How far is Provence from Nice by train?

How far is Provence from Nice by train?

99 miles
Aix-en-Provence TGV to Nice by train

Journey time From 3h 4m
Distance 99 miles (160 km)
Frequency 9 trains per day
First train 08:01
Last train 23:23

Are there trains in Nice?

Nice: Nice has 3 train stations: the main one is Nice-Ville which is also known in town as Gare Thiers, but there is also Nice St Augustin near the airport, and Nice Riquier near the Port. Don’t forget, show your same-day TER train ticket for 2€ off admission to the Monaco Oceanographic Museum.

How far is Nice from Provence?

approximately 92 miles
A distance of approximately 92 miles (148 km) separates Aix-en-Provence from Nice, traveling east across Provence to the northeastern edge of the Cote d’Azur. Driving is the fastest way to journey between the two, heading due west on the A8 toll road and reaching Nice in two hours.

Where are the lavender fields near Nice?

Valensole is the largest area in France devoted to lavender farms, and it happens to be the closest area to Nice for lavender fields. Within a 2.5 hours drive from Nice, you will reach some of the most beautiful lavender and sunflower fields. There are many lavender farms in Valensole.

How many train stations are there in Nice?

Taking the train from Nice Ville Paris: It’s one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with six main stations surrounded by key landmarks, so you can easily sip coffee in the charming neighbourhood of Montmartre or take that Eiffel Tower snap.

Is there a train from Nice to Chemins de fer?

There are endless day trips that can be planned around a ride on the Chemins de Fer de Provence train. The first service leaves Nice each morning just before 7am, with about 5 daily trains running in each direction passing through many stations, making it easy to pick up the train from wherever you are – you can check the train timetable.

Where does the Chemins de fer de Provence run?

The famous Train des Pignes of the Chemins de Fer de Provence is an original way to cover the 151 kilometres between Nice à Digne-les-Bains (or Digne-Nice). This mythical railway line celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2017. The Train des Pignes runs on a unique, narrow, 1 metre-wide track and goes through around thirty municipalities.

Which is the best train ticket to Nice?

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Is there a train from Nice to Digne les Bains?

To help you in your trip along the line, consult the Routard, from Nice to Digne-les-Bains, published in July 2017. The 96-page guide gives you the keys to taking the Train des Pignes and exploring the superb region it goes through, between the Mediterranean and the Alps from Nice to Digne-les-Bains.

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