There are numerous museums in the city.
or as it is also called Castle Hill - is considered one of the main attractions of Nice. It is a small mountain on the eastern side of the Old Town. It got its name because of the castle that stood here in the Middle Ages, erected in the XI century. You can climb the mountain by elevator, but there is also a staircase. There is also an old park on the mountain with a picturesque view of the city and the sea, an artificial waterfall and a cafe.
The museum, created during the artist's lifetime, was opened in 1973. Initially, it exhibited 17 paintings by Chagall on a biblical subject. Later, sketches, sketches by the artist, and gouache works were added to this, most of which are also devoted to biblical topics. As a result, the museum has a fairly large, but somewhat one-sided collection of the painter's works.
Orthodox church of the Korsun Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in Nice, near Tsarevich Boulevard, on Avenue Nicolas II. One of the famous landmarks of Nice; according to media estimates, the largest Orthodox church in Western Europe.
Catholic basilica on avenue Jean Médsan in the center of Nice. Built in the neo-Gothic architectural tradition, designed by Charles Lenormand. Built between 1864 and 1868, it became the largest church in Nice, but not the city's cathedral. The style was dictated by the desire to gallize the city after the County of Nice was ceded to France by the Sardinian Kingdom, as the Gothic buildings were considered typically French.
one of the attractions of Nice, compactly located on an area of 7 hectares not far from the local airport. The park has existed since February 1990 and attracts many visitors almost all year round. The park is divided into several zones: an entrance with an amphitheater and a musical fountain, an exposition hall and a central lake with waterfowl, a greenhouse, the largest in Europe, contains 2500 rare plant species.
was built in 1840 and remains the pearl of Nice to this day. On the north side, it is surrounded by elegant arcaded buildings, painted in the famous Pompeian red, on the east, there are beautiful views of the hills filled with true Tuscan charm. The square was completely renovated in 2007. At the time of the restoration of the square, it was decided to decorate it with works of art. These are seven statues representing the seven continents, created by the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa and called "Conversation in Nice".
also called Mamac, is a museum of modern art, open since June 21, 1990 in Nice. Located in the heart of the city, next to Place Garibaldi and the extension of Kule Werth, MAMAC offers an immersion in international post-war art from the 1950s to the present day. With a collection of nearly 1,400 works by over 350 artists. The museum also displays major works of minimalist and povera art.
This is one of the most popular and oldest parks in the city. The park was laid out in 1852. This area is in harmony with the beginning of the Promenade des Anglais. The most interesting places of Nice merge in a magnificent way in a single ensemble. In 1860, the Musical Kiosk was erected in the garden in honor of the annexation of Nice to France. He revived this place indescribably.
The 17th century cathedral with a bell tower can be seen in the old part of Nice at the junction of St. Reparata and the Place de la Grasses. In structure, the building, made with a Latin cross with a dome in the middle, is close to Italian churches. This resemblance is enhanced by an ornate baroque façade and a shiny dome covered in lacquered tiles in the Genoese fashion.
one of the largest promenades in Nice. It starts from the Napoleon III bridge and ends with a transition to Quai des États-Unis. The Promenade des Anglais got its name in the 1850s. There are many hotels, palaces, casinos and other structures along the Promenade des Anglais.
The easiest way to purchase air tickets to Nice and back is to use the online booking service of the AVIA.MD. Payment is also carried out remotely, without the need to visit the office. Find out with what bank cards you can pay for air tickets. The purchase and sale agreement for air tickets can be easily read online. If you need access to the Terms of Service, you can read online at AVIA.MD.
Also, in order to get the most out of your travel, while buying an air ticket, the AVIA.MD website provides online booking of a room in one of the many hotels in Nice.