My partner got a job in Monaco and we have to relocate to the South of France and we need to find an apartment somewhere in the South of France like the Nice area, that he can commute to work with the train. Does anyone have any tips and tricks on finding apartments in that area? Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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Apartments in Nice's city centre are generally smaller and located within older complexes, these are naturally more expensive as they are close to all the action and provide quick access to transport links. The further away from the city centre one moves, they are likely to find bigger apartments with modern amenities.
Accommodation in Nice provides more information on the best place to start looking for housing and also offers some tips on how to navigate Nice's rental market.
Best of luck with the move!