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How to get there

All roads lead to Nice Côte d’Azur. By car, train, bus or boat, come and enjoy a sunny holiday. If you prefer to fly, Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, the second largest airport in France after Paris, serves 120 short and long-haul destinations.

Train

Coming by train is the guarantee of a serene journey, with the freedom to move around while enjoying the landscape… Coming by train is also a gesture for the environment, with no traffic jams or loss of time, with an arrival directly in the city centre.

Fast and express trains (TGV, intercity) connect the Côte d’Azur to all French regions and to all major European cities.

The TGV Méditerranée makes it possible to travel from Paris to Nice in 6 hours, Lyon to Nice in 4 hours 30 minutes or Marseille to Nice in 2 hours 40 minutes.

Car

Nice Côte d’Azur is linked to the major European cities by an extensive network of roads and motorways.

The Metropolitan area is served by the A8 “La Provençale” motorway, coming from Aix-en-Provence to the west and from the border to the east.

Coming by road is easy way to reach your final destination, choose your exit:

Exit n°47 : Villeneuve Loubet, Vence, Cagnes-sur-Mer Exit n°48 : Vence, Cagnes-sur-mer Exit n°49 : Saint-Laurent-du-Var Exit n°50 : Nice Promenade des Anglais Exit n°51 : Nice Saint-Augustin / Airport Exit n°52 : Saint-Isidore, Carros Exit n°54 : Nice Nord Exit n°55 : Nice Est, La Trinité Exit N°56 : Monaco, Beausoleil, Cap d’Ail Exit n°58 : Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, Eze

Boat

Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolitan area has 8 marinas and more than 3000 moorings to welcome you if you come by boat.

Ports d’Azur is a dynamic port network that brings together under a single port authority the ports of Cros de Cagnes, Cap d’Ail and Nice. Each of the 8 ports has a history as well as very diversified characteristics which make the richness of the network.

Exemplary equipment adapted to the needs allows the user to be put at the heart of the system with an environmental priority.