The old town is a lovely part of Nice. By day it is bustling around the flower market area and by night bars with live music and restaurants create a lovely atmosphere.
About Old Town (Vieille Ville)
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It's nice that a big city like Nice still manages to keep the ambience of its old town. Narrow quaint streets, little plazas, a market that operates every morning selling fresh produce. Ofcourse there are lots of restaurants and souvenir shops. A great area. Climb...More
Also known as Vieux Ville, Nice’s Old Town stretches from the foot of Castle Hill to the Place Masséna, the city’s main square. A maze of narrow streets punctuated with broad promenades, the medieval quarter evokes the time in history when Nice was allied with...More
so many tiny shops, restaurants, and things to look at, that it is tough to see the entire area. The sardine feeling is difficult during full tilt, but the morning and evenings are fun. We found our breakfast spot there on the third day and...More
Shops, cafes of every description, large and small. Different smells come from each. Wonderful ice cream in the square and old buildings to visit
We stayed in the Old Town this time and were amazed that we had only previously scratched the surface. Off the Place de Justice are numerous little alleys, full of shops, restaurants etc. Packed with visitors during the day, less so at night when almost...More
This is a lovely town to explore... so many features, too many to say... from the markets to the many shops and restaurants... be warned a long standing tradition has it that the cannon fires every midday , so don't be alarmed!
We have been fortunate to visit Nice before and the old town is as great as the last time. Wonderful place with narrow streets that spill into small squares with plenty of places to sit and watch the sea of humanity flow by. Many little...More