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Free Nice Walking Tour Around Nice Old Town and castle Hill
We are a friendly and dedicated team of guides, and we want to share our passion for traveling, life and France. We love what we do, so our goal is to give you the most fun experience and help you to find the best that the French Riviera and Paris has for you. You will be in the hands of a trusted local specialist with years of experience and vast knowledge. We wait for you!
The definitive way to explore any city is on foot. And, the best way to discover everything a new city has to offer is with a well-informed local guide. It all comes down to the guiding, who and what they know. To set the scene, we meet at Place Massena, just by the statue of Apollo who is known as the most beautiful god of many things. God of music, truth, healing, the sun and light, poetry, and more. And there you have it, Nissa La Bella portrayed in a single statue. The colony of Nice was founded around 350 BC by the Greek seafarers who had taken Marseille. They named their colony Nikaia, to commemorate a nearby warrior because Nike in Greek means victory. Now, check your footwear, do you see any logo? You’re walking in the footsteps of a Greek warrior, around a beautiful Italianate-French city, wearing trainers with a big tick on the side. Suddenly it all makes sense, right? On our free walking tour we will contemplate the beautiful Belle Epoque Opera of Nice. We will visit the Old Quarter, and in its center is the Cours Saleya, where we will take a break so you can enjoy the unmistakable Mediterranean baroque vibe. We will follow the Galerie des Ponchettes, a world famous gallery, and in Place Rossetti you will discover La Cathédrale Ste Réparate, a baroque masterpiece. There will be a lot to see and to know, so we are waiting for you!
Meeting point:1bis Place Massena 06000 Nice France1bis Place Massena 06000 Nice France
In Fontaine du Soleil, in Place Massena. Look for the guide with a red umbrella and shirt.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).