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A Dedicated Calendar "Nice, gay friendly"

Capital of the Côte d'Azur, Nice is a key place for travellers from the LBGT community. A city which is open and socially mixed, it was one of the first French cities to work with IGLTA (International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association).

My Road Book

As part of its quality approach, Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau presents a new feature “My Road Book” on the site nicetourisme.com.

 

French Riviera Pass : News in 2017

Since it was created in June 2008, inspired by City Passes, the “French Riviera Pass”, key to a successful stay, provides access free of charge to the French Riviera’s main emblematic cultural and tourist sights...

 

News in the Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau's offices

In 2016, all the reception facilities of the Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau have undergone an internal revolution. In the latest design, everything is new, accessible and connected, in response to the most demanding specifications so that we can offer maximum comfort to visitors. The resulting facilities are now up to the standard Nice deserves.

The cuisine of Nice goes global!

The cuisine of Nice is widely appreciated and has found its place of choice in the world. Supported in Nice with the certification Cuisine Nissarde, its wholesome recipes are based mainly on vegetables, herbs and spices, and olive oil.

 

A new look for the website dedicated to the Nice Greeters

Just like the Nice Convention & Visitors Bureau and the French Riviera Pass websites, the Nice Greeters website has been completely renovated and given a new look: more space, more pictures, more information and better ergonomy. It offers simplified access to this dedicated site. It is available in two languages: French and English.

Launch of the frenchrivierapass.com website

Just like the Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau website, the French Riviera Pass website has been completely renovated and given a new look: more space, more pictures, more information and better ergonomy.

A new look for the Convention & Visitors Bureau of Nice websites

The site has been completely renovated and given a new look: more space, more pictures, more information and better ergonomy. It offers simplified access to the main site (nicetourisme.com) and dedicated sites: for the city card (French Riviera Pass), for business tourism (meet-in-nice.com) and, soon, for a different way of discovering Nice (nice-greeters.com). The Convention & Visitors Bureau site will be available in eight languages: French, English, German and Italian now; and Spanish, Russian, Japanese and Chinese later.

Ambassador Programme Launch

The City of Nice and the Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau established the Ambassador Programme to promote this environment and the development of medical congresses.


A recognized culinary heritage

Nice, 5th city of France and international touristic centre, is a modern and active capital that managed to preserve its lifestyle during the centuries of a rich and intense history, drawing its energy between sea and mountains.

"Family Plus" Label

On 22 November 2010, the Convention & Visitors Bureau received the label "Famille Plus" awarded to the destination Nice. The importance of  this distinction for enhancing  the   status    of    Nice    with    a    family    clientele as well as on the policies set up to cater for the different types of clients and markets in order to offer a better quality of services.


The Gay friendly label intensifies

The gay friendly label “Nice, a natural iridescence” of the Convention and Visitors Bureau intensifies its programme after the success of the first edition of France's first gay carnival.

 

Nice Greeters

The “Nice Greeters” programme was launched in June 2013 via a dedicated website: The Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau linked up with the Greeters movement so as to develop this type of participative tourism. “Nice Greeters” is a free service based on the enthusiasm of local people and voluntary help.