A reader commented on the Expat Report Living in Nice, France
A reader replied most recently with:
I am an expat living in Nice (blog: 24/7 in France) and find the city offers a wide range of activities for everyone! You don't really need a car, as public transportation is easy and accessible. It just takes making an effort to find what you like! Bienvenue!
A reader replied recently with:
Hello, I am new to Nice. I have been here for about a year. I am originally from New York. I worked in Paris for three years before I started working in Nice. Both New York and Paris are exceptioal cities in that it is very easy to find interesting and exciting events, readily available, often for very little money --- if you know where to go. Nice is a bit more daunting in that respect. You need to look for events and as always, it con be difficult to make new contacts. You also need a car! That can be a struggle, if you were used to public transportation, as I was in New York and Paris.
Im glad it went well for you. I too had my lovely daughter in Nice, 4 months after we arrived but at Nice Lanval. Very medicalised but amazingly professional. Like Angelina Jollie, we chose Michel Sussman, who also speaks perfect English. His sage Femme, (midwife) Odille, always works with him and is very experienced and amazing. We too saw Dr Bessier at first, who is very professional, if not very warm. There are many fabulous paediatricians in this area to choose from,.
We had 3 1/2 wonderful years in the south of France. I wish you all the joy that we had!