The Côte d'Azur is renowned for being a luxury tourism destination. In each of the seaside resorts on the Mediterranean coast, there are always one or several districts famous for the presence of several luxury boutiques, chic restaurants or prestigious hotels. For Cannes, it is the Croisette and the Rue d'Antibes, and for Nice, it can be said that it is the Dubouchage quarter. Pick up your accommodation in Nice Dubouchage.
Below are listed all our offers in Nice if you intend to spend your holiday in Nice Dubouchage district.
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find other offers in the surrounding areas of Nice such as the Massena Square or the Saleya Square.
Rent an accommodation in Nice Dubouchage
The neighborhood was born as a result of one of the city's major expansion projects. Nice has experienced much of this kind during its 24 centuries of existence. It dates from the Second Empire, in the 1860s. The objective of the time was to create a new and modern district, in contrast to Old Nice. The designated place was a vast meadow between Carabacel and the Avenue du Prince Imperial (present avenue Jean Médecin). This is where the Dubouchage quarter came out of the ground.
As mentioned before, the places are those of business, commerce, but also retirees. The latter are numerous to settle in the neighborhood because of the tranquility that reigns in comparison with the districts of Old Nice and the port and also because the neighborhood is located in the center of Nice and is easy to access. By taking a rental in Nice Dubouchage, tourists enjoy all these advantages dear to these seniors.
By opting for a rental in Nice Dubouchage, we also have the opportunity to discover another facet of Nice, that of a city devoted to art and culture. There are several museums in Nice and the most notable of them are just around the corner from Dubouchage. For example, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Lascaris Palace are just 800 meters away, crossing Carabacel. The Matisse and Marc Chagall museums are about ten minutes to the north. There is also the Museum of Palaeontology, about fifteen minutes, towards the port.