Nice the largest city on the Côte d’Azur – is the perfect year-round destination. Sandwiched between the sea and surrounding hills this attractive city is just under two and half hours from Vienna by plane.
There is plenty to do – explore the old town, stroll along the sea front Promenade des Anglais or discover the picturesque Cours Saleya market. Water sports, cultural attractions, delicious Mediterranean cuisine, first-class hotels and countless events all along the Côte d'Azur add up to a memorable stay!
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Nice’s largest club Le Grand Escurial is located right on the beach. Each night at least two DJs can be found spinning records on the decks.
Le Liqwid is Nizza’s top venue for international London-New York-Miami style. Dance the night away and enjoy delicious food in chilled lounge atmosphere at this popular bar.
The Guide Michelin recommends La Réserve (60 boulevard Franck Pilatte) as one of the best places to eat in town.
Visitors looking for a modern restaurant with a Zen touch should head to L’Indyana (11, Rue Gustave Deloye).
Traditional cuisine and dishes from the grill Baie D’Azur (15 rue de Bottero) taste even better on the sun terrace.
The golden triangle of rue Paradis, Avenue de Suède and Avenue de Verdun is home to countless boutiques carrying upscale labels.
The international and independent stores at the Nice Etoile (Avenue Jean Médecin) shopping centre have something for everyone. Handicrafts, local products and the latest fashions can also be found in the old town.