place Garibaldi is one of the most seasoned and the biggest squares in Nice. It was outlined by Antonio Spinelli in the second 50% of the eighteenth century. It is not a completely pedestrianized territory, since it is crossed by a tramline and it sits on the intersection of a few imperative lanes of Nice (Boulevard Jean Jaures, Avenue de la Republique, Rue Cassini and Rue Catherine Segurane), yet it without a doubt speaks to a traveler locate in itself.
Authoritatively, it relates to the locale of Port de Nice, however the vast majority of the attractions in Vieux Nice are within reach as well, (for example, the Chapel of the Holy Sepulcher, Café de Turin and, why not, the National Theater). The square is flanked by lovely extravagant arcaded structures,