecin
Pull&Bear, Zara, H&M – the gang’s all here! This lengthy pedestrian avenue is a hub for mid-range clothing brands and home to Nice Etoile Shopping Centre. However, if it’s cigars, champagne and caviar you’re after, hotfoot it to nearby Rue Paradis. Chanel, Gucci, Christian Louboutin, Mont Blanc, Kenzo, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana all reside here.
Avenue Jean Médecin, 06000 Nice
Cours Saleya
Flowers and food, coming right up! If you're lucky, you’ll be visiting for the Nice Carnival in mid-February, when the whole city becomes awash with mimosas during the 'Bataille de Fleurs'. However, a stroll along this long pedestrian street anytime of year is a close second. Oriental lily, lilac and rose perfume the air, while vendors offer gobble-worthy gourmet delights.
Cours Saleya, 06300 Nice
MAMAC (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art)
What’s in the box? One of Andy Warhol’s mysterious ‘time capsules’ was opened here recently. Old ads, dental moulds, nail clippings and the minutiae of Warhol’s life were among the box’s quirky contents. Why? Just because. Get into the spirit of abstract art with works by Warhol, Yves Klein (founder of the nouveau réalisme movement) Lichtenstein, Miro and Haring.
Place Yves Klein, 06364 Nice
Open Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00
Castle Hill
Don't go chasing waterfalls. Unless it’s a man-made waterfall that flows from the site of an ancient keep. Today, there’s not much left of the fort, but Castle Hill’s garden is a picture-perfect picnic spot. Sway with the coral-tree flowers and oleanders as you ascend the 300 steps, or take the free lift up to pour over the Old Town and Baie des Anges from atop the cascade.
Quai des Etats-Unis, 06300 Nice
Open Monday-Sunday 08:00–19:00. Changes seasonally.
Place Garibaldi
Place Garibaldi is iconic Nice. The namesake of this monumental square is a general who unified Italy centuries ago. Yet it’s the whimsical arcades and canary-coloured baroque buildings that make this square so iconic. Circle the square beneath the vaulted arches, eat socca (a crêpe-like food specific to Nice), or mimic the statue of Garibaldi's strident pose.
Place Garibaldi, 06300 Nice
Port of Nice
Yacht-lot for the rich and famous. This is where tourist boats dock and Europe’s movers-and-shakers drop anchor for the weekend. Yet it’s also surprisingly low-key at times—its atmosphere swings wildly between ‘frenzied’ and ‘unhurried’. Admire the faded beauty of its Venetian-style houses, or enjoy fine dining and a lively bar scene around the docks.
Port Lympia, 06300 Nice
Cimiez Monastery
This monastery-come-art-museum houses a skulk of Franciscan friars. Christian frescoes and masterworks by Matisse and Duffy in bold, joyous colours adorn the galleries, which also include three paintings by Louis Brea - the Crucifixion, Pieta and Deposition. The friars turn an ordered and harmonious hand to the landscaped gardens, which have achieved a fame of their own.
Place Jean Paul 2, 06000 Nice
Open Monday-Saturday 10:00-12:00 and 15:00-18:00.
Phoenix Park
Introducing Phoenix Park - home to black swans, meerkats, iguanas, caimans and a troop of hooting and hollering lemurs that enthral visiting children. This verdant park also contains Europe's largest greenhouse, which could be mistaken for Mother Nature's summer home – African succulents, Madagascan palms, tree ferns and foliage galore. Pack a picnic and bring the family!
405 Promenade des Anglais, 06200 Nice
Open Monday-Sunday 09:30–19:30. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Promenade des Anglais
After falling in love with the sweeping views of Nice’s Bay of Angels, some wealthy English vacationers commissioned this seafront boardwalk in 1820. Take a sun-drenched walk down Promenade des Anglais (“Englishmen’s Walk”) to feel the pulse of the city. Whether you're looking for beaches, bars, or brasseries, you’ll find them on what locals today call “La Prom."
Le Vieux Nice
Nice’s Old Town is a place to ditch your map, wander the streets and soak up every last detail. From narrow alleyways to bustling squares, this neighborhood is full of Côte d’Azur's friendly charm. Stop at an outdoor cafe, order a cool drink and watch the world go by.
Nice Harbour
Nice’s port sees swanky yachts and humble small boats come and go – which makes it the perfect place for an afternoon stroll. As you walk, check out the colorful characters going about their business. Then stop off for a drink at a seafront bar and dream of adventures.

