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The Cote d’Azur International Airport (airport code NCE) in Nice only ranks behind the Paris airports in terms of importance for France. Additionally, because it is located so close to Monaco it also serves as the Monaco airport. The airport is on the Promenade des Anglais, making it easy to get into Nice itself and its placement often provides lovely views of the Cote d’Azur from arriving and departing planes.

For a complete list of airlines serving the Nice Cote d’Azur airport, go to this page. You can see today’s arrival information here, and today’s departures here. To help you while away the hours waiting for your flight (as well as help you spend your leftover vacation money), you can go shopping at the airport (information on shopping here) and eat one last French meal before you go (information on restaurants here). There is a left luggage facility at the Nice airport near gate 0 in Terminal 1. There is more information here, including prices and hours. Those looking to connect while they are at the airport can learn more here about the internet centers, WiFi and internet salons. Ground transportation options are plentiful – you can choose from buses and shuttles (information here), taxis (information here) and trains (information here). You can also rent a car at the Cote d’Azur airport from one of the agencies listed here, and your driving directions to and from the airport are here.

Be sure to check these great deals on international airfare to Nice, and then read through our Nice Travel Guide to learn about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

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Nice is one of those must-see stops on any backpacker’s itinerary – partly because it has some nice museums, a pretty castle and a lovely Russian Orthodox cathedral, but mostly because even backpackers need some time relaxing on a Mediterranean beach at some point in their journey. “Roughing it” does not have to mean depriving yourself! Nice is the perfect base for exploring the Cote d’Azur as well as parts of Provence, too. And if you have money coming out of your ears (or even if you do not), there is nothing like a day trip to the nearby city-state of Monaco for a look at how the other half lives.