The Promenade Des Anglais was built in 1822 by the British colonists of Nice, next to the Baie des Anges, connecting Nice Airport to the castle hills. The avenue has palm trees that are decorated all year round, with luxury shops and luxury hotels on both sides. In the 19th century, many British people chose Baie des Anges as a holiday destination to avoid the chilly winter. The British Lewis launched a social fundraiser in 1820, building the pedestrian street at that time into a boulevard of today's size, and using the ANGLAIS as the name of the avenue. There are many famous historic buildings on the trail. In 2015, Nice declared it to the UNESCO World Heritage.
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Nice, even if you live near the train station, it is very fast to reach the beach.
The Cte d'Azur is really fascinating at once. We spent the morning at the seaside to see the scenery, strolling from the long Englishman's boulevard, you can see many tourists and local residents, and also met the crew. In the filming. When I strolled around, it was a little hot. I took off my coat and blown the warm sea breeze. When I didn't want to leave, I just sat on the railing, but I didn't want to sit down. I didn't feel happy when I stopped. The picture below is his normal state.
If you are traveling in a city in a hurry, then Nice is a place worth stopping for a vacation. Some people regard Nice as a gathering place for the rich, and they can see the clues from the British promenade. It is home to a number of superb luxury hotels, luxury shops, craft shops, and galleries, all of which have their own shopping centres and exclusive beaches. People who enjoy the holidays like me are also gathered here.