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Visit Nice, a Riviera gem

Book flights to Nice and discover an elegant city on the French Riviera with a charm and a character all of its own.

Nice’s sweeping Promenade des Anglais is the perfect spot to enjoy some warm Mediterranean sunshine and forms the central focus of many holidays here. It’s a place to sunbathe, try a water sport or go for an evening stroll.

nice france view from the colline du chateau

Art lovers can take in everything from historic architecture to galleries and museums that showcase work from across Europe and beyond.

This is a city where you can admire the swirling domes of a Russian cathedral alongside gorgeous Italian-inspired homes and buildings.

As you browse around the colourful Cours Saleya market, you’ll hear a local dialect that is another nod to Nice’s past – it was once an Italian city and hasn’t lost touch with its roots.

Fly to Nice with Etihad Airways and see why it has long been a destination favoured by the smart set.

What’s the weather like in Nice?

What’s the weather like in Nice?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

8°C

7cm

FEB

9°C

6cm

MAR

11°C

6cm

APR

13°C

7cm

MAY

17°C

5cm

JUN

20°C

4cm

JUL

23°C

2cm

AUG

23°C

2cm

SEP

21°C

7cm

OCT

17°C

12cm

NOV

12°C

11cm

DEC

9°C

9cm

Visit Nice in summer for the best beach weather. Temperatures average 23°C in July and August. This is also the city’s driest time, with just two centimetres of rain falling each month.

May and September enjoy average temperatures of 17°C and 21°C respectively. January is the coolest month, with average lows of 5°C. It’s still a wonderful place to visit in winter, however, with festive markets.

Reasons to visit Nice

promenade des anglais and beach in nice france

Sunbathe next to the Promenade des Anglais

Nice plane tickets can bring you to the beach holiday of your dreams. A palm-lined coast, lovely sunshine, turquoise seas and the glamour of the French Riviera – it’s got the lot.

The Promenade des Anglais fronts onto some of the area’s best beaches, with golden sands and the chance to enjoy breathtaking sunsets. Affectionately known as ‘La Prom’, it’s also home to stellar restaurants that underline why this spot has long been regarded as the stylish heart of the city.

Landmarks here include the Palais de la Méditerranée hotel and an iron sculpture called La Chaise, but there’s much more to discover.

flower market and buildings in nice france

Spend a morning at Cours Saleya market

This quintessentially French market opens daily, although on Mondays it sells furniture and trinkets rather than its usual food. Stocking up on groceries is a wonderful way to experience the real Nice and, as an added bonus, you’ll be shopping alongside the locals. The true stars of this market, though, are the flowers.

Heady scents of dahlias, fuchsias and geraniums float into the air from the colourful stalls run by growers and nurseries. Food traders tend to start and finish early, but the flower sellers stay into the early evening.

Explore the old town

Stroll through winding streets filled with the aroma of baking, patisseries and warm coffee in Nice’s colourful Old Town.

Impressive architecture hides around every corner, with historic monuments and ancient churches to discover. Castle Hill looms over the orange-tiled roofs, giving this ancient quarter of Nice a medieval feel.

Visit the Cathedral of St Reparata, with its stunning edifice decorated in multi-colours. Nice Cathedral, meanwhile, can be found in the charming Place Rossetti.

From there, discover some of the former mansions and regal retreats of Nice’s rich and famous at regal buildings including the 17th century Lascaris Palace.

Things to know before you fly to Nice

plane Airport transfers

Nice St Augustin train station is 20 minutes’ walk from the airport. Major car hire and taxi companies have kiosks at the airport, while there’s also the option of booking a transfer with Etihad.

holiday Public holidays

Many people head to the city in July for the Nice Jazz Festival. The Nice Carnival, held in February each year, is another major draw. Public holidays include May 8 (Victory Day) and July 14 (Bastille Day).

bus Getting around

Nice’s tram network is an easy way to explore the city. Most buses run from early morning to late night. Like many major cities, Nice has a bike rental scheme, with more than 100 collection sites.

currency Currency

France’s currency is the euro (EUR), with one euro made up of 100 cents. ATMs are common and almost all establishments will accept credit cards.

Flying to Nice: FAQs

Where should I stay in Nice?

You’ll find almost every kind of accommodation here, from luxury hotels to budget-friendly options in the New Town neighbourhood. For the best sea views, book a stay on the Promenade des Anglais. If you’re looking for that ‘live like a local’ feel, there are plenty of places to stay in the Vieux Nice area of the city.

How many days should I spend in Nice?

With a wealth of museums and cultural attractions to see, you could easily stay in Nice for a week and still have plenty left to do. A French Riviera Pass – with its various offers and discounts – lasts for up to three days.

What art galleries are in Nice?

Art lovers shouldn’t miss the Musée Matisse. This museum’s well-manicured gardens are almost as impressive as its magnificent collection of work by French painter Henri Matisse.

What food is Nice known for?

Don’t leave without trying socca, a delicious pancake-style creation made with chickpeas. Usually sold by street food vendors, it’s a simple but tasty snack. For another slice of authentic Nice cuisine, sample some farcis nicois – tomatoes, aubergines and courgettes stuffed with breadcrumbs, garlic and meat.

Why we love Nice

"Nice will give you a flavour of life on the French Riviera, a place known for style and sophistication. Fantastic beaches, fine dining, luxury hotels and superb shopping – it’s easy to see why this city is known as 'Nice the Beautiful.'"

Weather in Nice

16 °C
Saturday30 May 2020
22 °C
Sunday31 May 2020
23 °C
Monday1 Jun 2020
22 °C
Tuesday2 Jun 2020
21 °C
Wednesday3 Jun 2020
22 °C
Thursday4 Jun 2020
23 °C
Friday5 Jun 2020
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