Rue Paradis, Rue Alphonse Karr, Avenue de Suède and Avenue de Verdun. Shops in the city centre are open from 10am to 7pm, Monday to Saturday.
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Make the most of an extra day in the week to do your shopping !
From the end of May, most of the shops along the avenue Jean Médecin are open on Sundays from 11am to 7pm
Red: Carré d'or (luxury boutiques)
Yellow: Tradition and crafts
Purple: Department stores
Green: Neighbourhood shops
Violet: Pedestrian areas
Village Ségurane (Port district): Rue Antoine Gautier, Rue Catherine Ségurane, Rue Emmanuel-Philibert and Rue de Foresta.
Open 10am - 12pm and 3pm - 6:30pm, except Sunday
Flea market: Place Robilante
Open 10am - 6pm, Monday to Saturday
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For travellers whose main place of residence is outside the EU, value added tax (VAT) may be deducted from the price of the goods you buy in France.
Duty-free goods are those which can be transported in your luggage.
Here essences from greenhouses on the hillside surrounding Nice give off subtle scents, among which the mimosa is the most predominant perfume in the winter.
Also worth a visit : the other markets in Old-Nice and the fruit and vegetable market in the Libération area.
Old Nice features over 600 shops, artists and craftsmen. Old Nice is a vast outdoor shopping area with many shops selling local products and typical gift, especially near Cours Saleya.
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