Nice

Overall Score

3.9

Nice is a Mediterranean port city located in the south of France. Nizza is the administrative center of the region of the Alpes-Maritimes. It is a major railway station, a famous tourist spot (the French Riviera) with around 400,000 inhabitants.

Nice was founded by the Grecians in the 4th century before Christ. At that time it was called Nicaea, after the god Nicaea, who symbolized the victory over the inhabitants of the Ligurian Sea. Since then the city has been the most important trading centre on the entire Mediterranean coast. In 880 Nica was ravaged by the Saracens, who ruled for most of the 10th century. In the Middle Ages, Nice had to withstand the attacks of the French kings, who tried to seize the city. In 1388 the city came under the protection of the Savoie Kingdom.

In the war between the kings of France the First and King Charles the Fifth, the city endured the invasion of the French armies that invaded the city and the sea for many years. In 1538, when the monarchs signed a 10-year truce between them, the city was attacked again in 1543 by the French First and the barbarians of Barbarossa. The history of the city is marked by a female coach named Catriona Segueran, who managed to take the badge from the enemy soldiers. In 1550 and 1580. Andash; Nizza was the scene of a plague epidemic.

The city attracted foreign tourists as a great resort with mild weather and warm winters when Napoleon governed it.

The second half of the 20th century was relatively quiet for a city led by Mayor Jean Médecin (1928-1966) and his son, Jacques Médecin (1966-1990). The only major event during the years was the 1979 tsunami, in which nine people were killed.

Nice has often hosted international festivals and political forums. In 2000, the Summit of the European Union was held here, where the extension of the borders of the European Union to the east was approved. In June 2008, the Presidents of Russia and France met in Geneva to discuss the basic agreement between Russia and the European Union. Nizza is almost 1,000 km from Paris, 230 km from Marcelles and 200 km from Genoa. Nizza is located on the edge of the River Var, on the coast of the Bay of Anguilla. In the north, it is surrounded by a number of high hills.

Nice is characterized by a temperate climate. Temperatures have been mild for most of the year. There are relatively few sprinkles, mostly in early fall and early spring. Spring weather is often accompanied by winds.

Summer is typically hot, sunny and dry. The temperature is quite often over the 30 degrees Celsius mark. Maximum temperature is 38 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperature in winter –8 degrees Celsius. There are freezing temperatures in winter. Snow falls very rarely.
Nizza: An economic factor.

The majority of the citys population is employed in the service sector, which generates little income for the city treasury. Other industries also thrive here: manufacturing, textiles, garments, clothing, perfumes, as well as fruit and vegetable growing and horticulture.

Nice is the third largest airport in France and is called &lacquier Bordeaux. Numerous railway lines connect Nica to other cities. Within the city there are trams and bus lines.

Nice has the University of St. Joseph Anatopoulos, which is responsible for all research activities in the city. The university was founded in 1965. The university has 62 research divisions, some 35 laboratories and more than 100 research groups.

The most beautiful architectural structures can be seen in the outskirts of the city. There are 19th- and early 20th-century churches, cathedrals, and palaces made in Italian baroque style.

Nice is known first and foremost for its Anglican side, where the citys chippy roofs and tasty smells of local grocery markets can be seen everywhere. It is the center of the Lazare Bereg resort, with its lively little streets, its squares, its beautiful nightlife and its rromantic spirit – all of which are in the city of Milan. Its easiest to explore Florence from the west to the east, but you can do it by walking. Start by walking along the English boardwalk, which, of course, was built by the English. The waterfront is 7 kilometers long and covered with pebbles. If you get tired of singing, you can use the benches and chairs that can be moved to any comfortable place you like. On the first Sunday of the month, you can also ride your bike in Nizza, and the traffic is completely interrupted.

100 USD = 91.92 EUR

Overall Score

3.9
  • Air quality: 40 US AQI Good. Air quality is satisfactory, and air pollution poses little or no risk.
  • Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
  • Religious government: Non-religious
  • Population: 340,000 people
  • Population density: euro euro not busy: 14x14m 196m per person
  • GDP: $36,826 / year
  • Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
  • Power outlets: 230V50Hz
  • Internet: 28 Mbps
  • Best wireless: Free
  • Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
  • Tipping: You can leave around 5-10 percent if you are very happy with your meal. This will be more than appreciated. Essentially tipping in France is more of a gesture, and less of an obligation. So, if you receive exemplary service then it is nice to leave a larger tip to demonstrate your appreciation.
  • Apartment listings: Seloger
  • Apartments: Airbnb
  • Hotels: Booking.com
  • More hotels: Hotels.com
  • Best taxi: Uber
  • Best coworking space: Les Satellites
  • Online electronics shop: Amazon
  • Best hospital: Hpital de L euro Archet
  • Best short-haul air carrier: Easy Jet
  • Best intl air carrier: Air France
  • Monthly costs for expat: $2200
  • Monthly costs for family: $4600
  • Monthly costs for local: $1300
  • Meal: $12
  • Small Cola: $2
  • Beer 1 Pint: $6
  • Coffee: $4


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