Media Release: Food and art – two reasons to spend your half-term holidays in Nice

With flights nearly every 30 minutes, affordable hotels and weather that still allows you to enjoy the sun and beaches, it’s time to discover the real spirit of Nice

NICE, home to sun worshippers, glamorous jetsetters and shopping enthusiasts is also a cultural hub and gastronomic capital.

With the famous Salade Niçoise and stuffed vegetables to savour and works from artists like Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse and Armand to appreciate, Nice’s spirit is a colourful and varied one. Better yet, autumn is a great time to discover the city as the crowds have made their ways back home and you can explore the city at your own pace.

This week, on our blog, we’re covering Nice’s jewels as part of our regional guides:

Monday: Officially certifying the cuisine of the County of Nice to protect its cultural authenticity

Tuesday: Ten top addresses for local food with an atmosphere

Today: Nice ranks second after Paris for number of museums and galleries

Friday: The Acchiardo Restaurant: Tradition in its truest form

Looking to plan your half term holiday feature in Nice? Then head on over to our blog to get some inspiration, and don’t miss our other Regional Guides on PACA, Aquitaine, Burgundy and Nord-Pas de Calais.

Of course, you can also follow up on Twitter @AtoutfranceUKpr

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