Chartering a private jet from Nice to Rome cost approximately from €5,600 to €17,610.
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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet
Estimated Price: €5,600
Aircraft: Learjet 45 XRSuper Light Jet
Estimated Price: €10,620
Aircraft: Challenger 850Super Large Jet
Estimated Price: €17,610
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Chartering a private jet is the ideal way to travel between Nice and Rome. It not only reinforces the luxurious vibe of each city but also, offers convenience unmatched by commercial aircraft. With a private jet, the passenger decides when they are ready to go from fun in the sun on Nice's Mediterranean beaches to the fast-paced, stylish and historic ambiance of Rome.
What Can You Do In Nice?
Nice is widely considered the "cultural capital" of the French Riviera. It may be a beach town, but there is much more to do here than frolic in the waves of the Mediterranean.
Ingratiate yourself in history
Walk the streets of Old Town and ingratiate yourself in the region's past, which remains unchanged in many ways here. The streets are narrow and lined by historic buildings, the ground floors of which offer various eclectic shops.
Nice's Old Town is the ideal place to find rare spices, local art and funky clothing in hidden boutiques. Many local vendors sell handmade wares, which means that you can find things here that can't be gotten elsewhere.
Check out the opera house and Patisserie Henri Auer, an artisanal chocolate and pastry shop that has been in business since the 1800s.
Visit the museums
From the Mark Chagall National Museum to the Musee Massena, there are plenty of cultural options to keep you busy during a jaunt to nice. The museums in Nice are eclectic and boast visually stunning designs even outside of the priceless art found inside.
Take a fresh breath of lavender
Just a couple of hours from the Nice city centre lies Valensole, home to the country's vast lavender fields. When you hire a private jet to Nice, this is a must-see on your itinerary. The vast fields of purple blooms are a stunning sight, especially during the spring months.
Where Should You Stay in Nice?
The French Riviera is synonymous with luxury, so any of the lodging options in Nice are bound to enhance your visit.
Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée
Discover modern luxury in one of the best-located hotels in the city. The Hyatt hotel looks out over the ocean and is just steps away from the boutique stores and charming cafes of Nice. The hotel features beautiful neoclassical and art deco designs that make it an iconic architectural landmark. It offers a fitness centre and spacious meeting rooms for those needing to work in the city.
Hotel Negresco offers the kind of classic architectural design you might expect from a property in Nice with plenty of modern amenities, including elegant furnishings, a children's area and an on-site bar and restaurant.
Hotel La Perouse
Hotel La Perouse is a waterfront property that exudes luxury in every area, from the terraced balconies to the private beach exclusively for guests to enjoy.
Where should you eat in Nice?
This bright Mediterranean place of France offers you an assortment of delicious local cuisine bursting with colour and flavours. Your culinary cravings will be satisfied with the delightful gourmet.
Le Chantecler is a two-star Michelin restaurant inside Hotel Negresco and is situated on a private beach on the Promenade des Anglais. The restaurant focuses in gourmet food prepared using top-notch regional ingredients.
The majority of the food served in this 24-seat restaurant, which focuses on South African cuisine, is intimate. Jan, who is from South Africa initially, founded the restaurant.
Flaveur is among the restaurants with the most exotic menus in France. However, the menu changes often as the chefs love to experiment. Enjoy traditional foods from the 19th century, such as petits farcis, which are stuffed vegetables.
What Can You Do In Rome?
Italy's capital city is a vibrant, bustling metropolis as well known for its culture and history as it is for its food, fashion and nightlife.
Go back in time
A visit to Rome (Italy) would not be complete without going back in time to the heyday of the Roman empire. Visit the Colosseum, explore the Roman Forum and stop at the Pantheon. The various structures still standing in Rome are a testament to the ingenuity of the Roman people and are a must-see when in the city.
Soak up the culture
There is so much culture to enjoy in Rome that it can be hard to know where to even start. The Galleria Borghese offers glimpses of masterful paintings and sculpture, while the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (opera house) is opulence brought to life.
Then, there is the food, the shopping and the various other galleries and entertainment venues found throughout the city. Luxury abounds in Rome (Italy), so choosing a cultural excursion is a matter of personal preference.
Visit the Vatican City
While Vatican City is its own country, no trip to Rome would be complete without a visit. Take a guided tour and marvel at the elegant grandeur of the handcrafted marble facades. Tickets can be combined to gain entry to St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, which was painted by world-famous artist Michelangelo.
Where Should You Stay in Rome?
Rome is a major city centre with a large enough variety of neighbourhoods to choose where you want to spend your time and in what kind of lodging you prefer to dwell.
Hotel Eden is a luxury hotel property situated in the heart of Rome. The marble floors and decadent decor greet guests upon entry into the property. They then luxuriate in the stellar service, array of amenities and fine dining available on-site.
JK Place Roma
JK Place Roma is a five-star property that offers elegant rooms, locally-sourced menus in the on-site restaurant and proximity to some of the most popular sites in Rome.
The St Regis Rome
Situated within a 19th-century building near Piazza Della Republica, The St Regis Rome is a lavish accommodation option. The interior is classically styled and includes butler service and a spa, meaning you can return to be pampered and relax after a day exploring the city.
Where to eat in Rome?
This Three Michelin restaurant located in the Eternal City is a must-go-to place. Enjoy the panoramic roof garden with a careful selection of Mediterranean cuisine.
Two Michelin Stars. In the heart of Rome, the attention to detail creates a strong contrast between wood and iron. Il Pagliaccio proposes 4 surprise tasting menus.
La Terrazza is another fine-dining option that offers stunning vistas of the Roman skyline. Indulge in the likes of veal broth ravioli with horseradish or calamarata pasta with coconut, rocket and steamed oyster.
Fly in a jet Between Nice and Rome with LunaJets
A jet between Nice and Rome and enjoying the sites in both destinations is made more convenient and ever more luxurious when you rent a private jet.
LunaJets takes care of everything in your private jet charter, so passenger just have to do is sit back and enjoy the flight. This allows you to enjoy the experience of both destinations on your own time.
What is the distance from Cote d’Azur Airport airport (NCE) to the city centre?
It is a 7 km distance and about a 10 to 15-minute drive along and to the Promenade des Anglais.
When is the best time to visit Nice?
Nice flourishes in summer. The shoulder season of September to October is another great option to explore Nice.
How many airports does Rome have?
Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino airports serve Rome. International flights are available at both airports.
What is the distance between Fiumicino airport and Rome?
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is located 31 kilometres (45 minutes) southwest of the city centre.