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Bibliothèque Louis Nucéra

Attractions

One of the city's most visually striking landmarks, this library is located under Sacha Sosno's giant sculpture La Tête Carée, literally 'the square head'...

2 place Yves Klein
Free

Cathédrale de Sainte Réparate

Critics' choice
Attractions

Dating from the 18th century, this impressive cathedral overlooking Nice's prettiest square was built in honour of the city's patron saint. The Sainte...

place Rossetti
FreeMajor venue

Chapelle de la Miséricorde

Attractions

Considered one of the finest examples of Baroque religious architecture in France, this extraordinary church is almost too much to absorb in one visit. The...

cours Saleya
Free

Chapelle de l'Annonciation (Chapelle Ste-Rita)

Attractions

Follow a steady trickle of locals into this gilded baroque gem and light a candle for St Rita - the patron saint of hopeless causes - with whom the chapel...

1 rue de la Poissonnerie
Free

Galerie des Ponchettes

Art, Museums

The history of this 19th-century building is far from arty - it has been somewhat ignominiously used in its time as a public lavoir and a fish market - but...

77 quai des Etats-Unis
Free

Galerie du Château

Art

An exhibition platform for young local artists, this ambitious and innovative municipal gallery puts a great deal of energy into creating spicy, provocative...

14 rue Droite
Free

Galerie Jean Renoir

Art

Another of the city's feisty little municipal galleries (Galerie du Chateau, just around the corner, is part of the same gang), Jean Renoir is a champion of...

8 rue de la Loge
Free

Jardin Vigier

Attractions

Fastidiously maintained and, even to the non-horticulturalist, a pleasant prospect, this showpiece park is where the renowned Phoenix canariensis (Canary...

boulevard Franck
Free

L'Eglise de l'Annonciation

Attractions

Watching over the noise and commotion of the city's thriving fish market, this gilded gem of Baroque miniaturism receives a steady flow of devout locals and...

1 rue de la Poissonnerie
Free

L'Eglise du Jésus

Attractions

Officially called Saint Jacques Le Majeur, but known to everyone simply as the Eglise du Jésus, this tiny Jesuit-built church is a masterpiece of Baroque...

place du Gesù
Free

L'Eglise et Le Monastère Notre Dame de Cimiez

Attractions

The church itself, which is unremarkable save for its triptych of Louis Bréa altarpieces, is not the best reason to visit this small complex affiliated to...

place du Monastère
Free

Musée Archéologique de Nice-Cimiez

Museums

The smart, well curated museum of archaeology devotes two floors of open-plan exhibition space to a dazzling array of ceramics, coinage and assorted...

160 avenue des Arènes
Free

Musée Masséna

Museums

Reopened in 2008 after a massive renovation, the museum occupies a sumptuous late 19th-century Italianite villa, built as a winter residence for the...

65 rue de France/35 promenade des Anglais
FreeMajor venue

Musée Matisse

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

Just a few steps away from the Hotel Regina, where Matisse lived, this Genoese-style 17th-century villa keeps a significant number of the artist's...

164 avenue des Arènes
FreeMajor venue

Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle

Museums

If it creeps, crawls or slithers you'll find it dried out and on display in the antiquated wooden cabinets of this, Nice's oldest museum. And while junior...

60 bis boulevard Risso
Free
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