About La Boheme
The apartment "La Bohème" lies in a charming old building in Nice in the heart of the Old Town, right next to the beach and just off the flower market. It is filled with french charming details and decoration and has a sea view from the window in the livingroom.
The apartment is 64 m2 and is on the 3. floor in one of the oldest buildings in Vieux Nice.
It is filled with art decoration, wallpaintings and has a lot of french charm and closets. It is newly renovated with great respect for the original details.
There is beds for 4 people. One double bed and a daybed that can easily be converted into a double bed.
There is wifi and a TV with 48 channels where you can connect your computer. There are wonderful books, magazines and CD 's and you are also more than welcome to play on the old costume made guitar.
The kitchen has a dishwasher as well as a washing machine and there are many windows and french doors to open and enjoy the fresh sea breeze and if you need a hot bath after a long day you can daze in the tub.
The apartment is here
Some small tips and suggestions to stay
If you do not plan on driving around France, but just want to enjoy the lazing life in and around Nice, it will not be necessary to hire a car - everything is within walking distance or easily accessible by public transportation, which works perfectly. The airport bus takes about 25 minutes and costs about € 6 for an adult and half price for children.
The neighboring town Ville Franche sur Mer, is a nice little town that is definitely worth a visit! There is also a small sand beach.
The beach "Plage Paloma" at Cap Ferrat is really nice too, with a laid back restaurant right at the beach. At Cap Ferrat there also is the amazing villa with garden: Villa Ephrussi.
Venze and Eze are also beautiful mountain towns that can be reached by bus for1.5 €. You can even go skiing in the season at Isola 2000 two hour bus ride from Nice.
Jogging and walking
There are spectacular views of the city and the sea from the top of the small hill that separates the harbor and the old town. At the top there is a small cafe, a park and a playground. It's a beautiful walk up there, but you can also take the little tourist train that runs from the Promenade des Anglais. One can also go for a walk along the park that surrounds the old town or take a ride on roller skates as many local Nice habitants do.
It is packed with restaurants in the Old Town. "Chez Palmyre" located in Rue Droite is a very charming little french restaurant.
The family restaurant "A l'Olivier" is also worth visiting. They make their own olive oil.
There are plenty of great shopping opportunities in Nice - Both in the old and the newer part of town!
Every Monday the flowers square is transformed to a large antiques market.