"The Cours Saleya is one of the liveliest areas of Old-Nice where the flower, fruit and vegetable markets take place. Here essences from greenhouses on the hillside surrounding Nice give off subtle scents, among which the mimosa is the most predominant perfume in the winter. Also worth a visit : the other markets in Old-Nice and the fruit and vegetable market in the Libération area. "
"Nice-Villefranche is the first port for Mediterranean cruises. The Port of Nice, surrounded by 18th-century buildings in the Genoese style, is actually named Port Lympia. The architectural complex seems inspired by the Italian Renaissance and influenced by the baroque urban planning of Turin. "
"Medieval walls encircle narrow streets and capture the heritage of more than a thousand years. Picking out the marks of history, either alone or with a guide, is to enter into the soul of Saint-Paul de Vence. The fountain at the heart of the village fills St-Paul's medieval vaults with music."
Built on the narrowest part of the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat peninsula, the villa is one of the most beautiful on the Côte d’Azur. Evocative of an Italian palazzo, the façades of the Villa are rich in references to the Florence and Venice schools, among others. Explore the classicism of the French garden, the lush vegetation of the Spanish garden, the rare species of the exotic garden or the archaeological relics of the stone garden.
"Built in the 1840s, Place Masséna remains the jewel of Nice. On the north side, elegant arcaded buildings are painted with the famous Pompeian red and to the East, there is a splendid perspective on the hills with their Tuscan charm. The square was renovated in 2007, accompanied by the installation of artworks along the tramway: seven statues devised by the Spanish artist Jaume Plensa, titled ‘Conversation in Nice’ and representing the seven continents. "
From the narrow streets of Old Town Nice to the sunny hillsides of the resort area of Cimiez, Nice is home to unmatched beauty and charms. Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, in the heart of Southeast France, traits fitting of both a coastal and mountain resort create a romantic allure emanating originality and contrast. Guests may enjoy a Nice vacation and stroll the legendary Promenade des Anglais to experience city life near charming shopping and dining. Authentic local colour and flavours wait in Old Town Nice along streets just wide enough for pedestrians, dating to medieval times. From history and landmarks to stunning museums and beautiful countryside, Splendid Hotel & Spa in Central Nice provides easy access to designer shopping, two casinos, the Acropolis Convention Centre and Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport.
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