MUSEUM AND SITE ARCHAEOLOGICAL OF CIMIEZ
Take a break in the archaeological past of Nice. From prehistory to antiquity until the early Christian era.
Opening Hours : Open every day except Tuesday from 10h to 18h
Bus 15-17-20-22 Arenes stop
Bus 25 Monastery stop
Address : 160 Arena Avenue
RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL SAINT NICOLAS
St. Nicholas Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox religious building, located in Nice, France, one of the largest out of Russia.
May 1st to September 30th: 9h to 12h and 14h30 to 18h
October 1st to 31st: 9:15 to 12:00 and 14:30 to 17:30
November 1 to February 15: 9:30 to 12 and 14:30 to 17:00
16 February to 30 April: 9:15 to 12 and 14:30 to 17:30
6 rue Longchamp 06000 NICE
Museum dedicated to the work of the painter Marc Chagall
Hours : May-October: 10h-18h
Closed on Tuesdays
This museum dedicated to the work of the French painter Henri Matisse brings together one of the most important world collections of his works.
10:00 to 18:00
Weekly closing on Tuesdays
Bus: Lines 15, 17, 20, 22, 25 / Bus: Numbers 15, 17, 20, 22, 25
Stop “Bullring / Museum” / Stop “The Bullring / museum
Museum dedicated to the works of Pablo Picasso, including his work on ceramics.
Openings hours: Every day except Tuesday from 10h to 12h15 and from 14h to 17h and every day from 10h to 12h45 and from 14h15 to 18h15 in July and August
Bus: Envibus n°18 Cannes-Vallauris.
Envibus n°8 from Antibes bus station to the center of Vallauris.
Azur Lines n°200 Nice-Cannes, stop Square Nabonnand in Golfe-Juan
Train: Golfe Juan Railway Station
SMALL TOURIST TRAINS
Small tourist trains offer you the opportunity to discover different places without getting tired. Guided tours and translated, to miss nothing of the mythical places of the French Riviera.
Available according to the seasons in the cities of Nice, Cannes, Menton, Juan les Pins, Monaco, Grasse.
THE WONDER TRAIN
The “train of wonders” is one of the most beautiful tourist trains in France and offers to discover the eastern part of the Alpes Maritimes, between Nice and Tende.
From Nice, it takes you to the gates of the Mercantour valley. A unique opportunity to discover colorful villages such as Sospel, Breil or Tende.
Departure from Ponton Courbet to JUAN-LES-PINS
Discover Cap d’Antibes with underwater vision in the Bay of Billionaires.
April, May, June and September: 11h – 13h30 – 15h – 16h30
July and August: 9:25 – 10:40 – 11:55 – 14:00 – 15:25 – 16:50 – 18:15
From “Place Massena” to Palais Lascaris, you will have the opportunity to history and the rich heritage of the city of Nice. Have a break on” Cours Saleya” to sample some delicious niçoises specialities thanks to its incredible provençal market who offers vegetables, “charcuterie”, cheeses, flowers, books and furniture.
If you are a bit sporty, you can take the stairs who lead to “Le Château” which offers an amazing view of Nice.
The fascinating history of the city of Antibes, a city created by the Greeks and developed by the Romans, devastated by the Barbarians then fortified under Henry IV and Louis XIV will you mesmerize. You will appreciate the beauty of its medieval village, its ramparts of the seaside, its Provençal market, its famous port Vauban and its flowered district of Safranier.
SAINT PAUL DE VENCE
Located in a green jewel, St Paul de Vence is a medieval village, sheltered by its ramparts.
Throughout your ascension to the point view, you will meet plenty of art galleries of many different styles.
Have a break by the “terrain de pétanque” and look at the players ” tirer” or “pointer”.