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Is luggage storage Suzette in Nice's city center?
Yes, luggage storage Suzette is located 4 minutes away from Place Masséna at the heart of Nice, just a few minutes from the sea side (promenade des Anglais). It's a perfect and central place to discover all Nice has to offer either by foot, bus, tram, rickshaw or taxi.
Is it possible to visit Nice with a luggage?
Nice is surrounded by hills, for example the Castle's hill (colline du Château): even if there's a lift, there are countless stairs that will make dragging a luggage unpleasant and unnecessary. Nice's city center, though flatter, has narrow streets, cobble stones and many streets crossings that reinforce the feeling that you'll be much better off by dropping your luggage in a trusted place, even if it's just for a few hours.
What’s the best way to get around Nice?
Walking is the recommended way to explore Nice but alternatives are plentiful: just ask the staff at Creperie Suzette and they'll tell you where to rent a bike, an e-bike, a scooter, an e-scooter... to make your visit as pleasant and adapted to your expectations. The weather gets warm in summer and you'll be tempted to avoid walking under the scorching sun for too long!
Is public transportation in Nice safe?
Yes, public transportation is safe and convenient in Nice. You may download the NFC Nice Tickets app on your smartphone to buy tickets on the go and get the best deals, just as locals: 10 tickets for 10€. Schedules are frequent during the day and all timetables are available online on the Lignes d'Azur website or on Google Maps.
How do I get to the airport from the Creperie Suzette?
The airport is just 15 minutes away by taxi (we can book it for you) or 30 minutes with tram T2 (every 4 to 20 minutes depending on the time of day). So even if you finish your visit 2 hours before your flight, you'll still have time to catch your plane at the airport.
Download a guide to visit Nice with your smartphone
In order to make the most of your visit in Nice, the luggage storage Suzette will send you a PDF guide to visit Nice with every booking made through this website. All you have to do is to click on the black "booking" button and enter your email address! You'll receive an email with a link to download the PDF as well as a booking code that may be requested when you drop your luggage at the Creperie Suzette.
Why Nice is a top UNESCO world heritage city
Nice is a World Heritage Site, which means it's an area with legal protection by an international convention administered by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for having cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance considered to be of outstanding value to humanity. It's a well deserved recognition of the beauties of the city and the need to protect it for the generations to come as a testimony of the development of tourism in a highly cultural setting.
Visit Nice's cultural spots 🎭
Nice is famous for being a cultural exception in the French Riviera and attracts a huge number of visitors each year for that very reason. The Vieille Ville (Old Town) is the place to start: it's kept its authenticity and historical artefacts which make a stroll back in the past. Climb on the Castle's Hill and you'll see the ruins of the old fortifications that used to defend the city against foreign attacks like the Turks in the 16th century. There's so much more you'll discover in the PDF, all you have to do is make a booking for the left luggage facility and you'll get it by email.
Experience Nice's secrets like a native ✌️
If you stick with the hords of tourists, you'll be treated like one... and that's not always pleasant to miss the hidden secrets and the delicate details of local life. Break away from the groups and make your own journey by following the tips you'll get from the staff at Creperie Suzette and elsewhere, you won't regret it!
Explore Nice's shopping and market gems 💎
Saleya's flower market isn't the only local market in Nice: Libération, the port, Garibaldi, Palais de Justice, Jean Médecin are other great places to explore the authenticity and eclecticism of the chilled way of life in Nice. You'll discover local craftsmanship, inspired by the Provence and the Mediterranean cultures that have attracted artists over centuries.
Learn more about Nice's rich history 📖
People started living in Nice 170 000 years ago, in a cave by the beach, long before Romans and Greeks created the cities of Cemenelum and Nikaia. This long-lasting history has marked the area with incredible hints and artefacts that marvel tourists and inhabitants all year round. Learn more about it in the PDF you'll receive by email when you book a spot in the luggage locker.
What are the best museums to visit in Nice?
Musée Chagall and Musée Matisse are the most visited but others like Musée Masséna, Musée d'art contemporain will also make for a great visit. All city museums are accessible with the same Nice Museum Pass which is free for people living in Nice and only 10€ for the others. The French Riviera Pass also includes museums and is worth getting if you're planning to do a lot of activities during your stay.
What’s the best time of year to visit Nice?
Nice is best enjoyed between April and September but in July and August it's advised to avoid the beach between 10am and 6pm as they become overcrowded. Winter is never too cold though on the coast and the nearby Alps offer many winter activities for mountain lovers. Overall Nice is a city that lives throughout the year whereas cities nearby get really desolated when the summer season is over.