Art With The Tram
As well as Jaume Plensa’s glow-in-the-dark Conversation on place Masséna, there are 13 more works of art to discover along Nice's tram,...
Train des Pignes
Chugging between the mountains and the sea, the narrow-gauge railway Train des Pignes is one of Provence’s most picturesque rides....
Free sections of beach alternate with 15 sun lounge-lined private beaches, for which you have to pay by renting a chair (around €15 a...
High Club/Studio 47
The High Club’s mega sound system draws the occasional big-name DJ and throngs of 20-somethings every weekend. Over-30s hang out in the...
In a sumptuous pink Regency dining room, the Negresco's two-Michelin-starred restaurant, run by locally trained chef Jean-Denis...
Lonely Planet review
The best pan bagnat – loosely translated as sopped bread – the local version of a tuna sandwich, made with crusty bread, chunks of cold tuna, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, radish and egg, all drizzled with local olive oil comes from the port-side snack-bar La Gratta , which uses excellent ingredients including tender-crusted fresh bread and fruity green olive oil. Find a spot along the port where you can dangle your feet over the quai, and watch masts bob in the harbour while you drip olive oil down your chin.