Rossetti Square is a small square in the old town of Nice. The most eye-catching building on the square is the Reparate Cathedral. The interior of the church is very beautiful, surrounded by many dining and entertainment areas.
Rossetti Square is also a very large structure. This square is also very interesting. There are many landscapes and some carvings in the square. It is also a very good design method to come here. The whole square is very big.
Rossetti Square is a small square with the signature of the Saint Reparat Cathedral in Nice. The tables are full, mostly full, and business is very good. Ice cream is very famous and queues to buy.
The old streets that extend in all directions on Rossetti Square are very distinctive, like returning to medieval France, very narrow streets, old houses where the sound of dogs and chickens are heard. There are also the bright spots of modern elements jumping and the pink umbrellas are intertwined.
The full name of Place Rossetti is Place Rossetti Vieux Nice (Place Rossetti Vieux Nice). It is located in the old town and is surrounded by old buildings of various colors. The bottom of the buildings is mostly restaurants, cafes, restaurants, churches, and central fountains. The standard equipment of the European Plaza is also available here.
Good collection of restaurants to choose from here, catering for all tastes. The place bursts into life at night and is the place to enjoy the youthful side of Nice.
Go there, sit down with an ice and a beer - chill and hang out, whilst looking at life going by :-) Favourite hang-out place.
This is a quaint little square in the middle of old town with dueling gelato places. The highlights are (1) the amazing cathedral and (2) just soaking in all the atmosphere.
Ended up in this place several times, both on my tours and whilst mooching alone. A good central area. Some nice cafés there and a fab ice-cream shop. Pretty buildings and a nice fountain. Also a plac...
A nice enough square in front of the cathedral. Cafes abound. (When you're lost in the old town, ask your way here and start again!)