Nice beachfrontFlights from London to Nice

You want to get on the cheapest flight from London to Nice (pronounced "niece") in France. The way to make sure that you get on a cheap flight is by checking the airfare of every airline operating flights from London to Nice - for your convenience we've listed the airlines plying this route below:

Airlines operating flights from London to Nice


Air France UK

London City (LCY) to Nice (NCE)

non-stop (2h15m)

British Airways

London Gatwick (LGW) to Nice (NCE)

non-stop (2h00m)

Air Berlin

London Stansted (STN) to Nice (NCE)

Dusseldorf (DUS)


London Heathrow (LHR) to Nice (NCE)

non-stop (2h00m)

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

London Heathrow (LHR) to Nice (NCE)

1-stop (4h05m)
Amsterdam Schipol (AMS)

Austrian Airlines
in partnership

London to Nice (NCE)


Nice's airport

Nice's airport is called the Côte d'Azur International Airport (IATA code NCE). It also serves as Monaco's airport. It is situated on the Promenade des Anglais. You can get from the airport to central niece with the 23 or 98 buses.

The airport servicing Nice

map of France and NiceRail from London to Nice

Want to travel in a more environmentally friendly manner from London to Nice? Try rail - Eurostar.

Coach from London to Nice

Another environmentally friendly way of getting from London to Nice is by coach - National Express . The National Express coach is often the cheapest way of getting from London to Nice.

Top ten things to do in Nice, France

Walk, jog, skateboard, cycle or in-line skate along the Promenade des Anglais. The promenade was built in the 18th century by a group of beggars, who had travelled south after a harsh winter in the north. It was initially known as the Camin dei Anglès (the English way) because of the wealthy englishmen who holidayed in Nice and who had suggested the project of building the walkway, but when France annexed Nice in 1860 they changed the name to La Promenade des Anglais. If you want to walk on the beach then bring sandals - it's gravelly.

Promenade des Anglais

View the The Saint Nicolas Orthodox Cathedral.

Visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret (an art museum).

Watch football at the Stade Municipal du Ray, home of OGC Nice.

Watch a concert or show at the Palais Nikaia.

Nice City sightseeing tour

The view from the ruined castle overlooking Nice's harbour

Eat the Tourtes aux Blettes (sweet tartes made with Savoy cabbage, nuts, powdered sugar and raisins).

Eat at the Oliviera (8 Bis rue du Collet, tel: +33-4-93130645), where you can try different oil types offered while you wait for the dishes.

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