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.
From Saturday 24th October 2020, a curfew will come into force throughout the Alpes-Maritimes department (including Nice Côte d'Azur)
Between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., in the territories subjected to the curfew, it remains possible to move around, provided with the certificate of derogatory displacement downloadable on the site of the Ministry of the Interior and the necessary documents, for certain reasons:
* Travel between home and the place of work or education and training.
* Travel for consultations and care that cannot be provided remotely and cannot be postponed or for the purchase of health products
* Displacement for compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable and precarious people or for childcare
* Travel for people with disabilities and their carers
* Travel to respond to a judicial or administrative summons
* Travel to participate in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority
* Transit-related journeys for long-distance journeys
* Short trips, within a maximum radius of one kilometre around the home for pet needs
You will find on the website of the French Interior Ministry the latest information concerning the conditions of entry on French territory according to the country you are coming from.
Wearing a mask is obligatory in all public spaces, public places and/or places accessible to the public in the following municipalities of the Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolitan Area from 8am to midnight for anyone over the age of eleven:
It is also compulsory in certain areas of the following municipalities:
Those who do not respect the wearing of the mask will have to pay a fine of 135 euros.
You can buy disposable and reusable fabric (general public) masks in certain department stores, pharmacies and tobacconists, in train stations and at Nice Côte d'Azur airport.
Yes, from 2nd June, the services are gradually being increased (a mask must be worn on all public transport)
Yes, a normal service has been restored (masks must be worn and certain doors must be used when getting on or off).
Ticket sales on board busses are suspended : see other sales methods
Yes! The City of Nice wants the reopening of transport to be accompanied by a more accessible alternative mobility offer in order to relieve the burden on public transport and promote soft modes of transport. Among these measures is an experimental cycling plan on some of the city's main roads.
Vélo Bleu and e-Vélo Bleu services are free of charge until 1st July.
Yes, but the number of passengers is limited and the wearing of a mask is necessary in the absence of driver/passenger protection.
On-street parking is free in Nice until 30 June 2020. In addition, the Ferber car park (at the western entrance to Nice) has been transformed into a park-and-ride facility for electric bicycles with parking for light vehicles.
The ferry service between the port of Nice and Corsica will resume during the first week of July
Yes, the parks and gardens of Nice reopened on Monday 11 May.
The children's playgrounds remain closed and the water mirror is not in service.
11 parks throughout the city (Arson, Banville, Caressa, Square Leclerc and bandstand of the Coulée verte, Dorgelès, Chambrun, Cimiez Monastery, Villa Masséna, Carras, Vérola de Saint Isidore garden) are reserved for seniors from 7am to 12pm.
Following the many cancellations suffered by the tourism industry, l'ordonnance n° 2020-315 du 25 mars 2020 on the financial conditions for cancelling certain tourist travel and holiday contracts in the event of exceptional and unavoidable circumstances or force majeure, modifies the obligations of professionals by allowing them to offer their customers, instead of an immediate refund, a credit note valid for a period of eighteen months for all cancellations made between 1 March and 15 September 2020. If at the end of these 18 months, the client has not used his credit, the professional will have to provide a refund.