Our website is regularly updated concerning the specific measures put in place by local tourism professionals. These measures are indicated by the red picto "Infos Covid-19" and are detailed in red on the information page of the professional concerned.
Here are the answers to the main questions you may have concerning your stay in Nice Côte d'Azur: if you don't find the information you are looking for here, you can also contact our team.
The following restrictions apply to the entire metropolitan area, from Saturday 3 April, 7pm, and for a period of 4 weeks :
The curfew applies to the whole of France between 7pm in the evening and 6am in the morning, with an obligation to present a certificate derogating from the curfew when travelling. In other words :
In view of the risk of propagation of the variant strains of COVID-19, from Sunday 31 January, any entry into France and any exit from our territory to or from a country outside the European Union will be prohibited, unless there are compelling reasons for doing so.
Entry into France, including for the European Union, will be conditional on the presentation of a negative PCR test.
Overseas travel will only be authorised for compelling reasons.
For more information about travelling abroad: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/je-pars-a-l-etranger/
Wearing a mask is obligatory in all public spaces, public and/or publicly accessible places in the Alpes-Maritimes department for anyone over the age of eleven.
Persons not complying with the wearing of the mask will have to pay a fine of 135 euros.
Following the announcement of the confinement for 4 weeks from 3 April 2021, our information offices will have to close their doors.
Our teams remain at your disposal by phone and email.
A normal service is maintained, but during rush hour transport is reserved in priority for home-to-work, school and medical appointments (wearing a mask and a certificate is obligatory and up or down doors must be respected).
Ticket sales on board busses are suspended : see other sales methods
Yes, but the number of passengers is limited and the wearing of a mask is necessary in the absence of driver/passenger protection.
Bars and restaurants are closed from Friday 30 October, except for delivery and take-away activities and room service in restaurants and hotel bars.
Here is a list of restaurants offering a takeaway and or delivery service during the lock-down
Restaurants are scheduled to reopen from mid-February if sanitary conditions permit.