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Can someone help me with a trip to Eze from Nice?

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I've been reading older posts to research this question, but they talk about temporary tram/train stations. Since those posts were a few years old, I think the answers might be different now.

We will be staying near the Place Massena and would like to go to Eze one day. I did read that the train would end in a long walk up the hill to Eze Village, but that busses might be the way to go directly there. Can anyone give me some up-to-date information on the best way to get there and back which would not involve a lengthy hike up? If bus, what number and where do we catch the appropriate one?

And since I am writing a post, is there anything you would recommend doing while there or is it best going to the gardens for a great view and walking around the streets?

Thanks!

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