Visit Nice, the capital of the Côte d'Azur

The city of Nice has attracted the attention of artists for a long time. Today, it is the turn of wine lovers and professionals to be attracted to this pretty town on the Côte d'Azur. Nice has a very beautiful nature: between its vineyard, its Bellet wines and its production of olive oil (organic, it must be said), it knows how to attract wine lovers and gourmands. Winalist offers you a list of wine tourism activities to be carried out once there: visit, tasting, discovery, workshop, everything is there to have a good time with our winegrowers from Nice.

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What to do and what to visit in Nice?

Nice is a town located in the South East of France. It is also the economic and cultural capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the Côte d'Azur. Nice is positioned between the sea and the mountains, so it is the ideal place to meet up with family or friends: there will be no disappointment.

When you arrive in Nice, take a stroll on the Promenade des Anglais which is the emblematic maritime promenade of the city. Then go to different museums as interesting as each other such as the Matisse Museum where you can discover in depth the history of this fabulous French painter as well as his large collection of paintings. The Marc Chagall National Museum exhibits the artist's works inspired by the Bible. You must visit Saint Nicholas Cathedral which is a Russian Orthodox religious building located in Nice, it is one of the most important outside Russia. This Cathedral has also been classified as historic moments and has received the label "Heritage of the XXth century".

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What are the specialties of Nice?

We talk a lot about wines and cultural visits but we almost forget to fill our stomachs! In Nice, there are so many local specialties. Some of them will not be unknown to you but as for the others, we advise you to taste them during your stay in the south. There are socca, pissaladière, tropézienne pie, provencal stew, barbajuan and many other popular dishes. Match these specialties with the wines of the region for more pleasure during your meals!

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