Nice

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Nos últimos anos, Nice vem desfrutando de uma verdadeira revolução econômica e arquitetônica.


Criativa, dinâmica e jovem, Nice está borbulhando com criações inovadoras dignas das maiores capitais da Europa.


Nice está constantemente crescendo e evoluindo, sempre se sobressaindo! Exibe infraestruturas de ponta, desde seu aeroporto internacional – o mais movimentado da França, depois de Paris – até suas acomodações, que combinam serviços de qualidade com grande capacidade, além de facilitar o planejamento de eventos.


É também a moradia de pesquisas médicas de ponta com o Hospital Universitário de Nice (University Hospital of Nice, CHU) e Pasteur 2, centro que reúne, no mesmo local, um hospital, um centro de pesquisa e um campus universitário com um grande auditório para reuniões.


Finalmente, Nice é uma cidade dedicada à sustentabilidade – através da certificação ISO 140001 obtida pelo Centro de Congressos e Exposições Acropolis, novas inaugurações, como o Estádio Olímpico, Allianz Riviera, ou projetos em andamento como o Eco-Valley, que terá um centro de exposições e congressos de 75.000 m².


  • 2016 2º lúgar no ranking ICCA de cidades para congressos na França
  • 2016 Centro de Congressos Nice-Acropolis Congress Centre premiado pela APCO

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  • Aeroporto Internacional há 10 minutos do centro e em breve uma ligação de tramway com os 2 terminais
  • 62 companhias aéreas
  • 107 destinos em mais de 37 Países

  • Destinos: frequência - duração

    • Paris: 221 - 1h20
    • Londres: 139 - 2h10
    • Zurique: 28 - 1h20
    • Frankfurt 28 - 1h40
    • Genebra: 38 - 1h00
    • Bruxelas: 37 - 1h45
    • Barcelona: 23 - 1h05
    • Amsterdã: 42 - 1h45
    • Copenhague: 35 - 2h20
    • Moscou: 23 - 3h50
    • Dubaï: 7 - 6h00
    • Nova-Iorque: 7 - 7h50

    Q: What makes Nice a top choice for business travel?

    In recent years Nice has enjoyed a genuine economic and architectural revolution. It boasts cutting-edge infrastructures, from its international airport – the busiest in France after Paris – to its accommodation, combining quality service and great capacity with the ability to facilitate the planning of events. It is also home to top medical research with the University Hospital of Nice (CHU) and Pasteur 2, a center that brings together a hospital, a research center and a university campus on the same site with a large auditorium for meetings. Finally, Nice is a city dedicated to sustainability – through the ISO 140001 certification obtained by Acropolis Congress and Exhibition Center – and hasnew openings such as the Olympic stadium, Allianz Riviera, or ongoing projects like the Eco-Valley with a future 750,000 sqft exhibition and congress center.

    Q: What does Nice offer to business travelers?

    Nice is France’s #1 international tourist and business tourist destination after Paris, and will surprise you with the diversity of its cultural and tourist attractions along with its heritage and natural environment. Located between the Mediterranean and the Alps, it sets the standard for facilities holding congresses and conventions, business meetings, product launches, incentive activities, etc. Its infrastructure and urban development projects aim to improve the environment and welcome large events. Nice can offer world-class shopping, a dip in the Mediterranean sea, a gala soirée at the Casino, a candlelight dinner in a famous restaurant, 18 museums, and much more!

    Q: What has been the biggest accomplishment for the city in the past 5 years?

    Cutting-edge medical research. The University Hospital of Nice (CHU) is very active in research and innovation, with a firm position thanks to its involvement in IT and communication technology for the health sector and ambitious projects such as Pasteur 2: the largest hospital construction project in France. Pasteur 2 is a center that brings together a hospital, a research center and a university campus on the same site. Infrastructure will be created to host private research teams and a very large auditorium will top off the meeting facilities. The healthcare sector in Nice also includes the Face and Neck Institute – an important center for oncology and cervicofacial surgery, as well as a new building dedicated to neurology, namely Alzheimer’s disease.

    Q: Where do you see Nice headed in the next 5 years? What will be the major developments?

    A city dedicated to research and innovation. The Eco-Valley is one of the largest Operations of National Interest (OIN) in France dedicated to sustainable development. With a surface area exceeding 10,000 hectares (25,000 acres) this zone, west of the city in the Plaine du Var (lower Var Valley), aims to become the reference point for sustainable development in Southern Europe and the Mediterranean Basin. This operation aspires to create a consistent harmonious balance between conserving natural heritage, opening up to the world and creating an employment hub (25,000 jobs in 15 years). It is already home to enterprises in this activity sector, a teaching and research cluster dedicated to sustainable development and ecology, and Union of European Football Association stadium. Big brands acquiring environmentally friendly infrastructures will join them soon along with housing facilities. Structures already present include: IMREDD (Mediterranean Institute of Risk, the Environment, and Sustainable Development), IBM, ERDF, Veolia Environnement and the European Business and Innovation Center which already has 30 start-ups. It will also see the extension of our tramway network with an additional line that will connect the Eco-Valley to the airport and the city center.

    Facts & Figures 2014-2015

    • 6th best European MICE destination by AMEX

    • 4th in "SMART CITIES"

    • 83rd in the world (up 9 spots) in ICCA (International Congress & Convention Association)

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