The city of Nice has some forty official districts, but there are unofficial subdivisions that the people of Nice consider to be neighborhoods in their own right. This is the case of the antique quarters, which is officially linked to that of the Port and which nevertheless enjoys the rather special status evoked earlier.
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This district is located just at the foot of the hill of the castle which housed the old citadel of Nice. The area is located between the port Lympia and the place Garibaldi, two mythical places of the city. Taking a rental in Nice Antique Quarter is equivalent to residing in a place of major importance in Nice, where the effervescence and the lively atmosphere typical of the Mediterranean regions feel the most.
Why the name of \"antiques district\"? Quite simply because here is the third largest concentration of antique shops in all of France with more than one hundred establishments specialized in this field. Here we meet antique dealers, second-hand dealers, gallerists, decorators and craftsmen. All streets are home to such shops as Rue Antoine-Gautier, Emmanuel-Philibert, Catherine-Ségurane, Martin-Seytour, Foresta, the Puces de Nice, etc.
It is nevertheless important to point out that opting for a rental in Nice Antique Quarter does not necessarily mean staying in a world of old-fashioned. The arrival of certain internationally renowned brands and brands, as well as the conversion of certain stores into fashion and decoration, have given a new lease of life to the neighborhood.