Hotel la Residence

18, avenue Durante, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France
Le Laurier Blanc Hotel
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by Schaefchen

We are travelling through France in August, by caravan. I heard that there are few camp sites and parking possibilities for camp mobiles along the côte d'azur. We do not have any reservations made and we are only travelling through (stays in monaco, nice and cannes for one night each). Does anyone have a good suggestion where we can spend our nights? Thanks in advance for any hints!

Re: Caravan

by NiceLife

Between Antibes and Biot are a number of camping sites - the old farm is one Ive noticed, and the mobile homes seem to park along the sea front overnight without restriction.

Monaco has a limited number of parking spaces for mobile homes overnight at ridiculous prices, but sleeping in them is strictly forbidden - you have to go hotel like the rest of folks if you want to stay in Monaco - it doesn't make a lot of sense. "Alcatraz for the Rich" isnt caravan friendly.

The nearest caravan/campsites in that direction are in Menton.

Re: Caravan

by sirgaw

Can't help on van sites but a suggestion - park the van at one place for the 3 nights and go by train to the different places. Nice rail to Monaco rail is only about 15 minutes, so its a bit crazy packing up to go such a short journey. You'd better pre-book as August is the real peak season there.

Travel Tips for Nice

Explore Nice's Old Quarter and...

by ejroberts

Explore Nice's Old Quarter and attend the local market. Visiting the Old Quarter of the city is like stepping back into a time long past. The streets are small and wind in circles. There are many small shops and restaurants. It is so different from the modern city that has grown up around it.

Walk along 'La Promenade des Anglais"

by Elainehead

Walk along 'La Promenade des Anglais'. It starts on Casino Ruhl (1, Promenade des Anglais).

It gets really crowded here in the summer, but it's less crowded in winter. In Nice, winter means you are going to have the warmest weather in France (between 5 to 15 Celsius), so take advantage of it and admire the landscape!

WEBCAM: When my oldest sister first saw Promenade des Anglais, she said it reminded her of Avenida Atl?ntica, which is the world famous avenue along the shore of Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro. No wonder Rio de Janeiro and Nice became sister cities in April of 1977!!!!

If you want to check the slight resemblance, check Avenida Atlântica livecam (choose the "Avenida Atlântica esquina da Avenida Rainha Elizabeth da Bélgica" cam):

P.S.: Don't forget the time zone difference!


by keeweechic

Banks and exchange bureaux give better exchange rates for traveller's cheques than for cash; Banque de France offers the best rates in the country. France's ATMs are plentiful and accept all the major international credit and bank cards. I believe though if you have a card with more than a 4 digit pin, you may have a little trouble with the machines there.

Day trip to Eze village

by Nice2004

A wonderful day out from Nice and really a 'must see', Eze is a lovely medieval perched village about 30 minutes from Nice. Full of little winding streets, smalls shops and resturants, and from the Jardin Exotique (you have to pay to get in) you get fabulous views over the coast and down to Eze bord de la mer.

Take the 82 / TAM 112 bus from the Gare Routiere in Nice. Website link for bus timetable:

Cours Saleya

by kenningst about Cours Saleya

Visit the morning market at Cours Saleya and you will be able to find loads of stuffs one sale. From flowers to cheese to meats. I really enjoyed this market and was utterly impressed with the variety that they have here. I manage to pack my lunch here as well at a very low price. Their morning market closes at around 1pm.

At night, the same street, Cours Saleya, transforms itself to become the concetration of cafe, pubs and restaurant serving very yummy french cuisines at a very reasonable price. So reasonable, that we ate here 2 nights in a row.


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 Hotel la Residence

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Address: 18, avenue Durante, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France