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NEED HELP QUICK: Disembark early from Costa cruise on the coast of France?

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Our cruise departs this Sunday and is round trip from Savona, but given our return international flight from Milan on the same day we disembark at 1:50 pm, I am considering disembarking in Marseille, at 2 pm the day before, so that we can make our way to Milan early. The train from Marseille to Milan is about 5 hours so we would not arrive Milan until about 8 pm. Not much time to really do anything in Milan either.

Can anyone recommend another city to visit, on the way to Milan, that would allow us at least time for dinner, a quick stroll around town before turning in, and then heading back to Milan in the morning the next day?

Nice, Cannes, etc.?

Thanks in advance.

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