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How to get from Italy (Genova/La Spezia) to French Riviera

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I would like to know the easiest and most affordable way to get from Genova/La Spezia to the south of France. Train? Car?

I will be staying at Cinque Terre and my final destination is Aix-En-Provence. However, along the way, I would like to stop by Monaco, possibly Cannes, and any other recommended cities for a day before reaching my final destination in Aix-En-Provence.

I've been looking at the Eurail Passes (as I will be visiting the main cities in Italy also before Cinque Terre) and also the possiblity using the train in Italy and then rent a car to southern France. There is also a Riviera train also from Italy to France?

Any thoughts? Any suggestions is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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