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.
On 21 July 2021, the "health pass" will be extended to all leisure and cultural venues (theatres, cinemas, museums, amusement parks, festivals, concert halls, etc.) with more than 50 people.
At the beginning of August 2021, the "health pass" will be extended to cafés, restaurants, shopping centres, hospitals, old people's homes, medical and social establishments, as well as to air, rail and coach travel for long-distance journeys.
To take into account the specific situation of certain categories of people, the obligation of the "health pass" is postponed to 30th September, in particular for young people aged 12 to 17.
More information on the health pass
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 from abroad: https://www.interieur.gouv.fr
Masks must be worn by all those aged eleven and over:
The Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau opened all its information offices to the public on Wednesday 12 May 2021, in compliance with the applicable health measures.
Our teams also 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.
Terraces of bars and restaurants will be allowed to open from 19 May with a maximum of 6 people per table.
From 9 June, bars and restaurants will be able to welcome you indoors in accordance with the appropriate gauges and protocols.
Here is a list of restaurants offering a takeaway and or delivery service