Wherever you venture on holiday, you are always at risk of experiencing an accident abroad, which could lead to a travel accident compensation claim.
Accidents in Nice
Regardless of your choice of destination, prior to departure, it is always wise to read up on information about the area you intend to travel to, to ensure your health and safety abroad and minimise the risk of any holiday accidents or injuries.
What’s more, when in Nice, there is so much to see and do, that aside from holiday-related accidents and injuries, you will need to create a comprehensive itinerary to ensure you make the most of your time abroad.
Spotlight on Nice
Situated in the South of France, boasting a mesmerising Mediterranean coastline, Nice is a stunning place to visit whether you want to relax and rejuvenate, taking in the region’s renowned rays, or explore the city’s luxurious surroundings.
Spread over the relatively small area of just over 27 square miles, Nice is France’s fifth most populous city with just over one million people residing here. Nice comes second only to Paris in regards to the number of tourists it sees each year, making its airport the third busiest in all of France.
Nice offers a range of transport links to both nearby towns and attractions, as well as the rest of Europe, with travel by air, rail, boat and, road and tram networks all available. The tramline continues to grow, with two new lines currently under construction.
The city itself has an abundance to offer with spectacular architecture and urban walks available to enjoy. One of the most famous sites of the area is The Promenade des Anglais (Promenade of the English), which is a stunning promenade set among the Bay of Angels in the Mediterranean. The world famous Hotel Negresco overlooks this area.
Other areas of interest include the city’s numerous squares, featuring constructions adorned with beautiful stone design, sculptures, the Place Garibaldi and the Place Rossetti, all of which are must see sites for all tourists.
With so much walking on the cards, it is important to stay vigilant when out and about to avoid any preventable slips, trips and falls.
If you have been involved in an accident abroad that was not your fault, you may be able to claim travel accident compensation for the harm and distress you have endured.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 for a free initial consultation regarding your holiday-related illness or injury, and to help determine your eligibility.
Date Published: July 22, 2015
Author: Accident Advice