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Round TripOne-wayMulti-city
Depart
Sat, 11/7
Return
Sat, 11/14
Travelers
1, Economy
Hotels with free wifi in Nice
Vista Azzurra
Vista Azzurra
208 Reviews
Nice, France
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Hotel Villa Les Cygnes
Hotel Villa Les Cygnes
488 Reviews
Nice, France
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Palais Saleya
Palais Saleya
479 Reviews
Nice, France
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Hotel du Centre
Hotel du Centre
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Nice, France
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Arriving On Flights to Nice

Nice is a large city located on the French Riviera. To visit the city, tourists can purchase flights to Nice that will take them directly into Nice Airport. Nice Airport is one of France's busiest airports and offers Wi-Fi to visitors. Nice St. Augustin train station is situated close to the airport and tourists can pick up a TER train to take them to the center. It is also possible for tourists to walk to the town center in about an hour.

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Getting Around Nice

Nice has its own bus network, known as Lignes d'Azur, which consists of more than 100 routes. This network is the main form of urban transport in the region. Tourists may wish to travel on the inter-urban network, known as the TAM (Transport Alpes-Maritimes). This network connects all the Eastern Riviera towns. Its numerous routes radiate from the main bus station in Nice, the Gare Routièrer. The main train service in Nice is the national French railway (SNCF). This network comprises the high-speed TGV and local TER trains. Fitness enthusiasts on Nice flights may wish to rent inline skates from Fun 'N Roll in Nice. Alternatively, they can rent a bike through the Velo Bleu stations found all over the city.

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Attractions in Nice

Those who have purchased airfare to Nice should not miss out on Nice's main tourist attractions. The Museum of Asian Art is situated in a stunning location near the lake, and the Musée Matisse displays a charming collection of paintings and sculptures in a 17th-century Genoese villa. Parc Phoenix is home to 2,500 different plants and various animals and is a great place for families traveling with children. Nice is home to many wonderful beaches, ideal for soaking up the run, however most of the beaches are stony rather than sandy.

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Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Nice

Much of the shopping in Nice is similar to what you might find in your hometown. Popular stores like H&M, Zara, and Spar are dotted around the city. Designer labels are also in high demand in Nice. Galleries Lafayette offers a wide range of designer labels under one roof. Restaurant Le Lodge is the ideal place for tourists to find healthy meals on a budget, while L'Univers is recommended for tourists with money to spend. In the evening, tourists should visit Le Grand Escurial, the largest dance floor on the French Riviera.

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