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What are the best things to do in Nice?

Colline du Château

This tall hill is tucked between the Vieille Ville and the Port right in central Nice. It’s 93 metres (305 feet) tall and has one of the best city views to admire while holidaying on return flights to Nice. Make your way up the hill’s winding pathways for a stunning outlook over the turquoise water of the Mediterranean and the red-tiled roofs of Nice. There’s also a lush park, a waterfall, and the ruins of a medieval castle.

Promenade des Anglais

Promenade des Anglais is a long street that stretches for seven kilometres (4.3 miles) along the Mediterranean Sea. It starts at the base of Colline du Château and continues all the way to Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE). The majority of the city’s beaches and several landmarks are located along Promenade des Anglais, including Opéra Plage, Castel Plage, Palais de la Méditerranée, and Hotel Negresco. Take a walk along the Promenade or rent a bike to cycle your way along this waterfront portion of Nice.

Vieille Ville

Vieille Ville is a must-visit neighbourhood for anyone visiting the French Riviera on flights to Nice. It’s Nice’s Old Town and is made up of winding streets, colourful buildings, and an all-around charming atmosphere. Many of the city’s best restaurants and cafes are located in Vieille Ville, and different food and craft markets set up in Cours Saleya Monday through Saturday. You can also visit many attractions in Vieille Ville, including Cathédrale Saint-Réparate and Palais Lascaris. Vieille Ville is a great place to base yourself when you book cheap flights to Nice. There are several hotels you can book through Webjet in this part of the city.

 

What is the cost of visiting Nice?

Save on your French Riviera accommodation by browsing through Webjet’s selection of hotels after booking airfare to Nice. A hotel room in central Nice averages around $200 to $250 NZD per night, but there are also options from $100 NZD per night for the budget travellers who book cheap flights to Nice.

Transportation is something else you’ll need to budget for when you book tickets to Nice. The Aerobus has two routes that connect Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) with the city centre. Route 99 goes straight to Gare de Nice-Ville, and route 98 makes some stops along Promenade des Anglais along the way. The Aerobus costs €5.90 ($10.45 NZD) one-way and €10.20 ($18.05 NZD) return. Central Nice is walkable, but there’s also a tram that you can catch in between return flights to Nice. Tram tickets cost €1.50 ($2.65 NZD). Several train routes connect Nice to other towns and cities of the French Riviera. Plan a day trip while holidaying on flights to Nice by catching the train to Monaco for €5 ($8.90 NZD) return or to Cannes for €10 ($17.80 NZD) return.

Some of the best attractions you can enjoy while holidaying on cheap flights to Nice are free. This includes the beaches of the French Riviera, Colline du Château, and Nice Cathedral. There are also some nice museums to have on your radar when you book airfare to Nice. Entrance to Musée Marc Chagall costs €8 ($14.15 NZD), and entry to Musée Masséna is €10 ($17.70 NZD).

 

When is the best time to visit Nice?

The summer season is the most popular time to book flights to Nice. Visitors travel from all over the world to enjoy the beaches of southern France. Temperatures reach about 27°C during the day, and there’s little to no rain during the summer. Hotel rates go up during this season, so lock in the best price by booking at least a few months in advance when you’ll be travelling on summer flights to Nice.

Autumn and spring are the shoulder seasons in Nice. The number of tourists is lower than during the summer season, and daytime temperatures range from about 15° to 22°C. Book your tickets to Nice for the end of spring or beginning of autumn if you’d like to enjoy the beach. Even when it’s too chilly for the beach, autumn and spring have the perfect weather for walking around the city and sightseeing.

Take advantage of the lowest hotel rates and the smaller crowds by booking return flights to Nice during the winter low season. Temperatures average about 12°C during the day, so you can comfortably enjoy both indoor and outdoor sightseeing outside of the beach. Most of winter is quiet, but there’s an increase in tourism between late February and early March for the city’s Carnival.

