Nice Apartments

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Explore Nice

One of the most glamorous resorts of the Côte d’Azur, or French Riviera, Nice has been wooing well-heeled tourists for over a century. Visitors come to experience the incredible vista from the Colline du Chateau, wander the Promenade des Anglais or the picturesque streets of Vieux Nice (old town), and see the stained glass windows of the Musee Chagall or the paintings, drawings and sculptures of Musee Matisse. Of course, Nice’s beaches remain a popular draw card, and a day spent enjoying the views from those legendary blue chairs or sun loungers is a tourist must do – and a great escape from the pebbles beneath. After a day of sightseeing or sun, you will have earned a plate of Nicoise salad, or perhaps a socca, a thin pancake made of chickpea flour. If staying in a Nice apartment or villa, you can also take advantage of local markets, including the famous Cours Selaya. A daily flower and produce market, here you can buy everything from fragrant blooms to olives, cheese, bread and fresh fish. What better way to experience the true Nice, like a local.

When to go to Nice

Although famed as a summer destination, Nice first became a tourism mecca when visitors began flocking to its mild winter climate. Now, Nice is a great year round destination, with temperatures ranging from around 15°C in winter to a balmy 27°C in July and August. If visiting at this time, be prepared for crowds of tourists and lengthy delays on the roads.

Getting to and around Nice

Most tourists arrive in Nice by car, TGV train from Paris, or flights into Aéroport International Nice-Côte d’Azur, around 6km from the city centre. Buses are also available from nearby Cannes, Grasse and Monaco, among other French towns. Once in Nice, public transport options include buses and trams.

Renting holiday accommodation in Nice

When choosing accommodation in Nice, apartments and villas are undoubtedly the best option. Hotels are notoriously expensive, and renting a more affordable self-catering apartment or villa means you can also cook and eat in when you want to, not to mention offering all of the comforts of home.

Whether you're visiting the French Riviera on business or you're simply enjoying a relaxing family holiday, apartments and self catering accommodation in Nice represents an excellent option, promising space, comfort, flexibility and often at a far more reasonable cost then when to compared to staying in a hotel.

HouseTrip offers a number of quality Nice accommodation options ranging from budget studios and one bedroom apartments in Nice old town to larger holiday rentals, many with gorgeous sea views. You’ll not only save money, but you’ll have more space, privacy and freedom too.

Browse the range of apartments to rent in Nice, France today.

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4.3 out of 5 based on 2949 reviews
Elisabeth
Stayed 25 - 28 Jul 2014 in:
A verk nice apartment close to the shore and in a very nice part of the town. I highly recommend anyone to rent this place.
Yuriy
Stayed 12 - 26 Jul 2014 in:
Getting to the apartment was very easy and hence our arrival was smooth. The host’s representative was very friendly and efficient. Overall impression of ou... More
Jarno
Stayed 18 - 23 Jul 2014 in:
The apartment was spacious and clean. The host was very friendly and helpful. Location was good.
Jarno
Stayed 9 - 15 Jul 2014 in:
The apartment was clean and in very good shape. Location was good and the host friendly and helpful.
Elizabeth
Stayed 23 - 26 May 2014 in:
WE HAD A WONDERFUL STAY. THE APARTMENT IS IN GREAT LOCATION, VERY WELL EQUIPPED AND THE OWNERS COULD NOT HAVE BEEN MORE HELPFUL. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THI... More

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