21 – 23 April, 2020 Nice Acropolis | Nice, France 2020 44 (0) 20 7368 9854
Fall in Love with Our New Location. In Nice.
A Gorgeous Location
With its mix of Riviera class, year-round sunshine, vibrant street life and stunning seaside location, there is no better place to benchmark your Supply Chain Strategy and shape the future of your industry.
LogiPharma has grown 82% over the last 5 years as we continue to strengthen our position as the industry’s leading event. Having outgrown our past venues in Switzerland, it’s time to open our doors to you at our new LogiPharma 2020 location in Nice.Download Agenda
Planning Your Trip
With great transport links, our new venue is easier to reach from the airport with taxi, train, bus or even a boat. The new LogiPharma venue is located in the heart of the city, only 15 minutes from the airport by taxi and 30 minutes by public transport. Nice airport offers an easy access with its direct flights to 90 destinations in more than 40 countries.Find out more about travel
From grand luxury hotels in the city centre or small family-run hotels nestled in the green hills, Nice offers a wide range of accommodation to satisfy everyone.
We have arranged an exclusive discounted rate of €139 for single occupancy room per night at the Novotel Nice Centre. This rate is available for the 20th – 22nd April. To book your room at our exclusive discounted rate please click here. This rate is only available until 30th October.Find out more about accommodation
Choose from fresh food markets to five star restaurants. Explore Vieux Nice’s Saleya market, where small producers bring in the fresh food, and chefs from five star restaurants shop beside tourists. The city offers unique street snacks while its cosy bistros serve everything from Provençal beef stew to salade niçoise.
Things to do in Nice:
1. Promenade des Anglais
Promenade des Anglais, which is more than just a grand walkway next to the Mediterranean: It’s an integral part of Nice city life. The promenade bends for seven kilometres, and on the eastern side is skirted by regal 19th-century palaces. You can take a seat on the benches and find shade beneath pergolas and palm trees.
2. Vieille Ville
The oldest part of the city is a mesh of alleys with local shops and restaurants, dominated by the Colline du Château to the east. Glaciers, crêperies and cafes all flow onto the squares, which are often lively until the early hours. There’s a strong Italian feel about the architecture and setting, which is no coincidence as Nice wasn’t French until the Treaty of Turin in 1860.
3. Parc de la Colline du Château
In the park at the top of this steep hill you’ll be presented with some of the French Riviera’s great panoramas. You can look back over Nice and the azure sea in the Baie des Anges, and it’s a sight you’ll want to pause over for as long as possible. If you’re feeling fit you might reach the top on foot from the Vieille Ville, but there’s also a free elevator, which is recommended in the summer.
4. Cours Saleya Market
Nice’s old quarter also has this lovely flower and fresh produce market. Selling fresh produce, regional delicacies like socca made on site and flowers sourced from the Provence and Alpes-Maritimes countryside.
Beat the tourist rush and get there as early as possible.