Dining & Nightlife
There is no shortage of selection of restaurants or cafes while in Nice. A couple of standout is Le Bistro d'Antoine for local cuisine, Fenocchio Glacier - for ice cream and for something a little more extravagant try Le Chantecler. Shopping
There are a lot of good places to shop in this French city, the main shopping high street in Nice is avenue Jean Medecin which runs the north-south length of the modern city centre. The old town is also a good area to shopping and will have some more unique items for sale.Flying time from: Toronto:
Mediterranean Climate - characterized by hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters.Electricity:
220V AC, 50 Hz; round two-pin plugs are standard.
A passport is mandatory for Canadian Citizens, although no visa is required. For other countries, please check the French Government Tourist Office to get a complete list.Note:
No vaccinations are required for entering France.
French Government Tourist Office website - ca-en.franceguide.com
Maison de la France
1800 Avenue McGill College, Suite 1010
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm (EST)
Telephone: (514) 288-2026 or toll free 1-866-313-7262