As it is home to beautiful beaches and one of the biggest film festivals in the world, Nice has definitely earned its spot as the second largest tourist destination in France. But if you thought these are the only two things this city has to offer, you were wrong.
The Cost Of Comfort
Nice resides at the Cote de Azur. Not only that, but it’s also a place of glamour, beautiful scenery, and amazing views.
Considering all the above, we could say that the prices in Nice are fair.
Accommodation costs vary from place to place, as you can find 20-40 EUR dorm rooms as well as 65 EUR private hostel rooms. Hotel accommodation doesn’t go below 80 EUR per night.
As far as food goes, don’t plan on keeping your budget intact in Nice. The only cheap option is 6 EUR street foods, since a complete meal at any of the restaurants here will cost you a grand total of 32-52 EUR, while a week’s worth of groceries can go for anywhere between 35 and 75 EUR.
Now That You’re Here…
Although it might get a bit pricy, Nice is truly a beautiful place to spend your vacation at. There are many, many popular attractions here, as well as secluded spots and activities.
If the beach is on the top of your priority list, head to Promenade des Anglais. This is where the shore is most beautiful, as it’s a perfect place to relax, go for a swim, jog, or take a stroll.
Those who want to get more immersed in the local dynamic should check out the Cours Saleya Flower Market, as well as the Matisse Museum.
At the end of the day, make sure you take a photo while at Le Chateau, where the best panoramic view of the city and the sea can be found.