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The total driving distance from Paris, France to Nice, France is 579 miles or 932 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Paris, France. It ends in Nice, France.
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When in Nice, take a walk in the Old Town (Le Vieux Nice). Visit the baroque churches, narrow streets, town squares, quaint shops, cafés and restaurants. Most of the buildings are over 200 years old.
Some of the must visit attractions in Old Town include Chapelle de la Misericorde (baroque church dated 1740), Chapelle de l’Annonciation (Sainte-Rita), Cathedral Sainte Reparate, Cours Saleya (open air market), Eglise Saint-Jacques and the Palais Lascaris.
Cours Saleya is a pedestrian only flower and food open market located in the center of Old Town. It is a flower market by day and by evening the scene changes to a vibrant outdoor dining center. If you like antiques, make sure you get there on Monday (the only day for antiques).
For hassle-free and a more economical way to travel in Nice, check out the French Riviera Pass. This pass will allow you to travel on the hop on hop off sightseeing bus around Nice, a guided wine-tasting tour and entrance to several top attractions in Nice. Check out en.nicetourisme.com/the-french-riviera-pass for more info.
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