Nice has been a tourism hotspot since before the term was even invented. Nice tourism has been around since the 1700s. The city has drawn many artists over the years with its stunning seascapes and sunny weather. The city will spoil you for choice as you explore its delights and yearn to keep coming back for more.
Soak up the lively Mediterranean vibes as you amble along the English Promenade. Or take an invigorating coastal hike as you marvel at the spectacular views that will leave you mesmerised. It is the plethora of varied experiences like these, coupled with its stunning natural beauty, that have sculpted Nice tourism into a work of art.
A part of the stunningly beautiful French Riviera, Nice is the fifth-largest city of France. Situated on the Cote d’Azur, it sits to the north-east of Cannes and Antibes, only 32 km from the Italian border. Protected from the winds by the Alps, Nice enjoys a Mediterranean climate and sees almost 300 sunny days in a year. Perfect for one of those exciting Nice tours.
July and August are the warmest months of the year while January is the coolest. It doesn’t rain much in Nice. October is the wettest month of the year.
Tip: Carry a light jacket and dress in layers. Though the days are warm, early mornings and nights are cool.
Now a gateway to the French Riviera, Nice was the region’s capital during Roman times. The city radiates a vibrant Mediterranean energy that adds extra zest to its allure. It cherishes its art and history in the many museums spread across the city.
Add a pulsating night life to its relaxed elegance and it cements Nice’s claim to fame as a popular tourist destination.