Peace in Nice (Paris)


Vacation and beauty are two words that look perfect as if its beautiful (yet slightly scattered pebbles) beaches, spectacular scenery and numerous popular sightseeing places make it the third most popular French city after Paris and Lyon. Whether you're looking for a swim in the beautiful water on the beach, indulging in the stunning French architecture of Colline de Chateau, Villa ile de France or exploring Mount La Turbie or Mount Boron, there is something for everyone. The visitor can also visit the small town of Eze which includes a beautiful cactus garden and a perfume factory. France is popular for its art and has a beautiful holiday, as it boasts many popular museums such as the Museum of Asian Art, Parc Phoenik, Musee Chagall, Musee Matisse and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.

Located on the southeastern French coast, Nice is the second largest city on the French Mediterranean coast. Also called Nice La Bella or Nice the Beautiful, the city spans an area of ​​more than 270 square miles, home to about one million people. Nice is considered to be one of the oldest cities on the planet as the Greeks of Marseille called this city Nikaia around 350 BC. Moreover, Terra Amata shows evidence of very early use of fire and it is a popular archeological site. This city receives more than four million tourists each year and houses some of France's most prominent museums. For example, the Museum of Asian Art, Museum of the Museum of Archeology de Klimijez, Musee Matisse, Musee Chagall and Musee des Beauk Arts. While this does not mean that this city only attracts art lovers as it is a popular vacation spot for both young and old. Relaxing tourists can make a lot of use of the beaches, while the adventurer can visit either the Colline du or Mount Boron Castle while everyone visits the Anglais Promenade. This waterfront makes this city a diverse harbor overlooking the serenade on the Promenade. There is also a cliff walk that is only fifteen minutes walk from the old port of Monaco and most of the locals can be found there. Located on the Mediterranean coast, this city has a Mediterranean climate. The holiday or summer season usually lasts six to eight months starting in April and sometimes until November. Winters are mild with temperatures ranging from 6 degrees to 14 degrees and summer temperatures above 20 ° C and the highest recorded temperature is 37 ° C. sand, but lots of backpacks love the obvious off-season.

The city of Nice has a very different culture because of its special history. For example, Nicard, a local language, is Occitan, while several Italian scholars and prominent figures claim that the dialect is Ligurian. A large minority group still speaks the language, but the majority of the population adhere to French. There are also influences of Corsican and Italian which makes the local language quite understandable compared to other dialects in the surrounding provinces. As for the people, Nice welcomed many immigrants from the provinces of Portugal, Spain and Italy. Moreover, Italian immigrants make up a large percentage of the population. But in recent decades, there has been open immigration for people from all over the world, including Southeast Asia, West and North Africa. Old traditions are still quite popular in the form of dances and folk music. In fact, the old farandola dance is still quite popular in the region.

Nice has several local dishes that make up the city's cuisine, including Pissalaiere – a local anchovy and onion cake, Socca – a special pancake made of chickpea flour, Farcis Nicois – bread crumbs and stuffed vegetables, nicoise salads, etc. As for non-vegetarian delicacies, there is home-made meat that comes from the surrounding regions, including Sisteron's sheep. A popular proverb in the region says that "fish are born in the sea and die in oil" because local fish are used extensively, including sea urchins, woodpeckers and mites. As for special visits, the Nice Jazz Festival and Carnaval de Nice are part of the attraction. However, tourists should be aware of pockets and vol a la portiere – the practice of opening car doors at traffic lights and fetching goods. As for the places to eat, they are divided into budget, middle and high classes. Budget places include Lou Pilha Leva and Le Lodge. Medium prices include Brasserie Flo, Restaurant du Gesu, Le Shalimar, le Delhi Belhi and Casa Mia. Wave locations include L & 39; Univers, Oliviera and Le Safari.

In terms of social life and entertainment, there are numerous places for tourists to go for a drink. For example, Ma Nolan & # 39; s – an Irish pub that offers very friendly staff, good food, popular sports events on three to four different screens, and live music played every night. There's also McMahon's, it's an Irish pub with a pool, Thor Club playing Thor music every night, Blue whales for tourists who want to stay awake, Vaine – a popular place for old-school entertainment and Checkpoint. There are also the popular Master Home and Le Marches which is quite popular with the locals.

As for shopping, there is AV Jean Medecin, which features two of the city's most popular entertainment stores – FNAC and Virgin Megastore. Design labels in clothing are quite expensive, but local fashion items are very cheap compared to other countries in Europe and even compared to Paris. Near St Laurent de Var there is a supermarket and a grocery store called Gallaries Lafaiette Gourmand. There is a large open street in Ventimiglia offering the cheapest deals on fashion goods. This place is only a few kilometers from the Italian border and the train can be used from Nice Gare Villa to Ventimiglia to access the goods. There is a Nice Etoiles available for people who want to go to the mall that includes three C&A-only dining floors. Locals warn that they will not go to duty-free shops at the airport, as they are the products of the worst value one can ever hope for. Shopping across the Italian border should be avoided or done with extreme care, as the French police are waging war on counterfeiting, and this also applies to clothing or items purchased from street vendors.

As for entry, tourists can come via the airport in Nice, which is the second busiest airport in all of France. There is also a train station nearby, offering a chance to get from the main airports to the airport. As for French tourists, the city is also connected to all other major cities via the SNCF rail network. There is also a direct TGV that arrives from Paris to Nice in about six hours, with a ticket price of just 100 francs per adult. If you want to drive your car, then the A8 line is best for tourists coming from Italy or the western region of France. Some other travel options include bus and boat.

When it comes to issuing money, most restaurants and shops accept all popular credit cards, as well as debit cards with popular banks, for example – MAESTRO and EC. If this does not seem to work, there are numerous ATM machines that can be used to extract and then spend cash in the city. However, there are few precautions every tourist should take even in this beautiful city. Getting pockets is a constant and inevitable threat on the Cote d'Azur. They look like harmless tourists, but they operate packs at tourist sites, train stations and bus stations. Moreover, gangs wandering the beaches should also be avoided and tourists should avoid carrying valuables on the beach with them unless absolutely necessary. There is also Vol a La Portiere which is the practice of opening cars at light feet and stealing or stealing valuables. This can be avoided by keeping the door locked and ensuring that the handbags and any other valuables are not viewed from the car.

Most people only associate France with Paris or Lyon, but the city of Nice can make them realize that there is much more to France than the two cities. Whether it's architecture, cuisine or a refreshing stay, Nice has it all, and it also boasts beautiful beaches that make it a riveting place to visit. In terms of art, there are several museums, including the Musee Matisse, the Musee Chagall, the Musee des Beauk Arts, the Museum of Asian Art, and several others that complement the Colline du Chateau architecture well. There is also a visit to Mount Boron and Willie ile de Frans. The tourist can also embark on a three-hour tour of the city, which summarizes a beautiful visit to the city that covers all of its major architectural, cultural and historical sites.