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Traveler Reviews & Photos

Very Good
We used the railway from St Augustine to Monte Carlo Country Club & also to San Remo. Unfortunately the trip to Antibes was on a rail strike day, bus packed had to stand all the way there & back. The journey took over an hour both ways - the strike caused congestion on the roads.
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April 22, 2018
Nice would be a fantastic destination for a city break, great parks, medieval old town, flower market, site of an old castle, a Port full of yachts, bus ride to Monte Carlo, many famous painters lived here good restaurants fantastic
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April 20, 2018
Lovely city, very busy and lively, lots of places to eat and have a drink, and the shopping area was great. Took a trip on the land train which was lovely
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April 21, 2018
Nothing negative to report. Great food super shopping and stunning views
April 20, 2018
A great place to explore this wonderful coastline. Great transport system with trains and buses.
United Kingdom
April 21, 2018

Accommodations & Hotels in Nice

Hotel Plaza

7.8 Good

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Radisson Blu Hotel Nice

7.7 Good

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Hotel Negresco

8.6 Excellent

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Hôtel Le Royal Promenade des Anglais

7.3 Good

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Le Meridien Nice

7.4 Good

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Goldstar Resort & Suites

8.1 Very Good

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Westminster Hotel & Spa

8.4 Very Good

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Hotel Le Saint Paul (ex Maison du Séminaire)

7.9 Good

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Mercure Nice Promenade Des Anglais

8.1 Very Good

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Popular Neighborhoods in Nice

Nice City Centre

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Centre Ville’s magnificence is best seen from the breezy comfort of a Vélo Bleu bike. Arcaded 17th-century buildings, painted in shades of gold and terracotta, border Place Masséna. Cross the square for a trio of commerce, culture and fine dining, or head to Promenade de Anglais to breath in the real-deal – a vibrantly azure Mediterranean Sea.

Nice Old Town

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‘Old Town’ has amazing light in every season. It casts shadows of the baroque Cathédrale de Sainte-Réparate, refracts from the ochre-and-harvest coloured houses along its narrow lanes, and swathes in to Place Rossetti. Once here, buy a gelato in classic or new-fangled flavours at Fenocchio, then fan out for dinky boutiques and gourmet eats.

Promenade des Anglais

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Scarf, Chanel shades and game-face – check! This 6 km palm-lined coastal promenade has a reputation for glitz. Browse the shops around Cours Saleya, or catch some rays on one of the Mediterranean-facing blue chairs. Then dine at one of Nice’s nicest eateries – Koudou for some colonial chic, Le Méridien for its rooftop terrace, or Le Negresco hotel for Michelin-star cuisine.


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Gambetta is a sleepy suburb of Nice. Locally referred to as the ‘Russian District’ after the shops here that cater to the community, it’s also home to a handsome Russian Cathedral on Rue Tsarewitch. Lemon-coloured lo-rise apartment blocks, palms swaying in the breeze, and cheerful mums with kids are ubiquitous sights.

Nice Port

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Vieux Port is a sepia-toned postcard from the past. European aristocracy came here for getaways during the 19th century and today it's like they've permanently relocated here. Spot the million-dollar yachts, exclusive seaside diners in and around Rue Bonaparte, or shop for curios in the Quartier des Antiquaires ('Antiques Quarter').

Les Baumettes

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The biggest draw card of this primarily residential area is the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum). Its small but uplifting collection includes the likes of Fragonard, Monet, Degas and more. For the rest, it’s sweet and sleepy – you’re likely to see mothers push their baby buggies gingerly uphill along streets lined with trees.


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Riquier is slightly grittier than the suburbs that surround it. However, a recent revitalisation project has injected the area around Palais de L'Esplanade with new life. Sushi shops, no-frills eateries and low-key cafes cater to the large student population. It’s also within easy reach of the centre and the coast.

