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Cheap round-trip flights to Nice

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Why Book a Flights to Nice

One of the most famous destinations on the Cote d’Azur, Nice has been attracting sun seekers, celebrities and socialites for generations. Book yourself a flight to Nice and you could be among the beautiful people. Explore the charming Old Town, browse its great markets and lie on one of the world’s most iconic beaches – the good life starts here!


When to Book Flights to Nice

Thanks to its warm Mediterranean climate and picturesque setting, Nice makes a fantastic destination throughout the year.

The busiest time in this coastal metropolis is June to early September. Beaches are busy, hotels are full and flights to Nice are often a little more expensive.

If you want to take advantage of the warm weather, but don’t want to battle the crowds, book your Nice flight in April, May, late September or October. The temperature will still be warm, but the city streets will be a lot quieter and finding Cheap Flights to Nice should be easy.


How to Find Cheap Flights to Nice

Use Expedia to search for your Nice flight to give yourself the best chance of bagging a great deal.

You can use the filters on the left-hand side of your search results’ page to narrow your choices down by airline, departure time and travel time.

If your travel dates aren’t yet fixed, click on the ‘Show Flexible Dates’ link at the top of the results page to see if you could save money by flying on different days.

If you’re looking for Cheap Flights to Nice from London, make sure you select ‘All London Airports’ as your departure choice. This ensures you’ll be shown flights from nearby airports like Luton, Stansted and Southend as well as the city’s main international terminals.


UK Departures to Nice


Nice Cote d’Azur International

The main airport serving Nice and the surrounding area is Nice Cote d’Azur International. Located just 3.7 miles southwest of the city centre, it’s the third busiest airport in France and a hub for both Air France and EasyJet. Both long and short haul flights depart from Nice Airport to destinations around the world.

From the airport you can catch a bus into the city centre, while the nearest train station is 15 minutes away by foot. Taxis are also available at the terminal.


Which Airlines Fly to Nice?

A number of airlines offer direct and indirect flights to Nice from UK airports.

These include:


How to Get Around Nice

The easiest way to get around Nice is by bus. An extensive bus network connects the entire city centre and links Nice with several other towns and cities in the region.

Nice is also home to small but convenient tram network that allows you to travel between central areas quickly and easily.

If you’d rather explore Nice under your own steam, the city has an established bike rental scheme or you can simply slip into some comfy shoes and hit the streets.


Must-See Attractions in Nice

Nice’s most famous landmark is the Promenade des Anglais. A beautifully designed pedestrian area that follows the curve of the Baie des Anges, it’s the perfect place for an afternoon stroll or a day of people watching.

If you’re interested in the city’s past, a visit to its colourful old town is a must. A maze of narrow alleyways and cobbled streets, it’s home to a number of small markets as well as shops, restaurants and cafes.

Visit Nice Cathedral, the Palais de la Préfecture and the Palais Lascaris to learn more about Nice’s fascinating history.

If you want to enjoy sweeping views of Nice and the surrounding area, head to Castle Hill, just at the edge of the old town. First inhabited by Greeks around two thousand years ago, the citadel that once stood on the site was destroyed by soldiers of French King Louis XIV in 1706. Today the location has been transformed into a spectacular park and makes a welcome oasis in the heart of the city.


Tips for Travelling in Nice

If you’re planning to use the city’s public transport system look into buying one of the travel passes available on the network. This will help you to save more of your holiday budget for enjoying the restaurants, shops and attractions Nice is famous for.

Reviews from verified customers

Sep 24, 2018

Good. Was on time too

Sep 24, 2018

Nice trip to the south of France ,Nice, my planes weren't delayed also..this is my first flight with Jet2 and very good also..

Sep 18, 2018

All very quick and smooth and on time.

Sep 17, 2018

Liverpool airport has to be one of the most convenient. 20m walk from car park and no queues.

Sep 9, 2018

If seats are available in same class one should be able select Freely online ch cling without being charged BA had simply pre allocated our seats but on attempted even to move to the seat next they were not covering to charge??

Sep 8, 2018

More gluten free options would be appreciated.

Sep 7, 2018

Staff were really great

Sep 6, 2018

Bag drop at Gatwick very good

Sep 4, 2018

Thank You. Can you teach BA how to offer a sandwich and a drink inclusive of the seat price?

Sep 3, 2018

Polite friendly professional crew