Why Travel to Nice, France?

Commonly referred to as Nice, Nice la Belle is the fifth most populous city in France, which is home to approximately 1 million people. The recorded history of Nice dates back to 350 BC when the Greeks of Marseille established a permanent settlement which they called Nikaia, named after the goddess of victory – Nike. Nice experiences a hot-summer Mediterranean climate with mild temperatures and moderate rainfall during winter, which makes the city an ideal destination for vacationing all year round.

So why should one travel to Nice?  Below is a look at some of the reasons for visiting Nice (and the list is open)

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    Cathédrale Saint Nicolas
    Nice is home to a number of cathedrals and churches whose exquisite architecture draws tourists across the globe. Some of the charming churches include Cathédrale Saint Nicolas which offers one of the most striking examples of Russian Orthodox architecture outside Russia. Chapelle de la Miséricorde is regarded as one of the finest example of France’s Baroque religious architecture; L’Eglise de l’Annonciation is also great example of gilded Baroque miniaturism; while the atmospheric villa Prieuré du Vieux Logis hosts a collection of artworks that span the fourteenth to seventeenth centuries.

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