Make the most of your professional stay in Nice Côte d’Azur to offer yourself a unique shopping session.

Luxury universe, the latest fashion trends, favourite objects, shopping centres, souvenir shops, arts and crafts, antique shops and big brand names… In Nice Côte d’Azur, you have all the choices!

The most commercial districts

The hyper centre of Nice

The pedestrian zone and the city centre (Avenue Jean-Médecin and its perpendiculars) are constantly bustling. The most prestigious shops and brands are mainly located in the city centre.
During the whole summer season and during certain periods, many shops, big brands and small boutiques are open on Sundays from 11am to 7pm. One more day a week to make your choice!

Old Nice

With over 600 traders, artists and craftsmen, Vieux-Nice is a vast open-air shopping area. It is always a lively area with many shops selling local products and typical gifts, especially around the Cours Saleya.

The Golden Square

Like the major international cities, Nice has around fifty of the most prestigious brands and boutiques in its city centre, where creation and elegance are expressed.
Rue Paradis, Rue Alphonse Karr, Avenue de Suède and Avenue de Verdun.

The antiques district

  • Village Ségurane (Port district): Rue Antoine Gautier, Rue Catherine Ségurane, Rue Emmanuel-Philibert and Rue de Foresta. Opening hours: 10am – 12pm and 3pm – 6.30pm, except on Sundays.
  • Flea Market: Port de Nice (Quai Papacino) – Hours : 10am – 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday

Shopping centres

Galeries Lafayette Masséna and Nicetoile welcome you in the heart of Nice.

At the gates of Nice, the Polygone Riviera open-air shopping centre in Cagnes-sur-Mer and the Cap 3000 centre in Saint-Laurent-du-Var also offer visitors a wide range of quality shopping.

With a tax-free shopping service of 12% from 100.01 € for non-residents of the European Union… The shopping centres have plenty to offer!

Duty-free sales

For travellers with their usual residence outside the European Community, value added tax (VAT) can be deducted from the price of goods purchased in France. Zero-rated goods are those that customers carry in their luggage. 

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