Heritage

Nice, the capital of the French Riviera and fifth-largest city in France (with 350,000 inhabitants), is the second tourist destination and has the second busiest airport in the country (with five million visitors and thirteen million passengers every year). It enjoys a unique environment and pleasant climate, with a plethora of advantages that make it an exceptional location and an extremely attractive setting for big international sports events: the World Figure Skating Championships in 2012, the Tour de France in 2013, the finish of the Tour de France à la voile since 2014, the UEFA Euro 2016 and Nice UltiMed in 2018 have all chosen Nice in recent years. Going forward, the Women's Football World Cup in June and July this year, the Grand Départ of the Tour de France and semifinals of the Top 14 rugby league in 2020, the 2023 Rugby World Cup and the football competition of the 2024 Olympics all loom on the horizon.

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