Palais des Congres Acropolis

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An elegant strip within shouting distance of Old Town. The quirky Tête Carrée (‘Blockhead’) sculpture-come-house sets the avant-garde tone for the area. Try the MAMAC (Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art) for its Warhol’s, Klein’s and Lichtenstein’s. The Nice Acropolis satiates the commercial appetite with its constant rotation of trade shows.

Gare de Provence Nord

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Fancy a taste of Provence? Le Marché de la Libération is a bustling morning market in Place de la Libération. You’ll find the essential ingredients for your Niçoise salad, plus regional artisanal honey and all manner of ‘fromage’ (try anything stinky!). Afterwards, enjoy the earth and heavens as painted by Marc Chagall in his eponymous museum.


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Everything in Arenas circles around Park Phoenix’s gravitational pull. The parkland has fabulous manicured gardens, zoological and botanical gardens, containing rare blooms that will enchant even the most seasoned gardener. The Kenzo Tange-designed Museum of Asian Art - filled with treasures from the far east - lies within the park.

Local Tips for Nice

GR5 Hiking Trail
Rebekah by Rebekah

Poetry-fan Rebekah moved to Nice in 2014 and loves photographing the great outdoors.

Follow the scenic GR5 trail out of Nice up past Mont Chauve Mountain and on towards Aspremont or Saint-Blaise, before catching the bus back into Nice's city centre. In both summer and winter you can admire the beautiful panoramic views of the French Riviera and the Southern Alps.

Le Sansas Bar
Linda by Linda

Linda was born and raised in Nice but loves spending time in the countryside.

If you want to dance salsa and enjoy a cheap cocktail, this is the place to be in Nice. You can even take dance lessons at the beginning of the evening and practise what you've learnt on the dance floor later on in the night.

  • 4 Avenue des Phocéens, 06300 Nice
  • Open Tuesday 19:00–02:00, Thursday-Saturday 19:00–02:00
Estienne d'Orves Natural Park
Hélène by Hélène

Hélène moved to Nice 12 years ago and loves to picnic in the city’s gardens with her daughter.

If you feel like escaping the hustle and bustle of the city centre, go and relax under the 1000-year-old olive tree in the Estienne d'Orves Park, where you can enjoy the beautiful panoramic views over Nice. Let the kids enjoy the playground before exploring the forest trails.

  • 13 Avenue Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves, 06000 Nice
Fred's Bar
Louis by Louis

Sport-mad Louis likes spending a casual evening with friends and good wine in a street café.

Fred’s Bar takes you back in time with its Art Déco-inspired décor, great service and casual atmosphere. If you want to enjoy a few great cocktails and chill out with your friends, this old-fashioned place is the perfect spot. Have you ever tried a mojito with basil, pepper and orange?

  • 9 Rue Antoine Gautier, 06300 Nice
  • Open Monday-Thursday 17:30–02:30, Friday-Sunday 17:30–02:30 and 04:00–08:00
La Réserve and Coco Beach
Chloé by Chloé

Chloé has lived in Nice for 2 years and loves discovering new places and cultures.

These beaches are located in the eastern part of Nice, after the port. It's where locals go to escape the crowded beaches of the Promenade des Anglais. They are ideal spots for snorkelling but also for watching the sunset.

  • Boulevard Franck Pilatte, 06300 Nice
Nice's Archeological Crypt
Marine by Marine

Marine moved to Nice 4 years ago and is ever-curious about the city's medieval architecture.

Explore the depths of the city! Take a guided tour in the 2000 m² underground archaeological crypt to discover the remains of the former fortified city of Nice. It’s like travelling back in time to the 14th century!

  • Place Jacques Toja Boulevard Jean Jaurès, 06300 Nice
  • Open Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 14:00–16:00
MAMAC Roof Top
Audrey by Audrey

Audrey has lived in Nice for several years and enjoys a work-out followed by dinner with friends.

The Modern Arts Museum’s rooftop terrace offers a 360° view of Nice. If you want to take some great panoramic pictures this is definitely the place to go!

Mont Boron
Béranger by Béranger

After 2 years in Nice, Béranger enjoys feeling like a true local.

Mont Boron is a hidden gem located a 30-minute walk from the port. Get your running shoes on and jog via Mont Boron’s hiking trails to Villefranche-sur-Mer, where you can enjoy a picnic lunch on the beach before taking the train back to Nice. You are guaranteed to have a great day outdoors.

