The Nice Cote d`Azur Airport is a modern, two-terminal facility, and the busiest airport in France outside Paris. It is located on the Mediterranean coastline, 6km to the west of Nice.
There are two terminals at Nice Airport, with Terminal 1 providing capacity for more than four million passengers per year and Terminal 2 for over eight million passengers. The facility currently services almost 100 international destinations.
Nice airport is the main arrival point for travellers to the Côte d’Azur resorts, Monaco and some of the southernmost ski resorts such as Isola 2000.
Handicapped Facilities at Nice airport
Nice Airport conforms to EU standards with regards to disabled facilities: the airport is equipped with adapted lifts, ramps and travelators in both terminals, while disabled friendly toilets, ATMs and telephone booths are also on hand. Spaces reserved for disabled drivers are available in all of the airport`s car parking lots.
For more information about handicapped facilities at Nice Airport, please visit the airport’s official website.
Money & Communications at Nice airport
The airport has banks and ATMs in both terminals. Terminal 1 also has a post office and a bureau de change. Public telephones are on hand in various parts of the airport, while Terminal 2 has Internet kiosks.
Restaurants at Nice airport
Both terminals offer a wide variety of facilites for eating and drinking with a bit of an emphasis on traditional French cuisine. There are places for take-aways and for sit down dining as well. Bars are also available in both terminals.
You can find a list of restaurants at Nice Airport here.
Shopping at Nice Airport
The airport offers several shops, duty-free shopping outlets and pharmacies in both terminals.
Here you can find a list of shops at Nice Airport.
For more information about Nice Airport you can visit their official website: http://en.nice.aeroport.fr