Car parks near Nice

4 Car parks found
    Nicetoile
    1. Closer
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    Nicetoile

    Covered (1.9m)
    3 min (208m)
    Price for 4 hours
    Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur - P9 - Économique

    Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur - P9 - Économique

    Outdoor (2.2m)
    Price for 1 hour
    Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur Terminal 2 - G2 Au contact - Premium

    Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur Terminal 2 - G2 Au contact - Premium

    Covered (2m)
    Price for 1 hour
    Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur Terminal 2 - P5 - Au contact

    Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur Terminal 2 - P5 - Au contact

    Covered (2.1m)
    Price for 1 hour

Where to park in Nice

Where to park in Nice?

If you are going to Nice by car, you should know that Parclick offers you several parkings in Nice, not only at the airport, but also near the city center. You can easily book a parking space online, anticipating your stay and avoiding parking difficulties common to big cities. Parclick guarantees a safe, practical and inexpensive parking spot in Nice.

As the fifth largest city in France, Nice is an area with almost one million inhabitants and is definitely worth a visit. In addition to being a very ancient city (founded by the Greeks in ancient times), Nice benefits from a privileged location: stretching along the Bay of Angels, it is close to other tourist cities such as Cannes and the Principality of Monaco. Moreover, Italy is easily reachable from Nice thanks to the "Provençale" highway.

Some of our cheap parkings in Nice:

Number of parkings

 

7

City center and airport of Nice

The closest parking to the city center

 

Nicetoile

 

Indoor parking


 

The cheapest parking

Nicetoile

 

 

Price for 4 hours : 10,50€

The best rated parking

 

Parking Blue Valet - Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur

Valet parking

 

Parking with the most reviews

Nicetoile

 

48 reviews

 

Here is a list of streets and neighborhoods in Nice where parking is free: the Russe church district, the Musiciens district, the Port district, rue de Lépante, Bellevue hill, boulevard de Cimiez. Please be aware that these car parks are very often full because of the fact that they are free. If you wish to guarantee your parking space, we advise you to book it with Parclick in order to benefit from the best offers in secure car parks. 

How much does it cost to park in Nice?

The first 30 minutes of parking in Nice are free. If you wish to leave your car longer, here are the rates depending on the duration of your parking time: for 1 hour of parking 1,30€ are charged and for 2 hours, the rate is 2,60€. On Saturdays, there is a specific rate: 1 € for 2 hours instead of 2.60 €.

When is parking free?

Parking is charged in Nice from Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, and free on Sundays and public holidays.

How do I get out of paying for parking?

To avoid receiving a 17 € parking ticket we advise you to take a residential parking card. This card allows you to park and leave your car for 1 week without it costing you too much.

Where to park in Nice at night?

If you are looking for parking in Nice in the evening, here is a list of car parks with the first hour free: the Promenade des Arts car park, the Masséna car park, the Palmeira car park, the Marshall car park and the Les Bosquets parking. 

Where can I park in Nice old town?

To park near the old town of Nice, Parclick offers you the Nicetoile car park which is located at 30 avenue Jean Médecin. You can reserve it for a long or short stay. Our car parks are secured, you can leave your vehicle there and visit the city of Nice with peace of mind.

How to get to Nice?

Whether you are coming from the west (Marseille, Cannes) or from Italy, the city of Nice is easily accessible. Indeed, the A8 freeway (also called the "Provençale") links Aix-en-Provence to Menton. At the Italian border, it becomes the E80 freeway which continues to Genoa.

Using this freeway, you can take advantage of your stay in the region to visit the rest of the coast. Don't forget, we also offer cheap parking in Cannes, Marseille, Genoa and Savona between Nice and Genoa. And if you are not afraid of hitting the road, you can also take advantage of our offers in Nimes, Turin or Milan. Thanks to Parclick, it will be easy for you to visit the French Riviera or the north of Italy!

Are you looking for a parking lot elsewhere, in France, Italy or even Spain? Consult all our offers at Parclick.com.

What are the red and yellow parking zones in Nice?

Parclick offers you several car parks in Nice, not only near the old town, but also close to the airport. In fact, if you want to park on the street, you may face some difficulties.

There are two parking zones in Nice: the yellow zone and the red zone. In the first one (residential streets), it is possible to park day and night (reduced rates for residents); while in the red zone (commercial streets), you can park from 9am to 8pm.

Due to the difficulties of parking in Nice, the city has implemented an efficient parking policy with the Nice City Pass application. Other car parks allow you to park for free for one hour. However, vehicles cannot stay more than 24 consecutive hours in the same spot, both for visitors and residents.

In other words, if you are looking for a convenient parking space for a long period of time, you will have no other solution than to leave your car in a private parking lot. Luckily, Parclick offers you cheap and secure parkings in Nice, a walking distance from the city center. Moreover, the two car parks in Nice that we offer, Nicetoile and Gare de Nice - Thiers, are both open 24 hours a day and offer handicapped parking spaces.

If you live in Nice or in its surrounding area and you want to fly from Nice-Côte d'Azur airport, Parclick also suggests several car parks near the terminal. You can consult here all our parking offers near the Nice-Côte d'Azur airport!

Is Nice worth visiting?

Yes, one of the main reasons being that Nice is a city full of history! It is one of the cities founded by the Greeks, along what we know today as the French Riviera. The Romans, who dominated the Mediterranean at the time, annexed the city and its surroundings in the 2nd century BC. Its history during the following centuries was eventful, especially given its coastal location and its proximity to territories such as the kingdom of Savoy, that of Piedmont-Sardinia. It was in 1860 that the city of Nice was finally integrated into France.

