Business class flights to Nice
|JFK New York||Nice||$2,545|
|SFO San Francisco||Nice||$2,945|
|LAX Los Angeles||Nice||$2,835|
First class flights to Nice
|JFK New York||Nice||$4,925|
|SFO San Francisco||Nice||$5,780|
|LAX Los Angeles||Nice||$5,540|
DISCLAIMER:The city is very well connected to the rest of Italy and other parts of the world as well. Many airlines operate flights from the United States and across the globe to Milan each day. Leading U.S. carriers like Delta Air Lines and United Airlines offer flights from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP).
Business Class Flights to Nice
30-50% off International Business Class & First Class Airfare
Nice, capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the French Riviera, sits on the pebbly shores of the Baie des Anges. Founded by the Greeks and later a retreat for 19th-century European elite, the city has also long attracted artists. Former resident Henri Matisse is honored with a career-spanning collection of paintings at Musée Matisse. Musée Marc Chagall features some of its namesake’s major religious works.
Nice Airport and Business Class Lounge
Flight monitors ensure that you’ll always know when your flight is, but you won’t want to leave Salon Cap Ferrat. The advanced air conditioning system provides a welcome relief from the heat of the Riviera, and you can get cool drinks and tantalising snacks from the complimentary bar.The Library Lounge (Salon VIP Lounge Zone A – Terminal 1) serves Schengen travellers at Terminal 1, and can be found to the left of the main departure lounge. It offers real luxury, whether you’re there on business or pleasure, as internet access is provided. Snacks and drinks (including alcohol) are available from the buffet, and children are welcome.
Things To Do In Nice
Think ‘urban garden’. This twelve-hectare public walkway went through a lengthy renovation recently, beautifying the heart of Nice. The results are fantastic – freshly mowed parkland that’s flanked by palms, pavilions and pathways that run deep into the city. Year round, the fountains erupt with water, making it a fun splash pad for kids and savvy skaters in summer.Chess, anyone? Place Masséna isn’t often the site of game playing, but the chessboard-patterned ground around the ‘Sun Fountain’ may inspire a spontaneous game of hopscotch. A giant nude statue of Apollo stands centre-fountain. The statue was restored after 30+ years in obscurity – the “League of Feminine Virtue” had earlier deemed it unsuitable for public viewing.