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Discover all that Nice has to offer with frequent, direct flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. It’s never been easier to reach this part of the beautiful French Riviera. We are the ideal choice when you want to fly to Nice, regardless of whether it’s for business or pleasure.

Why you should go to Nice

Founded in 350 BC on the stunning Côte d’Azur, Nice is one of France’s most visited cities. Each year, more than 4 million tourists head to this stunning part of the Mediterranean coast to take advantage of the climate.

Nice is loved for its gorgeous beaches, so sun worshippers will be right at home. If you prefer a more active holiday, you’ll be able to find various sports to take part in too, such as jet skiing, volleyball and pedalos. Meanwhile, setting off on a guided walking tour gives you the chance to soak up the sights.

Vieux Nice is the city’s Old Town and it’s hardly changed since the 1700s. It’s home to the Cours Saleya - a market square complete with everything from unique boutiques to delis selling delicious meats. What’s more, there is an abundance of architectural gems for those who want to soak up the local culture. Fans of history and the arts will also want to pay a visit to Musée Matisse, which features a collection of works by the artist, who lived nearby in the 1940s.

After a day of sightseeing, a walk along the Promenade des Anglais next to the Baie des Ange is the perfect way to see the sunset before heading to the Zone Pietonne to sample some of the cuisine on offer.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your flights from Liverpool to Nice today!

When you should go to Nice

With a beautiful Mediterranean climate, Nice boasts temperatures from 20°C to 25°C from late June to September - the perfect time to soak up the city’s fantastic sights and architecture, in between cocktails and ice-cream. In winter, Nice remains warm and is the perfect place to escape the wet and cold weather in the UK.

Where to stay in Nice

As the capital of the Côte d’Azur, when it comes to accommodation, Nice has plenty to offer. From rustic B&Bs to private rental apartments, modern hotels and luxury villas, there are options for every type of traveller and to suit all budgets. If you’re travelling from Liverpool to Nice, find your perfect place to stay with

The Old Town is the ideal spot for first-timers visiting the French city. Its cobblestone streets and tall, pastel-toned buildings are a sight to behold, and you’ll be right in the heart of it all. There are also many popular tourist attractions within a short walk.

If you’re keen to feel the sand between your toes, head to the Promenade des Anglais. Stretching for 7 kilometres, this beach provides the perfect place to catch some rays or build sandcastles with little ones. Why not take a stroll along the shoreline and admire the stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea?

Meanwhile, Quartier du Port is one of the trendiest areas of Nice, boasting an abundance of restaurants and bars. Vieux Port has a great vibe too. Its impressive marina is the ideal place for a stroll or just to people-watch.

What to see and do in Nice

With so much to see and do Nice, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to planning your trip. Some of the most popular attractions in this stunning French city include:

  • Colline du Château
    Climb up the winding staircases to admire the spectacular views over the city’s red-tiled rooftops from this impressive wooded outcrop, which translates as “Castle Hill”.
  • Parc Phoenix
    Parc Phoenix is a must-see if you travel to Nice with little ones. Not only does it feature a zoo that’s home to many different animals, there is also a botanical garden, playground and picnic spots.
  • Day trip to Monaco
    Nice is just a short drive from the glamorous destination of Monaco, and there are plenty of guided day trips available. Be sure to check out the famous Formula 1 Grand Prix track and watch the changing of the guard at the Prince's Palace

How long does it take to fly to Nice?

Flights to Nice from Liverpool take 2 hours and 15 minutes. You can fly directly from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (NCE) with airline carrier easyJet. The time zone in Nice is GMT + 1.

Once you have booked your flights to Nice, France, it’s the perfect time to find out what else our airport has to offer. Liverpool John Lennon Airport has a range of shops and restaurants, and you can even book a Fast Track security pass to skip the queues. To relax before your flight, why not secure a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge? We offer on-site car parking too.

If you are planning to book one of our regular flights from Nice to Liverpool, browse our Transport section for information about local traffic updates and public transport for help with your onward journey. You can also use our Car Rental booking facilities.

What currency do they use in Nice?

The currency used in Nice is the Euro (EUR).

Time Zone Currency Flight Time Carriers Airport Code
GMT + 1 EUR 2hr 15 easyJet NCE