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nice franceNice France is the fifth most populated city in France and lies in the south as part of the Côte d'Azur. It is the second most popular French city for visitors, after Paris. It is a natural beauty of Europe with a cosmopolitan vibe. Nice enjoys a mild and pleasant Mediterranean climate that has attracted visitors for many years, including the upper class holiday villas of the rich and famous who visit the south of France and their holidays. nice franceNice Airport is the third busiest in France and it also has a busy port. It can be reached by train from Paris in just four hours and is a popular domestic holiday destination for French people. Nice is perhaps best known for shopping – with its array of fashionable boutiques and markets. It has a vast choice of shops, cafes and restaurants. Some of the several shopping centers that visitors can browse include Nice TNL, Nicetoile, St Isidore and the Northern Forum. The streets come alive at night, with various stalls and street performers and artists. The Place Masséna is the main square of the city and this is where most tourists head after dark, for entertainment, food, drinks and late-night shopping activity. nice franceOf course, the beaches of Nice are a major attraction, although they tend to be made up of pebbles rather than sand. The city benefits from hot Summers and mild winters. Sun seekers can enjoy the long, dry days. The Promenade des Anglais (Promenade of the English) is situated along the Baie des Anges (Bay of the Angels) and is a popular choice for tourists who want to pull up a deck chair or sun lounger and relax. Nice centre is easily walkable or can be explored on bike. The Old Town is only obtainable on foot. For attractions such as the Matisse Museum or Promenade des Anglais, tourists can make use of the reliable public transport system if they wish to get around the area quickly. nice franceThere is an eclectic mix of restaurants of offer in Nice, catering for all tastes. Whatever you choose to eat or wherever you choose to dine, it is recommended to order a vins de Bellet, which is Nice’s house wines, produced on the hills directly behind the city. As night falls, the Old Town, otherwise known as Vieux Nice, is the place to be. There is something for everyone, from classy wineries to more traditional pubs. For those who prefer a quieter evening, night time on the Promenade des Anglais is peaceful and beautiful. Between lazing on the beach with an ice cream, picking up unique pieces in the many shops or enjoying the French-Italian cuisine and good wine, Nice is a hot favorite holiday destination from singles, couples and families of all ages.

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