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Nice East

As you take the tramway from Place Massena, once you go past Place Garibaldi you start heading into East Nice. The east is the most run down and least desirable part.

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Nice West

Though the Promenade des Anglais starts from the airport, the ‘nice’ part begins as you nearly reach Boulevard Gambetta. What exists in between is B-grade property for those that need a sea view but do not want to pay top dollar. Parallel behind lies Avenue Californie, rather run down and lined with mini-marts and pizza parlours. The local University and business school, however, give it potential for cheap purchases for student letting.

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Nice North

The north of Nice is where the real Nicois live. From above it looks like a large residential sprawl, underneath it is a close network of self-sufficient communities. Though the locals may love it, the area offers limited investment opportunity.

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Fabron

Nice’s most recently developed residential district enjoys large gardens, swimming pools and modern buildings. The people of this area can be assured by its high security and overwhelming sense of safety.

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Cimiez

One of the oldest areas in the city, the bourgeois residential area of Cimiez is family orientated. Full of parks, museums, and grand old buildings with intricate facades, Cimiez is middle-class suburbia, French style.

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Mont Boron

This Hollywood Hill of Nice plays host to an array of stars, from Elton John to Sean Connery. It is not just multi-million mansions, there are plenty of apartments with sun-drenched terraces and jaw-dropping sea views.

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Fleurs

The Fleurs district lies between the Boulevard Gambetta and Boulevard Grosso. Best known for the trendy Hi Hotel, it is a short walk from the beach.

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Carre d’Argent

The Carre d’Argent lies the other side of the Avenue Jean Medecin tram line to the Carre d’Or, and is perfectly placed between the city centre and the Old Town and Port. The Nicois-style buildings are lined with shops and restaurants, and everything you need is within a five minute walk.

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The Port

The Port of Nice hosts some of the world’s finest luxury yachts. A lively residential district, popular with expats, it has a very local feel.

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Musicians Quarter

Those that want easy walking distance to the beach, bars and boutiques, but do not want the bustle of the Carre d’Or or Old Town, turn to the more residential Musicians Quarter. Just to the north of the Carre d’Or, but still a 10 minute walk to the beach, this well kept district contains an abundance of beautiful Art Deco, Belle Epoque and grand Bourgeois buildings.

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