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Don't know if anyone has noticed, but SNCF has been advertising another means of transportation: iDBUS. What caught my attention especially is that there is bus service between Aix, Marseille and Nice and Milan and Genoa. There are frequently questions here about traveling from the south of France into Italy by train and the difficulty figuring out schedules and booking tickets. Maybe this bus service offers an alternative.

More info and a route map here:

http://bus.voyages-sncf.com/

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