Car Rental Nice Airport

Starting from
$17 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/19/2018 - 11/26/2018 at Nice Airport
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Nice Airport

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Opening hours

Mo-Su 0630-2400
Address
Cote d'Azur Airport, 6281

Telephone: +33 (0) 825 342 343

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You’ll find our collection point near the terminals, conveniently placed for arrivals and departures. Reserving online in advance means you can quickly collect your rental vehicle and head off to enjoy the rest of your time in Nice.

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Hertz in Nice Airport

The glamorous city of Nice is the perfect destination for soaking up some sunshine on the beautiful French Riviera. The city’s airport lies around five miles from the center and serves as the main arrival point for visitors to this part of the coast.

With its fabulous architecture, fashionable markets and charming pebbled beach, there’s plenty on offer in Nice. But the town also enjoys great connections to destinations such as Cannes, just 20 miles along the coast.

Renting a car at Nice Airport is the ideal way to see all the best sights during your time in France.

Our collection point is right at the heart of the airport, near the arrivals hall. We’ve got a great range of vehicles on offer, so you’re sure to find the perfect car for your trip.

Driving in and around Nice Airport

If you’re renting a car from Nice Airport, you’ll find it’s around a 15-minute drive to reach the heart of the city via the M6098 which runs along the coast. The airport is also a great place to start your journey to other parts of the French Riviera, with many resorts and towns easily accessible by road.

Fewer than 15 miles east of the airport, via the A8, lies Monaco, a luxury resort that’s home to an array of sumptuous hotels and spas as well as a beautiful yacht-filled harbor. You might even spot some supercars driving along the marina near the famous Monte Carlo casino.

To the west of the airport along the A8 route lies the town of Antibes, famous for its beautiful old town and castle museum dedicated to Picasso, who spent several months here in the 1940s. Just a few miles further west along the same road you’ll find Cannes, home to the world-famous film festival which takes place every year.

The A8 also leads to Saint-Tropez, a popular resort with a scenic harbor. And if you want to drive further afield along this route, France’s second largest city of Marseille is just over 120 miles from the airport.

Driving in the south of France offers a host of coastal routes that are a perfect way to soak up the beautiful scenery. When driving in France you’ll use the right-hand side of the road and overtake on the left. At intersections, priority is given to traffic on the right unless there are signs that indicate otherwise.

Be aware that French autoroutes – highways – are toll roads and may get busy around major resorts during peak tourist season, so it’s worth allowing plenty of time for your journey.

A quick guide to Nice

Known as the capital of the Cote d’Azur, Nice is the perfect place to start your vacation in southern France. You’ll find many boutiques and restaurants to explore, and renting a vehicle gives you the chance to head out along the coast and discover the other attractions this spellbinding region has to offer.

Must-see sights

A great place to start your visit is Vieux Nice, the city’s old town, or ‘vieille ville’, one of the most colorful parts of the city where you’ll find beautiful buildings on narrow winding streets. The main square is Place Rossetti, where there are many sidewalk cafés offering the chance to sit back with an ice cream and enjoy the view.

Vieux Nice is also home to the Sainte-Réparate Cathedral, which dates back to the 17th century. This Baroque structure, with its 18th-century bell tower, is an impressive sight from the outside, and you can also admire its elaborate interior, along with the altar which holds the relics of Nice’s patron saint, Réparate.

Another essential part of any visit to Nice is the Promenade des Anglais, the famous centerpiece of the resort. Running for more than two miles along the Bay of Angels, it’s lined with palm trees with lounge chairs along the route so you can relax and take in the scenery. It also provides access to Nice’s beaches, while along the other side are plenty of bars and restaurants to enjoy.

A taste of Nice

As the sun sets over the promenade, you’ll find a host of great venues where you can sample delicious French cooking. However, many local dishes have a distinctly Italian feel, since Nice only became part of France in 1860 having previously belonged to the Kingdom of Sardinia.

One of the most popular snacks is socca, a thin pancake made from chickpea flour that’s cooked in an oven. Or try les petits farcis – literally ‘stuffed things’ – which consists of vegetables, such as eggplant or zucchini, filled with a combination of meat, garlic and breadcrumbs.

Thanks to its coastal location Nice is also famous for its seafood, with local specialties including rouget – red mullet – and sea bream.

Life in the fast lane

Renting a car at Nice Airport allows you to explore this fabulous region of France at your leisure, with many resorts easily accessible by road. Just 20 miles from Nice lies Monaco, a tiny independent state famous for its annual Formula 1 Grand Prix, and the iconic Monte Carlo Casino.

Apart from the fast cars and casinos, there’s plenty more to explore in this unique resort. Head to the Rock of Monaco, also known as Le Rocher, where you will find the old town and impressive royal palace – you might even have the chance to see the changing of the guard if you arrive before midday.

There’s also a pebbled beach, Larvotto Plage, within the Larvotto neighbourhood where you can sunbathe and admire the views out into the bay and the luxury apartments along the promenade.

Renting a vehicle for your visit to France opens up the possibility to explore all of the French Riviera and more during your stay.