Today, museums and ancient monuments remind the rich history of the city: the Villa des Arènes, which houses the Archaeology Museum (as well as the Matisse Museum), the Lascaris Palace, not to mention religious buildings such as the Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur church. Other buildings have disappeared, such as the fortress of Nice which stood on the hill known as the castle (destroyed during a siege in 1704).

Among the many history museums in the city, you can also visit the Terra-Amata Museum of Human Paleontology (located on Mount Boron and dedicated to prehistoric times), or the Resistance Museum.

What is nice famous for?

Discover Nice old town

Old Nice is the oldest part of Nice. A rather narrow area by the sea but full of monuments and activities, this district is delimited by the port, boulevard Jean-Jaurès, place Garibaldi and, to the south, by the quai des États-Unis (extension of the Promenade des Anglais). This area is served by the T1 tramway line, thanks to the stops Opéra - Vieille Ville and Cathédrale - Vieille Ville, and even the Garibaldi station a little further on. So you can easily get to Vieux-Nice from the two car parks we offer near the center of Nice: Nicetoile and Gare de Nice - Thiers, which are both close to the T1 line. Moreover, from the Nicetoile parking, you can also walk since it is less than 10 minutes from the Old Town.

This area is particularly charming. Here you can admire the port and the Bay of Angels from, or walk through the park of the castle hill. Several religious buildings are also worth visiting, such as the Sainte-Réparate cathedral (place Rossetti), the chapel of La Miséricorde or other churches, such as those of Saint-François-de-Paule, or of Saint-Martin-Saint-Augustin on the place Saint-Augustin. Finally, you will find the Nice Côte d'Azur Opera House in the south of Vieux-Nice, literally a stone's throw from the beach.

Enjoy the seaside

In the south of the city, the beach of Nice stretches over 7 kilometers. As a matter of fact, there are no less than 20 public beaches, and almost as many private beaches. From the Vieux-Nice, you will be able to particularly enjoy the Beau Rivage beach, the Castel beach or the Opéra beach.

Additionally, you can enjoy one of the most famous promenades in the world: the Promenade des Anglais, which runs along the beach from the Nice-Côte d'Azur airport to the Vieux-Nice (the continuation of the Quai des Etats-Unis). The Promenade des Anglais is the center of festivities such as the Nice Carnival, and you can stroll along it while enjoying the sun and the view of the Bay of Angels. Moreover, along the sea, several points of interest will allow you to take interesting pictures, like the quai of Rauba-Capeu.

Visit Monuments and parks

It is nice to walk through the streets of Nice. You will be able to discover the Saint-François square, the Cours Saleya, the Garibaldi square, the Masséna square... Many of the city's squares date back to the 19th century, and in addition to the surrounding buildings, you will be able to admire various statues (such as the monument to Garibaldi). If you like pétanque, which is a very popular sport in Southern France, you can also go to the Place Arson, near the port of Nice, where it is possible to watch some games.

Passionate about culture and art? Then take a look at the different museums that the city offers. One of the most famous is the Matisse Museum which, as well as the archaeology museum, is located in the villa of the Arenas of Cimiez (former Gubernatis palace); this museum gathers an impressive collection of paintings by Matisse. The Marc Chagall National Museum is also located in the Cimiez district. Don't miss the Fine Arts Museum, the Asian Arts Museum, and many other museums dedicated to art or history. Finally, the natural history museum of Nice (not far from the Garibaldi square) will allow you to discover collections mainly focused on the marine world.

Furthermore, Nice and its surroundings have an abundance of castles. You can take a look at the fort of Mount Alban, a well-preserved fortress dating back to the 16th century, or also the Château de l'Anglais.

Finally, the Mount Boron Park is an excellent destination for those who like a good walk. It rises to almost 200 meters and from there you can enjoy a good view of the Bay of Angels and the hill of Nice Castle.

What event happens annually in Nice?

Being a vibrant city, you will be able to attend a wide variety of events in Nice throughout the year, including: 

  • The Nice Carnival (February), celebrated on the Promenade des Anglais and Place Masséna, which attracts thousands of people each year;
  • The Nice Fair, in the Palais des expositions - located between avenue du maréchal Lyautey and boulevard Jean-Baptiste Verany; this fairground also hosts the Luna Park funfair, or sports competitions (including basketball and figure skating);
  • The Nice Jazz Festival, which as its name indicates, features jazz (although it is now open to other musical genres), in the Albert 1er garden. This annual festival has taken place every July since 1971.

You will also be able to enjoy the photography contests in September, the Nuits Musicales de Nice, the Samain du cinéma fantastique de Nice... and, of course, soccer fans will be able to attend a match at the Allianz Riviera stadium. In case you are looking for a parking place for a match or a concert at the Allianz Riviera stadium, Parclick offers you several parking lots near the city center of Nice but also close to the airport, from where you can easily take a shuttle bus to the stadium.

Should you wish to park your car in Nice, Parclick offers you several cheap and very convenient car parks. The parking Gare de Nice - Thiers is located next to the Nice-City train station, which is ideal to leave your car before taking the train. It is also served by the bus to the Allianz Riviera stadium or by the T1 tramway to Vieux-Nice. As for the Nicetoile parking, located near the Jean Médecin tramway station, it will allow you to go directly to the Masséna square, the Albert 1er garden, or the Old Town of Nice.

Your objective is to find a parking near the Nice-Côte d'Azur airport? No problem, Parclick offers you several cheap car parks near the airport. You will find here details about the parkings near Nice-Côte d'Azur airport.

Don't wait until the car parks are full, especially if an event is taking place in Nice: reserve your parking space in one of our cheap parkings in Nice now!

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