The city of Nice is located on the French Riviera in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. With 7 kilometers of beach along the Promenade des Anglais, Nice has one of the longest and most famous beaches of the French Riviera. The Promenade des Anglais offers splendid views and many palm trees, with elegant hotels, bars, cafes, and restaurants all located on the promenade.

The city offers narrow streets, flanked by tall buildings painted in warm colors of reds, yellows and ochre.

A major attraction is the old town with long winding streets, outdoor markets, gastronomic restaurants, bars with live music, and brasseries.

Hotel Accommodation

All types of hotel accommodations are available in and around Nice. From elegant seaside five-star hotels to budget hotels. Some are a 5-minute walk from the Acropolis, and others are a 5-minute tram ride.

As a Digital Transformation World attendee; reduced rate accommodations will be available and the link to do this will appear here shortly.

Please note: Hotels are in high demand during our conference due to the Cannes Film Festival.  It is advisable to book as early as possible to secure the hotel of your choosing.

Getting to Nice

The Nice Cote d’Azur Airport is located on the Promenade des Anglais at the west entrance of the city, 7 km from downtown and is served with two terminals. A bus service connects both airport terminals to the center of Nice (6 Euro). The buses run two routes – route 99 to the central railway station in Nice; Gare Nice Ville, and route 98 to Promenade des Arts (from here, the Acropolis is a 4-minute walk).

Taxi services are also available. Rates range from 22 to 32 Euro from the airport to the center of Nice, plus supplement charges for the time of day, baggage and extra passengers.