Day 1 in Nice
What to see in Nice if you only have a single day available and have not selected a specific museum or sights in advance?
We would definitely recommend exploring the area around the Promenade des Anglais and the old town of Nice.
Day 2 in Nice
If you have 2 days at your disposal, there is of course more time to experience more of Nice’s sights.
If you are into art museums, there are 2 magnificent ones in the Cimiez area: the Matisse Museum and the Chagall Museum. They are quite close to each other and are both a great experience.
You can either walk to the museums. They are at 2.2 mi from Place Masséna and it takes about 45 minutes, or you can take a taxi or the bus 05 from Place Masséna.
If you want to spend a nice and sunny hour on the Mediterranean, then there is a really nice sightseeing trip from the Lympia harbor. From here you sail into the Bay of Villefranche and then along the coast off the Promenade des Anglais, before returning to the port of Nice.
Day 3 in Nice
If you have three full days at your disposal, you can really get to experience Nice from its very best sides.
So depending on whether you just want to stroll around and enjoy the atmosphere, or you are still hungry for more sights, here are a little more you can choose from.
The Russian Church in Nice is simply unique and is located not far from the Food Mecca of Gare du Sud.
And depending on the weather, the old Baroque mansion Lascaris, in the old city, is an architectural gem.
But it’s all up to you!
The above is just our suggestion, and perhaps your wishes take you in a completely different direction. You may also check the blogpost from LOVE-LY-SOUTH. Either way, Nice has so much to offer that we can only wish you a great experience.
You can read about Nice and see all the experiences here: Overview all experiences in Nice
By Tommy Sverre – 2023