Capital of the Cote d'Azur, Nice offers fun in the sun and so much more. Dive into the flower and spice markets of the romantic old town or lose yourself in the ancient Roman city of Cemenelum.
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Blessed by a sunny, temperate climate, Nice attracts visitors from around the world to the Mediterranean shores of France’s famous Cote d’Azur.
Among its many attractions are its beautiful beaches, lovely seaside promenade, interesting museums and famous landmarks.
Nice has a total of 19 museums and galleries, 32 historical monuments and hundreds of parks, gardens, woodlands and green areas in addition to 150 lakes and fountains.