Le Sentier du Canal de Gairaut
Cécilia by Cécilia

Cécilia has spent her entire life in Nice and loves discovering new restaurants.

The path that runs along the Gairaut Canal is lined with small bridges, fig trees and olive trees. It is popular among joggers and offers beautiful panoramic views of the city.

  • Ancien Chemin de Gairaut, 06000 Nice
Coffee on Cours Saleya
Adrien by Adrien

Adrien was born in Barcelona and loves exploring Nice’s culinary world.

Taking a stroll down the alleys of Cours Saleya’s fragrant flower market is a great way of getting your sense of smell going. Stop at Le Coin Quotidien’s terrace for a post-market coffee in the sun.

  • Cours Saleya, 06300 Nice
  • Open Tuesday 06:00–17:30, Wednesday 06:30–18:30, Thursday-Friday 06:00–17:30, Saturday 06:30–18:30, Sunday 06:30–13:30
Franglish - Language Exchange Event
Tiffany by Tiffany

Tiffany fell in love with Nice after coming here from the UK for an internship.

Every week 'Franglish' hosts a French and English language exchange in a bar or café in Nice city centre. Participants must register online in advance and the event takes place from 19:00 to 21:00. It is a great way to connect with the locals whilst improving your French!

  • Location may differ. Check website for details.
  • Open Wednesday 19:00–21:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Street performers at Place Rossetti
Thomas by Thomas

Originally from the US, Thomas is inspired by Nice’s food, art and street performers.

Place Rossetti bubbles with energy over the summer. Street performers, bands and artists come one after another to sing, dance, juggle, do acrobatics and perform magic - everything from afternoon folk songs to evening capoeira and even a drag show on Sunday nights!

there is great art , museums and architecture , fantastically atmospheric old town and market , it's a proper working town as well as a very pretty one . If you want to pose on the beach go to Cannes -if you want a more real experience Nice is much better. also great transport links via the new tram within the town and beyond via the railway to Italy of further along the Riviera coast . No shortage of good places to eat too. asked travelers...

Why do you recommend Nice for food?

We used local supermarkets, markets, fruit shops and patisserie s to but lovely fresh food as we were self catering. We bought a great lunch deal from one of the many little sandwich shops located on the Gambetta Boulevard. The market in the old town has a wonderful array of fresh food inc; olives, cheese, meats, breads. Ideal for making up a picnic for the beach.

There were many parts of Nice that were easy to get to, and less packed with holiday makers. Public Beaches were easy to get to, although very stony, more sandy beaches in Entibe. Numerous parks which gave you a sense of freedom, even though there were quite a number of people about.

The central street of the old town has a market in the middle and great cafes and restaurants on the two sides. Lovely for shopping, eating, drinking and falling love with narrow little streets.

Plague Beau Rivage. It's expensive but so very worth it. Best service I've had in Europe. Very well run establishment with a great view. Also eat from the markets, I loved that market!

Beautiful blue sea, fresh air, sun, warm weather. It's just great. The private beaches especially. They're about 20 EUR per day per person but it's totally worth it.

There are a wide variety of shops in Nice and the surrounding towns. The Monday antique market is great for bargain hunting.

The Chagall Museum is fabulous! Also the Maight Foundation Museum in St. Paul de Vence. And...the Matisse Chapel in Vence.

Walks thru old town. The market. Sidewalk cafés


Nice Transportation


Getting to the centre from Côte d’Azur Airport is easiest by bus. Buses depart every 30 minutes from 05:52 to 23:50, cost EUR 6 and take about 20 minutes. The fastest way of reaching the centre is by train, however the train station is a 15-minute walk from the airport. The 5-minute train ride costs around 2 euros. Taxis are available outside both terminals and cost roughly 35 euros for a 15-minute ride to the centre. Few taxis accept credit cards so bring cash.


Nice’s train stations mainly provide access to other parts of France and the Riviera. Nice-Ville is the main station, with links to Paris, Marseille and a multitude of smaller destinations on the Riviera coast. Monaco is a 20-minute ride away, and Ventimiglia on the Italian coast is reached in just 45 minutes. Gare Saint-Augustin links the airport with the centre, while trains from Gare des Chemins de Fer de Provence go to the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence.


