Find Car Rentals in Nice (NCE)

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Fun Facts about Nice Car Rentals

  • On an average travelers booked a car rent 312 days in advance for their trip to Nice.
  • Travelers generally booked a car rental for 10 days.
  • Compact is the most preferred car category in Nice.
  • Most travelers booked Budget Rent a Car in Nice.
  • 50% of travelers were on a family trip to Nice.
  • 50% of travelers who visited Nice were females.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

Book a Car Rental in Nice, France

One of France’s top tourist destinations, Nice offers seaside views of stunningly blue waters and budget-friendly activities. Plus, its location makes it ideal for short trips to nearby cities or even countries, such as Mocano or Italy.

Best Places To Hang Out For Free
    • Accessible by stairs, bike or elevator, Parc du Chateau (Castle Hill) is a cliff that offers breathtaking views of the city and its port. A waterfall, garden, cemetery and even ruins of a citadel greet visitors at the top, and the peaceful greenery makes the area a lovely spot for a picnic.
    • Located in the posh district of Cimiez, the archeological museum is best known for its ruins of Cemenelum; the ancient Roman structure used to be an expansive bathhouse and amphitheater. Inside the museum you’ll find artifacts excavated from the site, including objects that paint a picture of daily life in the third century.

Top Recommended Day Trips From Nice
    • Unlike the working-class vibe of Nice, Cannes has a glamorous demeanor due to its eponymous film festival, couture shops and high-end restaurants, not to mention the fancy cars and yachts on constant display. Just over 30 kilometers away, Cannes is the perfect place for taking in the hedonistic air, whether you’re prepared to splurge or simply want to spend the day window-shopping.
    • Like Cannes, the tiny city-state of Monaco is known for its lavish wealth, which is apparent as soon as you set eyes on its gorgeous scenery, immaculately maintained buildings and even the public elevators that take pedestrians up and down the steep hillsides. There’s no excuse not to stop by for the day and experience the opulent Monte Carlo Casino or stately Prince’s Palace: It’s only half an hour’s drive east of Nice.