Famous throughout the world, the Promenade des Anglais is 7 kilometres long, lined with its famous palm trees. It owes its name to the English who particularly liked the Baie des Anges for their holidays. Today, the Promenade is a must, you will enjoy walking along the waterfront or sitting and contemplating the Baie des Anges. Many events are held every year on the Promenade des Anglais.
Many museums are located in Nice. A nice afternoon to learn more about the history of Nice and the region can be part of your holiday.
In the Cimiez district, we invite you to discover the Henri Matisse Museum and the Marc Chagall National Museum.
In the centre of Nice, you will find many other museums such as the MAMAC, the Palais Lascaris, the Villa Masséna, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Charles Nègre Museum of Photography, the Anatole Jakovsky International Museum of Naive Art, as well as the Terra Amata Museum of Prehistory.
The essential place to visit in Nice The Promenade des Anglais
& its luxury boutiques Place Masséna
The square known as Place Masséna and the nearby area is famous for its many luxury shops and boutiques. You will enjoy visiting the Galeries Lafayette or the big names in haute couture that have opened their doors in Nice. Let yourself be tempted by an afternoon of shopping on Place Masséna.
A panoramic view The Monastery of Cimiez
We recommend a visit to the Monastery of Cimiez for a superb view of the Baie des Anges and the roofs of the city. This monastery was founded in the 8th century by Benedictine monks. It is in the remarkable gardens that you will particularly like to walk.