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How to walk along the Promenade des Anglais in NiceHow to try glazed chestnuts in NiceHow to participate in the Carnival in NiceHow to buy an antique souvenir on the flea market in NiceHow to take a walk in the Old Nice in NiceHow to see the sunset from the top of Castle Hill in NiceHow to drink the wine on the beach in Nice10 things to doin Nice
The Old Town with it's fascinating architecture and small streets, the most authentic district in Nice. You should srart your acquaintance with the city from this place.
The old town (Le Vieux-Nice или Vieille Ville) is the bohemian Nice district, where the small shops, restourants and bars are placed between the 18th century buildings.
The most part of the Nice sights are located right here: cathedrals, palaces, towers, the Ols Senate Building which is now used as the doss-house for the homeless and the Mont Alban fort — everything's in the Old Town.
The local citizenes walk here at the evenings, having dinner, listening to mysic and relaxing. And the Promenade des Anglais takes the start from this place.
Photo: Old Nice, © Samneang Lina Sin
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Take a walk in the Old Nice
The old town of Nice consists of the small cosy streets, the 18th century buildings, the music and the most authentic bars.9
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More places to visit in Nice
Place Robilant flea market
A bright flea market on the outskirts of Nice is filled with ancient things tirelessly beckons those who want to acquire valuable memories.15
Here, in the gorgeous genoese villa the museum of the great french artist, the co-founder of a Fauve Henri Matisse is placed.6
Although the hill is only 92 meters high, it gives you an opportunity to enjoy the panoramic view of the famous Promenade and the whole Nice.13
Henry Auer sweet-shop
A confectioner's shop, was opened at the beginning of the 19th century by an ambitious Swiss. It is famous for unmatched candied fruits and nuts in the glaze.17
Promenade des Anglais
Locals call it the Promenade for the luxury of the buildings located on it. It is the favorite place for walks of natives and tourists.21