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How to Find the Best Nice Hotels with Venere

The warm azure water of the Mediterranean sea and a pleasant year round climate are just two of the reasons why Nice, on the French Riviera, is one of Europe's premiere destinations. Well established tourist attractions and 300 days of sunshine a year guarantee the popularity of Nice as a vacation destination. High demand for Nice hotels means advanced booking is advisable to ensure you get the hotel you want. When booking through Venere you can be confident that the images and descriptions you find on our site will be accurate and up-to-date with reviews and recommendations from other travelers who have decided to shared their experiences. Whether you are looking for modest family accommodation or a luxury 5-star beach hotel, booking is efficient, accurate, and easy. For those traveling on business, Nice hotels are an excellent choice.

What's Nice Like?

Nice is considered the vacation hot-spot of the rich and famous. The Promenade des Anglais is a wide pedestrianized path popular with locals and tourists alike for jogging, walking, or having a coffee in one of the cafes overlooking the Baie des Anges. For the traveler seeking cultural pursuits, Nice is an excellent choice as it is home to several museums including the Musée Matisse. The Matisse family donated many of his works as Matisse lived there for nearly 40 years. Spectacular views of the city and harbor can be seen from la Colline du Château atop Castle Hill, a perfect place for relaxing. Along the way one will see the La Tour Bellanda, which houses the Musée Naval. This fortress was thought to be an impregnable defense, as it was built into the cliffs. Alas, soldiers of Louis XIV destroyed it and now all that remains is the tower.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nice

Before arriving in Nice it's a good idea to speak some French. The use of please, thank you, and greetings are always appreciated. The French take their food seriously, and a traveler should allow plenty of time to enjoy it. If you see Service Compris on the menu it means the tip is included, and is normally 15%. As in many tourist areas, there are pick pockets. Carry your cash and credit cards securely to avoid becoming a victim of this crime. In Nice, some beaches are private and will be cordoned off from the public beaches. If you wish to use their facilities you have to pay for beach chairs, marquees, and towels. By checking Venere you can find the beaches which suit your requirements.