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We visited this market yesterday, and it was vibrant with a lot of tourists. The goods are mostly beautiful, but not everywhere, so take your time, and find the best. The prices are relatively high: our mango was 6 eur, 7 feek were 5 eur....More
Excellent place to sit down to eat or have a drink and watch people pass by as all the well renovated ancient palaces have restaurant terraces. Every Monday the flower market after which the area is named gives room to a vast and interesting antique...More
The market is nice, although really really crowded. Don't go there if you're in a hurry. Lots of smells, I loved it.
When there's no market, the place is packed with restaurants in TL-light. At night, there's a little market where you can buy bags,...More
We visited the market on the penultimate day of our holiday but arrived early afternoon and the place was relatively quiet. We decided there was enough to tickle our fancy for a few treats to take home so went again early the next day which...More
Cours Saleya in Nice has a few ‘resident’ painters catering for tourists – obviously.
I was glad to see something new – prints, I think, but very nice and fairly cheap, 2 euro if you buy 3 cards. That’s exactly what I did to present...More
A bustling, colourful and interesting market selling local produce and souvenirs. The location within the Vielle Ville is central and picturesque – well worth a visit, especially for Insta photos!
However, prices are geared towards making the most of the tourist dollar. Many of the...More