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Old town

1. Stroll through Old Town.(vieux nice)

Le Vieux, as the locals call it, is the historic center of the city of Nice. Once you have set foot there, you will understand why it is the most attractive area of the Bay des anges. Bay of angel, the bay of nice.

Old town comes in red, yellow and orange, colors that are, almost every day of the year, accentuated by the Mediterranean sun. A real small village within the city, it offers its visitors many shops, some typical, others modern, many restaurants and terraces, but also bars and art galleries.

It is here that you will probably feel the Provençal influence and the sweetness of life of the south the most. Old Nice must absolutely be on your list of things to see in the city, especially in summer, when the heat is oppressive, since its alleys are a real haven of freshness.

2.Do your grocery shopping at the cours saleya.

2. The Cours Saleya market

It's nothing new, but the market in the south of France is sacred, and the one that takes place on the Cours Saleya in Vieux-Nice is one of the most famous in the region. Every morning, from Tuesday to Sunday, you will discover its flower market and its food market.

A real festival for your senses! Monday (7 a.m. to 6 p.m.) is the day reserved for the flea market. Lovers of vintage objects should really be able to find what they are looking for!

Market or not, the square itself is really worth the detour and the many restaurant terraces that line it make it a great place for a good dinner.

3. Stroll and Enjoy a 360-Degree View of Nice at "le chateau".

Don't look for the castle, it was unfortunately destroyed in 1706 by order of King Louis XIV. The hill on which it stood is very popular because, culminating at 93m high, it offers a breathtaking panorama of the Baie des Anges.

There are 3 ways to access Castle Hill: on foot, it goes up a little, but the reward once at the top will be all the more beautiful, with the free elevator made available to visitors or with the small tourist train of Nice. Its belvedere is really THE spot to enjoy a splendid view of Nice and as long as you do, try to be there for the sunset, the landscape will then be sublimated.

Beyond its magnificent viewpoints, the Colline du Château is a really pleasant place to walk. Do not miss to admire the waterfall there, built on the ruins of one of the old dungeons in 1885, it is really imposing (it is also visible from Old Nice) and constitutes a real haven cool during the summer. In short, you will have understood that the Colline du Château is a must!

The park is open every day from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. depending on the season.

4. To take a stroll on the Promenade des Anglais.

It is unthinkable to visit Nice without taking a stroll on the Promenade des Anglais. Known worldwide, the Prom' is the result of a 19th-century British project. With its 7-kilometer walkway that stretches from Nice airport to the Castle Hill, you will have the opportunity to discover the city, its horizons and the seaside.

If you wish to rest, the famous blue chairs of the Prom' are at your disposal and are also part of Nice's heritage.

4.Discover Place Garibaldi.

The Place Garibaldi is a must-visit spot in Nice as it is one of the city's emblematic and oldest squares. It is easily recognizable by its yellow arcades and facades. This square was built starting from 1773 and is particularly well-preserved thanks to recent renovations.