NICE TO MONACO TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Visiting Monaco Monte Carlo is almost always a great opportunity to enjoy the French Riviera. Many of you even land or drive by the city of Nice on their way to Monaco. The 2 places are pretty close, about 30 kms, it would be a shame not to enjoy to trip to its fullest between the two...
We have listed for you all the best ways to go from Nice to Monaco by various transportation options.
NICE TO MONACO BY BUS
The bus is a convenient and cheap opportunity to enjoy the sea side view all the way to Monaco.
FROM NICE DOWNTOWN TO MONACO – LINE 100
The trip from Nice to Monaco is only €1.50 per person (1 way) and takes about 35 minutes. Take the Bus 100 from the Garibaldi Square (Place Garibaldi) to Monaco. See the timetable.
FROM NICE AIRPORT TO MONACO - LINE 110
The Bus stars from the Nice Cote d’azur airport (NCE) to Monaco and beyond. The trip will cost you €20 and takes about 45 minutes. Timetable and detailed pricing.
NICE TO MONACO BY TRAIN
The train runs faster and offers some magnificent French Riviera sceneries all along the way. It takes about 22 minutes to go from Nice Ville station to Monaco Monte-carlo station for an average price of €3.60 Marseille - Nice - monaco train timetable.
NICE TO MONACO BY TAXI
Taxis remain pretty expensive in France, you can expect a price about €70 to €90 for the trip Nice to Monaco. The fees may vary based on your point of departure and the traffic. Taxis can be found at the Nice Airport or in many Taxi stations in the city.
Note : You have to get to a Taxi station to call a taxi cab, you cannot grab them on the road as you would do in N.Y for instance.
NICE TO MONACO BY CAR
There are four options to go from Nice to Monaco, the highway is the fastest while the 3 other roads are slower but offer much more spectacular landscapes :- The Highway : Take the Highway “A8”
- The "Basse Corniche" (Low Coast-Road)
- The "Moyenne Corniche" (Middle Coast-Road)
- The "Grande Corniche" (Great Coast-Road)
NICE TO MONACO RIDDING A BICYCLE
Riding From Nice to Monaco by bike is a unique trip with many see site viewings and numerous spots to stop by along the road…
You can either take the The "Basse Corniche" (Low Coast-Road), the "Moyenne Corniche" (Middle Coast-Road) or the "Grande Corniche" (Great Coast-Road). The Basse Corniche is surely the easiest to ride, the Moyenne Corniche can be very traffic intensive with many up and down hills. The grande Corniche is the less busy of the 3 roads but may require the best physical condition.