Cours Saleya in the Old Town of Nice is always bustling with activity and colour. The market is open in the mornings from Tuesday to Sunday for flowers, fruit, vegetables and local gifts/artisanal products. On Monday it’s an antique/flea market. The market stalls are cleared away at lunchtime to make space for the surrounding restaurants to put out chairs and tables. This is a must-visit place in the beautiful city of Nice. La bella Nissa!
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Is this Nice market? It looks lovely. I can’t believe I haven’t been yet with my obsession with markets. It might have something to do with my rather old car though. I can only go about 80km an hour in my old mini. That sadly makes Nice quite far for me!
So very French, I can almost hear and smell the sounds and smells that go with the market.
Such wonderful colours, I wish we had a market like this near me #MySundayPhoto
This looks like a fantastic market. There looks plenty to see x
A nice Nice market?
I love markets. This looks like a good one.
I love visiting local markets
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ooh looks delightful! I don’t think you can beat the fresh smells and hustle and bustle of a marketplace. #MySundayPhoto