Nice is an excellent choice for a city trip or regular holidays. This is due to the wonderful climate, beautiful beaches, many cultural activities and a well-developed gay scene. Nice is, after Paris, the most popular gay destination in France. Most gay occasions are located near the old town and Promenade des Anglais. The gay Castel Plage’s private private beach is also close to the old town.



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Hotel Negresco

Le Negresco Hotel is a luxurious hotel and one of the most famous buildings on Promenade des Anglais, the seaside avenue of Nice. From the hotel you have beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea. This hotel is a very good choice if you are interest

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Palais Saleya Boutique Hôtel

Palais Saleya Boutique Hôtel is located in the Palais de Justice Square, right at the entrance to the Old Town. Palais Saleya is established in a a 18th-century building and the Promenade des Anglais and the nearest beach are just 300 meters away. Each stylish apartment or suite features a fully equipped kitchen with Nespresso coffee machine incl. free coffee capsules. Some apartments have a dish

Arome Hotel

Arome Hotel is located in the city centre of Nice, just 3 minutes walking from the Promenade des Anglais. The hotel was renovated at the beginning of 2018 and is only accessible by a staircase. All stylish rooms have a modern décor and are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities. The en suite bathrooms are equipped with complimentary toiletries. Free breakfast is included with a croissant
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Hôtel La Pérouse Nice Baie des Anges

Hôtel La Pérouse is in a perfect location to discover all that Nice has to offer. The hotel is close to the beach, just cross the boulevard. From the rooms with balconies you have wonderful views over the beach and the sea. In addition, Hôtel La Pérouse is the old town of Nice, which means that you can go to different homesteads. Cascade du Casteu (a waterfall with fantastic views) is also wit
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Hôtel Le Petit Palais

Located at the border of the city center of Nice, Hôtel Le Petit Palais is ideally located for visiting the many cultural attractions of Nice. The Chagall Museum, the Matisse Museum and the Photography Museum are all within walking distance of the hotel. Hôtel Le Petit Palais is set in a beautiful property overlooking Nice. The rooms are well taken care off and equipped with free WIFI. In the ga
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Hotel Victor Hugo Nice

Hotel Victor Hugo is a small hotel in Nice and offers 6 rooms and suites. All rooms differ from size and facilities. Guests especially appreciate the very friendly and service-oriented owner who does his utmost best to make your stay in Nice as good as possible. From Hotel Victor Hugo it is a 10-minute walk to the beach. Red Café and the High Club are the closest gay venues and it is a very nice
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Boscolo Nice Hotel & Spa

The Boscolo Exedra Hotel is situated in a beautiful historic building and is a very good choice for your stay in Nice. Besides the central location, close to the beach, cultural institutes, shops and the gay scene, the hotel also offers excellent facilities such as a wellness, an indoor pool, a lovely terrace and spacious rooms featuring free wireless internet . The old town and the beach are less
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Best Western Plus Hôtel Brice Garden Nice

The beaches of Nice are just 500 meters away from Hôtel Brice Garden. This makes the hotel an ideal choice for your stay in Nice. Other touristic attractions and the nightlife of Nice are also close to the hotel and to the old town of Nice is a 15-minute walk, mainly over the famous Promenade des Anglais. Hôtel Brice Garden is a well-maintained hotel and appreciated for its friendly staff, centr
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AC Hotel Nice by Marriott

Due to its favorable location relative to the beach and its excellent facilities is the AC by Marriott a good choice for your stay in Nice. The hotel is located on Promenade des Anglais, the famous promenade that runs along the beach. The hotel features a rooftop terrace with swimming pool from which you have a fantastic view over the Mediterranean Sea, a spacious garden with terrace where you can
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Villa Kilauea B&B

Villa Kilauea B & B is a small bed and breakfast just outside of Nice. From the B & B you have wonderful views of the city and the surrounding hills. The B & B offers four stylishly furnished en-suite rooms and free wireless internet. In addition there is a spacious garden with swimming pool and Jacuzzi where you can relax and enjoy the weather. Because Villa Kilauea B & B is less than ten kilomet


  • Why to visit Nice?
  • It has become a tradition for us at Gay friendly travelling to write a post about Nice, France, every year in September. It seems like the place where we visited every time is a bit of a highlight for many of our readers from all around the world. Some of you even ask us how to get to Nice, and we have some good advice to give.
    If you have a special someone visiting you this summer, why not plan a fabulous trip to Nice? The city of romance in the French Riviera has many glamorous hotels, romantic restaurants, and excellent shopping. You can even visit the famous Museum of Modern Art, as well as the world’s largest aquarium.

