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Nice Port Parking

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Easy Parking Nice Port
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Easy-Parking is a VIP service offering every possibility for the parking, safekeeping and cleaning of your vehicle whilst you are away on a cruise departing from the port of Nice. Available 24h a day, 7 days a week.
Parkego Meet and Greet Nice Port

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Secure, undercover car park, available from 5.00am to 11.30pm, with Meet and Greet Service at Nice Port included.
Parking Plaza Nice Port

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A top-quality car park, open from 8am to 10pm in winter and from 8am to 11pm in high season. From 10am to 5pm on Sundays.
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  • Indoor or outdoor parking space
  • Convenient and secure parking
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Nice is a compact busy city and the port is at the heart of the area. If you are starting a cruise from Nice Port, it is advisable that if you need parking to book in advance. Otherwise, you may incur more expensive prices or run the risk of the car parks being full. To book Nice Port parking, enter the dates and time at which you plan to drop off/pick up your car in the box above. You can obtain a free quote and book online very easily.

There is more information on any parking option. Just click on the car logo and you will see a map where it is located and a lot more details.

[image credit to David Dawson Photography on Flickr]

Nice Port

The Port of Nice is the first port for importing cement in France. It is also an important mooring location for the many yachts and sailing boats along the French Riviera.

Nice Port is also called Port Lympia because of the source which runs into a lake situated in the swamp where the construction of the port started in the 18th century.

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