What do you need to know when going to Nice, France in November

Going to Nice, France at the end of November till of mid December 3 weeks in total. It a language vacation, I'm going to learn France. Does anyone have some advice for me?

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Nice is nice, actually. There's a lot of side streets that aren't too touristy and they've got some good food. People are less big twats than Paris too, so that's a plus. Beware of pickpockets though, there's quite a few around, and one weird thing I noticed there is that on the main pathway there were these people who I think were collecting donations or something who would literally jump in front of people and shove stuff in their faces. You had to do a sort of sidestep to get out of their way, and sometimes it turned into a bit of a weird game. Everyone seemed to hate them.

Besides that it's actually very scenic with well-priced food.

Thanks for you advice! I wasn't aware that those ripoff scum eastern Europe people are there to. :/ Yesterday I have watched a TV show that exposed those people in Paris, the donation stuff is a scam 2 so.

Are you by any chance german?

Kind of 1/6 German, but to be precise I'm Dutch

Ah, I just live in germany and say a show on tv here about those scammers not that long ago.


At least you should not have any problems with the pronounciation then

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Try not to get reckt by a truck. My french teacher told me that the south is the most expensive part of France and that old people retired there. Also very touristy from what I heard, but never been there myself..

Thank you, Cote d'Azur indeed

It a language vacation, I'm going to learn France. Does anyone have some advice for me?

Try learning English first.

Maybe he is not a native English speaker...

Then he shouldn't be on an English language board!

This is correct, English is not my native language. It's also my first post/ comment and didn't really put effort in it..

I'm going to Nice, France at the end of november till mid december. I will be staying three weeks in total. My goal is to improve my France, so I'm able to speak and understand it properly.

Does anyone have some advice for me?

Is the good English yes :p ?

I'm going to learn France
>my goal is to improve my France

you'll need to learn Italian too

Maybe, but why?

Nice is like 25 miles from Italy, person
both languages are spoken

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