  • How far is the nearest airport from Nice?
  • Over the last few decades, tourism has become a fundamental part of the French economy. But, the popularity of the tourist industry has been a subject of contention for some locals since the 1980s.
    While the majority of the population benefits from the city’s tourism, there are also a handful of people who feel the negative effects. This is why the city has passed laws to wage a new war against slum tourism. It is known as the Nice Declaration, and it is aimed at preserving the city’s cultural and historical heritage.
    It’s that time of year again — the time of year when if you’re Gay friendly travelling, you make sure you get out of town to celebrate Pride. For some, this means hopping on a plane to the nearest Gay friendly destination, while others will be heading off to a country in which they don’t have to hide who they are. Either way, Gay friendly travelling can sometimes be expensive – especially if you’re travelling to far-off locations like Brazil or Thailand.

  • How do I get from the airport to my hotel in Nice?
  • Nice, the largest city in the French Riviera (the French section of the south of France), is one of the world’s most beautiful and photographed cities. If you are looking for a nice place to stay in the French Riviera on holiday, you should consider Nice.
    Nice offers a wide range of accommodations, from luxurious apartments in the beach area to luxury hotels in the center of town. Gay friendly accommodation in Nice will not be difficult to find.
    I’ve been traveling a lot lately, and I’ve come to realize that it’s easier to get to your destination when you have a knowledgeable, friendly local guide to show you the way. In fact, I’ve come to see that everywhere I go, a local guide is more than just a helpful tourist. They’re a trustworthy friend.

  • Is it easy to find a parking spot in Nice?
  • The Quartier des Anglais in the heart of Nice, and it’s where you’ll find many of the city’s bars, clubs, and restaurants. It’s also the perfect spot to grab a drink or snack or just relax and watch the world go by.
    Some of these establishments are open all day, while others close down after a certain hour. Parking is extremely limited around the area, and finding a spot can be difficult.
    The city of Nice is one of the most popular tourist destinations in France, attracting around 10 million tourists every year. Getting around Nice is not as hard as you might think, though it might take a little bit of time to find a parking spot.

  • Is it easy to use public transport in Nice?
  • The city of Nice has over 30 different bus lines and three tram lines. The city’s metro is also very handy as the main station is located very close to the Promenade des Anglais and the beach. The city also has a funicular railway and a funicular that links the city with its airport. The city has a good network of pedestrian walkways and bike lanes. On the whole, Nice is a very accessible city for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users.
    To me, public transport has always been the unsung hero of travel. It’s always there, on time and always plays nice. I’ve had a couple of really good experiences on it and been to quite a few places and met a lot of people, but it’s always been there. The problem is that public transport in Nice is a bit of a mess. It’s not a great city for public transport, but it’s even worse for gay friendly travel.

  • Is it easy to get a taxi in Nice?
  • When you go to Nice, you will certainly take the time to enjoy the beautiful views and hanging out in the cafes. You can also take a trip to the beach in Nice, and there are many nice hotels to stay in Nice. You can take a bus and arrive on the same day to Nice.
    There are many options to get to Nice. Most of the time it is easy to get a taxi when you are in Nice. For example, if you ask a local, they will know where the best and the cheapest taxi rank is. A taxi rank is a public place where there is a taxi rank where taxi drivers wait for customers who need a taxi when they are in Nice. The taxi rank in Nice is in the most central area of Nice.
    Like many French cities, Nice is a terrific city to visit, but finding reliable transport to and from the train station can be difficult in itself. Finding a taxi can be challenging if you don’t speak French, and most people won’t understand the amount of money you want to pay for a ride.

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