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Travel to nice France

Old town of the French Riviera

Through Nice, Nouvelair gives you access to the entire French Riviera. Nice with its old town, rich of its architectural heritage (baroque, belle époque, contemporary) and its nightlife but also the Principality of Monaco with its billionaire yachts and casinos. Within a short distance, the coastal roads of the Grande and Moyenne Corniche offer enchanting panoramic views of the Mediterranean. Stroll on sandy beaches, pretty fishing villages and visit small towns famous around the world such as Antibes, Juan les Pins, Saint Tropez or Cannes and its famous film festival. For a change of rhythm, the “Arrière-pays Niçois”, in Grasse and Saint Paul de Vence is of absolute beauty and tranquility. 


Le Vieux Nice:

With its dark, narrow and winding alleys, the old town has barely changed since the 18th century, with its shops, restaurants and bistros. But the highlight of the visit is the Cours Saleya: a massive market place that buzzes constantly. The fruit and vegetable market is perfect for fresh produce and gourmet souvenirs and the flower market deserves a stop for its colors and fragrances. A flea market is held every Monday.

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Promenade des Anglais: 

The most famous stretch of seafront in Nice is this vast paved promenade, which gets its name from the English expat patrons who paid for it in 1822. It runs for the whole 4km sweep of the Baie des Anges with a dedicated lane for cyclists and skaters.



Nice was founded around the 4th century BC by the Greeks. The history of the city is essentially characterized by two elements. It is at first a frontier town, which has frequently changed sovereignty. It was thus successively Ligurian, Greek and Roman, before becoming part of the Ostrogoth Kingdom of Italy, then of the Roman Empire of the Orient and the Kingdom of Italy (888-1024), becoming then Genoese, Provençal, Savoyard , Piedmontese and finally French. It is also a city whose development has been very fast and due to tourism.

 carnaval de nice


world, offering a program of unforgettable entertainment. These giant, colorful parades take place day and night, with entertainment provided by over 1,000 musicians and dancers from across the world. From 11th to 25th February 2017. 


Matisse Museum :

This museum, 2 km north in the leafy Cimiez quarter, houses a fascinating assortment of works by Matisse, including oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, tapestries and the Great Mater’s famous paper cut-outs. 

Address: 164 av des Arènes de Cimiez - Nice.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday 10am - 6pm 

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Find your cheap flight ticket to Nice: Nouvelair


An extraordinary destination balancing between history and culture, the inspiring city of Nice is a wonderful mixture between beauty of landscapes and the balmy Mediterranean climate. Get lost in the streets of the Old Town and don't hesitate discover the outstanding modern and old architecture. Get your cheapest tickets to Nice with Nouvelair. You will find low-cost and direct flight to enjoy your vacation in the south of France. Book your cheap flight to Nice and follow the different arrivals and departures of Nouvelair. Your Tunisian airline company puts at your service different prices per person for a specified period of time.



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Practical information

Perfect Mediterranean climate, all year round. The summer is hot but not torrid, the winter is moderately cold, and the spring and autumn seasons are the most pleasant to visit.



Winter can be cool and woolens are essential. In summer short sleeves are advised.


Nice is at 1:20 flight from Tunis


From the start of October to the end of March: no time difference with Tunisia (GMT+1) From the end of March to the end of September, Nice is one hour ahead of Tunisia (GMT +2)


French as main language, English as a second language


Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport is located 7 Km South West of Nice.


No visa is required for French nationals traveling in Tunisia while Tunisians require a visa to travel to France.


Euro (EUR)