What are the best things to do in Nice?

Colline du Château

This tall hill is tucked between the Vieille Ville and the Port right in central Nice. It’s 93 metres (305 feet) tall and has one of the best city views to admire while holidaying on return flights to Nice. Make your way up the hill’s winding pathways for a stunning outlook over the turquoise water of the Mediterranean and the red-tiled roofs of Nice. There’s also a lush park, a waterfall, and the ruins of a medieval castle.

Promenade des Anglais

Promenade des Anglais is a long street that stretches for seven kilometres (4.3 miles) along the Mediterranean Sea. It starts at the base of Colline du Château and continues all the way to Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE). The majority of the city’s beaches and several landmarks are located along Promenade des Anglais, including Opéra Plage, Castel Plage, Palais de la Méditerranée, and Hotel Negresco. Take a walk along the Promenade or rent a bike to cycle your way along this waterfront portion of Nice.

Vieille Ville

Vieille Ville is a must-visit neighbourhood for anyone visiting the French Riviera on flights to Nice. It’s Nice’s Old Town and is made up of winding streets, colourful buildings, and an all-around charming atmosphere. Many of the city’s best restaurants and cafes are located in Vieille Ville, and different food and craft markets set up in Cours Saleya Monday through Saturday. You can also visit many attractions in Vieille Ville, including Cathédrale Saint-Réparate and Palais Lascaris. Vieille Ville is a great place to base yourself when you book cheap flights to Nice. There are several hotels you can book through Webjet in this part of the city.

 

What is the cost of visiting Nice?

Save on your French Riviera accommodation by browsing through Webjet’s selection of hotels after booking airfare to Nice. A hotel room in central Nice averages around $200 to $250 NZD per night, but there are also options from $100 NZD per night for the budget travellers who book cheap flights to Nice.

Transportation is something else you’ll need to budget for when you book tickets to Nice. The Aerobus has two routes that connect Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) with the city centre. Route 99 goes straight to Gare de Nice-Ville, and route 98 makes some stops along Promenade des Anglais along the way. The Aerobus costs €5.90 ($10.45 NZD) one-way and €10.20 ($18.05 NZD) return. Central Nice is walkable, but there’s also a tram that you can catch in between return flights to Nice. Tram tickets cost €1.50 ($2.65 NZD). Several train routes connect Nice to other towns and cities of the French Riviera. Plan a day trip while holidaying on flights to Nice by catching the train to Monaco for €5 ($8.90 NZD) return or to Cannes for €10 ($17.80 NZD) return.

Some of the best attractions you can enjoy while holidaying on cheap flights to Nice are free. This includes the beaches of the French Riviera, Colline du Château, and Nice Cathedral. There are also some nice museums to have on your radar when you book airfare to Nice. Entrance to Musée Marc Chagall costs €8 ($14.15 NZD), and entry to Musée Masséna is €10 ($17.70 NZD).

 

When is the best time to visit Nice?

The summer season is the most popular time to book flights to Nice. Visitors travel from all over the world to enjoy the beaches of southern France. Temperatures reach about 27°C during the day, and there’s little to no rain during the summer. Hotel rates go up during this season, so lock in the best price by booking at least a few months in advance when you’ll be travelling on summer flights to Nice.

Autumn and spring are the shoulder seasons in Nice. The number of tourists is lower than during the summer season, and daytime temperatures range from about 15° to 22°C. Book your tickets to Nice for the end of spring or beginning of autumn if you’d like to enjoy the beach. Even when it’s too chilly for the beach, autumn and spring have the perfect weather for walking around the city and sightseeing.

Take advantage of the lowest hotel rates and the smaller crowds by booking return flights to Nice during the winter low season. Temperatures average about 12°C during the day, so you can comfortably enjoy both indoor and outdoor sightseeing outside of the beach. Most of winter is quiet, but there’s an increase in tourism between late February and early March for the city’s Carnival.

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