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Trains to Nice

It is easy to travel by train to Nice. The capital of the Côte d’Azur (or French Riviera) isn't as glitzy as it once was. But it’s still a great base for exploring the Riviera coast and the mountainous country inland. Nice and its hinterland only became part of France in 1860. Four years later the first trains arrived, bringing crowds keen to explore this glorious stretch of coast. The appeal of the Riviera is as strong as ever, but these days the local scene is less dominated by dowager duchesses and Russian royals.

Climb up to Le Château on a clear morning for brilliant views of the coast, wander through the Old Town and rub shoulders with the chic set on the Promenade des Anglais. Nice has world-class galleries and a feast of fine restaurants. But it’s a busy place and many visitors eventually retreat to one of the quieter Riviera resorts.

The main station is Nice Ville, where on Saturday evenings you’ll hear the buzz of Russian voices as the weekly train from Moscow arrives. Not every visitor to Nice comes from so far afield. Three times a day there are direct trains from Milan and Genoa and half a dozen high-speed TGVs from Paris each day (with additional trains at weekends and holidays).

Passengers from London to Nice use a combination of Eurostar and TGV services, normally routing via Paris or Marseille.

Nice Ville station is the jumping-off point for local excursions in the region. Half-hourly services run east to Ventimiglia in Italy serving Monaco and Menton along the way; services west to Antibes and Cannes are even more frequent. From Nice Ville, trains run inland to Grasse, Sospel and Tende.

To the north of Nice Ville is the Gare de Provence, a station served by private rail operator Chemins de Fer de Provence (CP). CP operates trains from the Gare de Provence on a beautiful narrow-gauge route through the mountains to Digne. CP trains cannot be booked online but you can easily buy tickets at the station; there's no need to pre-book. CP services operate year round; we rate the route to Digne as a fine excursion for any season, but at its very best perhaps on a clear winter day when the views of the Alps, as the train heads inland, can be magnificent.

Travel to Nice by train from anywhere in the UK or across Europe.

De Londres a Nice en tren

from 87,61 $

Avg 1 change 8hr 53m

De Lille a Nice en tren

from 73,23 $

Avg 0 change 7hr 32m

De Paris a Nice en tren

from 45,11 $

Avg 0 change 5hr 34m

De Moscow a Nice en tren

from 405,37 $

Avg 1 change 42hr 31m

De Milán a Nice en tren

from 16,61 $

Avg 0 change 4hr 41m

De Genoa a Nice en tren

from 16,87 $

Avg 0 change 2hr 53m

De Marseille a Nice en tren

from 30,73 $

Avg 0 change 2hr 31m

De Barcelona a Nice en tren

from 84,34 $

Avg 1 change 7hr 10m

De Ventimiglia a Nice en tren

from 9,15 $

Avg 0 change 38m

De Cannes a Nice en tren

from 7,19 $

Avg 0 change 23m

De Mónaco a Nice en tren

from 3,92 $

Avg 0 change 14m

De Avignon a Nice en tren

from 42,50 $

Avg 0 change 2hr 50m

De Lyon a Nice en tren

from 39,23 $

Avg 0 change 4hr 24m

De Florencia a Nice en tren

from 27,98 $

Avg 1 change 6hr 22m

De Pisa a Nice en tren

from 23,93 $

Avg 1 change 5hr 27m

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