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As the glamour capital of the French Riviera, Nice is the one of most alluring and beautiful cities in Europe. Synonymous with wealth and beautiful scenery, the Côte d’Azur has been the elegant playground of the rich and famous since the eighteenth century. With plenty of Nice deals from easyJet holidays, the elegant decadence of Nice city breaks are open to anyone wanting to get away from it all.
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Nice continues to be a popular holiday destination for its unique culture, food and luscious scenery. With over 300 days of sunshine a year and its own delicious gastronomy, Nice’s golden beaches remain a fantastic place to unwind on a city break. Hosting a rich variety of modern luxury hotels, the Promenade des Anglais captures the very essence of Nice with its cosmopolitan trappings of wealth, romance and artistic flair.
As the fifth largest city in France, Nice has a fascinating history and is particularly proud of its old town, Vieux Nice. Combining narrow cobbled streets, boutique shops and glamourous restaurants, Vieux Nice is one of the most attractive districts in the city. Attractions to see on your Nice city breaks include Cathédrale de Ste-Réparate, Nice’s patron saint, and the Fennicchio ice-cream parlour. Another favourite is the nearby Baroque Chapelle de l’Annonciation.
Since so many of Europe’s most famous artists have fallen in love with Nice, the city inevitably attracts art lovers from across the world. Situated on the hillside peak of Cimiez, the Matisse Museum is not too far from the Franciscan monastery with its Italianate gardens, the Hotel Regina where Matisse used to reside and the Gallo-Roman ruins. Paintings, drawings and some of his earliest works are on display, along with pieces that reveal his lesser-known talents as a sculptor. Nice is also home to the Saint Nicolas Orthodox Cathedral, which is a national monument in France, and it is considered by many French historians to be one of the most beautiful and largest Russian churches outside of Russia.
With its sparkling array of cultural and historical attractions, one of the most popular places to visit on a Nice city break is the hillside park Colline du Château. The park's sparkling collection of pine trees and iconic waterfalls have been captured on postcards for centuries and offer breathtaking views across the city. Such is the variety of museums and attractions in Nice, the city requires at least three days, if not longer, to absorb the majority of its key sights.
With affordable city breaks all year around from easyJet holidays, Nice is a gorgeous city to visit on holiday offering luxury beaches, culture and historical ruins dating back to early Roman era. As the second most visited city in France after Paris, the glamour princess of Côte d’Azur is a bohemian old lady that has never gone out of fashion.
Are you planning a holiday in Nice, but overwhelmed with the amount of things there is to do and see in this fascinating city? Then read on for easyJet holidays guide of some of the top things to see and do. Whether it’s the famous landmarks, abundance of museums, stunning seaside promenade or fabulous dining and evening experience that has attracted you to this cosmopolitan city, easyJet holidays overview has been designed to help everyone enjoy their holiday in Nice.
With an abundance of things to do, see and visit, your holiday to Nice will not be short of things to keep you occupied. A City bursting with life and a friendly atmosphere, it is the perfect place to indulge in the French and Mediterranean culture. Book now with easyJet holidays and have a fabulous holiday tailored to your needs and at a suitable budget. easyJet holidays is also giving you the opportunity to book your flight and hotel together making the overall cost of your holiday to Nice even lower but without lowering the quality of your holiday!