EU citizens do not need a visa to enter France. An identity card is enough. Canadians and Americans can stay for 3 months with just a valid passport.
Service for passengers: self-service tax refund kiosks at Aéroport Nice Côte d’Azur
The Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur limited company and the government tax authority have introduced self-service tax refund kiosks for passengers at Nice Côte d’Azur airport.
Unique in Europe, this new service – known by its French acronym PABLO (programme for processing tax refund slips by optical scanning) – has been introduced to make it quicker and easier for travellers to claim tax refunds before departure.
Any passenger who has received tax refund slips with a bar-code and a Pablo logo, can validate them on one of the interactive Pablo stations, located in the arrivals of each terminal
Getting to French Riviera is possible thanks to more and more companies operating flights in and from Nice : Air France, Transavia, British Airways, Iberia, Lufthansa, Emirates and Vueling.
From the United States:
You can fly direct to Nice (NCE). Indeed, Delta Airlines operates flights every day of the week to Nice airport leaving from New-York City. Air France also flies direct from New York (NYC) to Nice (NCE).
You can fly with Air Canada with direct flights from Montreal (YUL) to Nice ( NCE)
Indeed, the company operates flights every day of the week.
For more information
Office du Tourisme et des Congrès de Nice
5 Prom. des Anglais, 06000 Nice
04 92 14 46 14
Office de tourisme de Cannes
1 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06403 Cannes
04 92 99 84 22