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City Breaks to Nice
Nice is a stylish, fun city where the rich and famous come to play on the French Riviera and you could be there too with City Breaks to Nice from Ireland. Book cheap short breaks and weekend breaks to Nice from Dublin today with Club Travel for the best deals on flights, hotels and accommodation in Nice. Experience the sunny south of France for yourself and you will enjoy the stunning promenade, see world famous art and enjoy some of the best food and wine in the world. Year round sunshine and great beaches are another reason why millions of tourists flock to Nice every year. Book cheap Last Minute City Breaks to Nice today with Club Travel for great deals on city breaks to the French city of Nice.
Hotels in Nice
Club Travel can offer its customers amazing special offers on hotels in Nice. We have many hotels available and can find a special place for you to stay while on your city break to Nice. Whether you are travelling with friends, your partner or family, whether you have a big or small budget, call us now and let us find you a special hotel for your city break to Nice.
Ellington: This new charming property in Nice, the Ellington hotel enjoys a great location in the heart of the city, close to Nice Etoile shopping centre, just a few minutes’ walk from the famous Promenade des Anglais, the Old Town and its flowers market. This lovely 4-star hotel has been completely refurbished and offers new types of individualized rooms. You will be delighted by the refined atmosphere and the intimate decoration of the reading lounge and the tea room, as well as the jazzy ambiance of the new bar which opens onto the terrace and features free Wi-Fi Internet access.
The Hotel Le Grimaldi is a 4 star hotel situated in the central area of Nice. It has an authentic charm with the design of two Belle Epoque buildings, connected by an inner courtyard. The property provides 24 hours check in, car parking (chargeable), concierge services and wireless connection.
Sights and things to do in Nice
The Proemenade de Anglais: This premade is what most people think of when they think of Nice. It is a lovely place to spend an afternoon or early evening.
Matisse Museum exhibits the art and some personal possession of the famous artist Henri Matisse
Cours Saleya flower Market is a famous flower market in Nice, open every day except Monday.
Le Chateau: Whether you walk up all the stairs to the top of the Château or if you take the elevator you will be rewarded by an exceptional view of the whole city.
Rue de France Pedestrian Zone is a hive of activity featuring street performers, souvenir shops, cafes and other touristy things.
Food and Drink
In Nice you will be treated to some of the best food and wine in the world. The south of France is one of the best wine producers in the world and you should drink the locally produced Rose wine which is cheap and delicious. Here are some dishes you should try while in Nice: Nicoise Salad which includes fresh vegetables, potatoes and anchovies and for desert why not try some Socca which is a hot chickpea pancake.
Nightlife in Nice
As a major city Nice has no shortage of bars and nightclubs. The Old Town is a very popular spot to spend the evening. There is a fantastic array of drinking establishments in this area including champagne and wine bars or maybe English style pubs with live music tickle your fancy.
Weather in Nice: The south of France is known for its sunny climate. Nice experiences lots of sunshine throughout the year and in the summer the temperatures can easily go over 30 degrees Celsius. Autumn cools to the low twenties but it is still a beautiful time to visit the city.
Electricity: The standard European 220Volt two-pin round pronged plugs.
Currency: France uses the Euro
Nice Time is one hour ahead of Irish time. +1GMT
Visa requirements: Irish Citizens travelling to Nice do not require a visa as France is a member state of the E.U.