Lascari Palace is also a very important historical building. Nice has a long history. This palace is also a very early building. The entire palace facilities are also very unique in style. The locals who visit and travel here are also pretty There are so many.
Since the first half of the 17th century, it has been a local aristocratic residence in Nice. At the beginning of the 20th century, the building fell into disrepair, and in 1942 it was transferred to the Nice City Hall. The palace is now used as an exhibition hall by the Municipal Museum of Popular and Traditional Art.
Tickets for Lascari Palace can be bought as a package. You can visit all the museums within seven days for 20 euros. If you visit here alone, it costs 10 euros. It contains the second largest series of musical instruments in France. The building is Genoese Baroque. Yes, still decorated with original furniture and tapestries.
In the heart of the old town, a old Italian palace, testifying of the life in Nice centurys ago.
Lars kai palace (Palais Lascaris) is located in the nice old city, since the first half of the 17th century industry, is a nice local aristocratic residence. In the early 20th century, building disrepair, and in 1942 changed hands to nice for the city. Now the palace by the city''s popular and used as a traditional art museum exhibition hall.
A former aristocratic residence, to see the interiors of this 17th-century palace is alone worth the ticket price, but Palais Lascaris's other draw is its vast collection of musical instruments.