Every place has its own share of fun traditions and fact, and Nice is no exception! And if you’re planning got visit Nice, it would be best you’d be aware of these traditions and customs which the people in Nice revel in! Knowing a little about the place you plan to visit is always gives you an advantage and helps you bond with the people there better! So what’s the exciting stuff about Nice? Read on to know more!

The people in Nice love and adore the beauty of nature around them and they leave no stone unturned when it comes to celebrating nature! The Nicoise let their hair down and turn out in various colorful costumes when they celebrate the Return of Spring in the beginning of May. A host of music and dance performances are specially organized to welcome Spring back again. If you want to see the fun side of the people here, make sure you plan your trip to Nice somewhere in the month of May!

Nice Carnival:


The Nicoise also celebrate the Nice Carnival which comes in the second week of February. It is one of the oldest and most popular festivals in Nice and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and pomp. It is traced back to the Royals in Nice, who decided to celebrate just out of the blue with great food and music. The celebration was so wonderful that it soon spread across the city and is honored to date, known as the Nice Carnival.

Mardi Gras:
Literally translated into ‘The Fat Tuesday,’ Mardi Gras is the last day of the celebrated and renowned carnival of Nice. The streets are flooded with colorful streamers and music, and the vibe throughout Nice is totally festive! You surely don’t want to miss out on this day where both adults and children have the time of their lives spraying each other with colorful stuff! You won’t forget this day at all if you happen to make it to Nice during this time!

Nice Jazz festival:

jazz Festival

Jazz lovers here’s your invitation to one of the world’s biggest and most celebrated festivals that is entirely dedicated to jazz! Mid of July already calls for a prestigious national holiday – The Bastille Day and the Jazz festival coincides with the celebrations of this important national holiday too. The best of Jazz is brought right in front of you, and you won’t have a better experience in your entire lifetime!

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