Whether you’re looking for a traditional French family meal in one of the pretty cafes down the side streets of the Old Town, or a lavish, chic dining experience, Nice can accommodate. As you would expect from a popular and well-heeled holiday resort on the French Riviera, Nice’s cuisine has a reputation for being of a very high quality. For ‘bistro chic’ make a reservation well ahead of time at Le Bistrot d’Antoine, the popular French Brasserie. If you prefer something a little more exotic, Italian restaurant Luna Rossa is the perfect stop off for a Mediterranean feast complete with seafood, baked vegetables and succulent marinated meats. When it comes to nightlife, Nice parties hard - but be prepared for extreme wallet-strain. The harbour is lined with chic bars and clubs, many of which are frequented by wealthy expats and even the odd celebrity if it’s around the time of the Cannes Film Festival.