Alexis Rudman, a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, serves as the vice president of National Learning Corporation in Syosset, New York. In addition to supporting charitable causes, Alexis Rudman enjoys the arts, theatre, music, and traveling. She has visited Europe, and particularly enjoys Nice, France.
Nice, a luxury destination on France’s Cote d’Azur, is a seaside town with charm, class, and beauty. When in Nice, visitors enjoy experiencing several notable landmarks.
1. Vieux Nice, or Old Town, is a part of the city that remains largely the same as it was when it was designed in the 1700s. In addition to beautiful architectural attractions, visitors enjoy the famous flower and food markets at Cours Saleya, the market square.
2. The Promenade des Anglais, named for the English tourists who built it in 1822, overlooks the most famous seafront in France. Stretching for 4 kilometers, visitors can walk, skate, or cycle down the ocean front trail.
3. Colline du Chateau, or Castle Hill, is a popular park and picnic spot located on the top of a hill. Visitors experience beautiful views from this site.
Guests can also visit a variety of museums, including the Matisse Museum, Chagall Museum, and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Many travelers also visit the Russian Orthodox Cathedral, a national monument and beautiful example of Russian architecture.