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Nice boasts historical and delightful surroundings that travellers can enjoy during a holiday or a tour. The city is vibrant both day and night, with attractions like winding streets and buildings influenced by Baroque, medieval, Provencal, and Genoese architecture. Visitors often arrive from Nice's airport or by rail from Paris, Milan, Marseilles, Geneva, Barcelona, and Genoa. Cheap car hire at Nice Rail Station is available to complement the transportation and further travel needs of visitors.
The outstanding architectural aspects of Nice can never be bypassed by visitors. In fact, its most exotic structure is the Russian Orthodox Cathedral that boasts six onion domes. Baroque architecture can be admired at the Saint-Francois de Paule, Cathedrale Sainte Reparate, Chapelle de la Misericorde, and the Saint Martin-Saint Augustin.
Nice's beauty and surroundings even attracted famous artists like Matisse, Renoir, Chagall, Picasso, and Monet. In fact, visitors can view many of their works housed in many museums in the town. These museums include the Saint Paul de Vence Musee International d'Art, the Musee des Beaux-Arts, the Matisse Musee, the Naif Anatole-Jakovsky Musee, and the Marc-Chagall Musee d'Art et d'Art Contemporain.
A leisurely stroll can be enjoyed through the vegetable and flower market. Near the area, visitors can enjoy performances featured at the belle epoque Opera House. Visiting the Promenade des Anglais offers a good treat to the senses with palm-lined surroundings and its main features including the Hotel Negresco and the Palais de la Mediterranee Casino with an art deco design.
There are several places to see outside Nice with the help of budget car rental. In fact, by availing cheap car hire at Nice Rail Station, travellers can explore Cimiez, the hilly suburban area behind the city that has a 16th century monastery and an ancient city called Cemenelum. Peillon is a medieval village that should also be visited, including Antibes for its beaches and Cannes for its yearly film festival.