The well-organised bus system connects the entire city and branches out to neighbouring towns. Buses are in service from around 07:00 until 20:00, and special night buses operate after this. A one-way ticket within the city limits costs EUR 1:50, while a 1-day pass is EUR 6. Tickets can be bought from dispensers, directly on the bus in cash, or at Lignes d’Azur ticket offices. Bus lines 98 and 99 bring you straight to Nice Côte d’Azur Airport for EUR 6.


Taxis are easiest to hail down at the city’s 17 designated taxi stands, outside the airport and next to Nice-Ville Train Station. A few taxi stands are found along the Promenade des Anglais, but if you can’t find one you are best off placing an order over the phone. Taxis generally only take cash, and the minimum fare within the city is EUR 6.86. An extra fee is charged for over-sized suitcases, and the rate goes up at night, on Sundays and on public holidays.


Tram stops are found all over the city under signs marked with ‘T’. Services operate every 6 to 20 minutes from around 05:00 to roughly 01:00 depending on the direction. Single tickets (EUR 1:50), 1-day passes (EUR 5) and 7-day passes (EUR 15) are bought from dispensers at the platform or at Lignes d’Azur ticket offices. Your ticket is valid once it’s been inserted into one of the ticket terminals located on the platform or inside the tram.


Cycling is a popular way to get around and see the sights – the cycle lane along Promenade des Anglais has stunning sea views. Rent a blue bike (Vélo Bleu) from one of 175 self-service bike stations, open 24/7. Bikes are free for the first 30 minutes, then EUR 1 for the next 30 minutes and EUR 2 for each additional hour. Use your credit card to buy a ticket from the meter, pick up a bike and drop it off at any station when you’re done. Alternatively, sign up online to save time.


Getting central Nice by car can be slightly confusing. Many streets are one-way and tram tracks take up most of the space. Street parking is rarely available and often at an extra charge. Some car parks offer the first hour for free. A sustainable alternative to normal car hire is the Auto Bleue electric car rental service. Vehicles are plugged in at over 60 self-service stations around the city, available by the hour or day to anyone with a licence valid in France.

Food in Nice

Top Restaurants in Nice

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La Maison de Marie
  • 5 Rue Masséna, 06000 Nice
  • Open every day 12:00–14:00 and 19:00–22:30
  • 0033 4 93 82 15 93
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La Villa d'Este
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Le Boccaccio
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Luna Rossa
  • 3 Rue Chauvain, 06000 Nice
  • Open Tuesday to Friday 12:00–14:00 and 19:30–22:30, Saturday 19:30–22:30
  • 0033 4 93 85 55 66
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La Clef d'Or
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La Taverne Masséna
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Emilie's Cookies
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Le Félix Faure
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Café Mercier
  • 17 Rue de la Liberté, 06000 Nice
  • Open Monday to Saturday 9:00–19:00
  • 0033 4 93 80 27 24
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La Petite Maison
  • 11 Rue Saint-François de Paule, 06300 Nice
  • Open Monday to Saturday 12:00–14:30 and 19:30–23:30
  • 0033 4 93 92 59 59
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El Merkado
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La Pizza
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HANgoût Restaurant
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Ma Nolan's
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Le Hussard
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La Voglia
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La Favola
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J.Multari Nice Etoile
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La Terrasse
  • 1 Promenade des Anglais, 06000 Nice
  • Open Monday to Thursday 12:00–14:30 and 19:00–22:00, Friday to Saturday 12:00–14:30 and 19:00–22:30, Sunday 12:00–14:30 and 19:00–22:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
  • 0033 4 97 03 40 37
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Au Bretzel Chaud
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Le Comptoir du Marché
  • 8 Rue du Marché, 06000 Nice
  • Open Tuesday to Saturday 12:00–14:00 and 19:00–22:00
  • 0033 4 93 13 45 01
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Le Tire Bouchon
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Coté Marais
  • 4 Rue du Pontin, 06300 Nice
  • Open Monday to Tuesday 12:00–14:00 and 20:00–22:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00–14:00 and 20:00–22:00
  • 0033 4 93 80 95 39
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