Europe Forums

Start a new topic Change Forum
Advanced search

Train travel from Paris to Nice and then to Rome

Jump to last reply

There are sooo many helpful people on here and I need some help. We are traveling from Paris to Nice...staying in Nice a couple of days and then going to Rome. We leave Paris October 15 and plan to leave Nice the morning of the 17th. We definitely want a day train for each leg. I went to the voyages sncf site but it wasn't letting me put my dates in. How far ahead can one book the train? I have no idea what train to get from Nice to Rome and would LOVE suggestions. Any and all help will be appreciated. We are ONLY interested in train travel.

45 Replies |Back to top

| Add a Reply

Sign in to comment.

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Fodor's Go List 2015 Has Been Announced
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Dec 19, 14 at 05:08 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Help! Italy & France and Italy-Two Weeks?
  2. 2 Condor Long-Haul Business Class
  3. 3 history museums or locations
  4. 4 Italy dolomites
  5. 5 Trip Report Finally in Italy for the holidays - installment report
  6. 6 22 year olds in Europe
  7. 7 Where to get best blue trout in Bavaria?
  8. 8 Toulouse & Paris Day Trips
  9. 9 Good times in Munich, the city
  10. 10 Solo, inexperienced traveler struggling w/ logistics
  11. 11 Why don't the French use shower curtains
  12. 12 Airport ATMs
  13. 13 Trip Report Sono arrivato a Venezia
  14. 14 Cylades Island Hopping
  15. 15 One week in Spain, late May
  16. 16 Trip Report Two Weeks in France, reposting TR
  17. 17 6 additional days starting from Munich in April - recommendations?
  18. 18 Euro Trivia quiz #17 - People and Places #2
  19. 19 Day roadtrips from Munich base
  20. 20 Berlin Prague Vienna Munich
  21. 21 Paris for a Week – Looking for a Day Trip Outside the City
  22. 22 Travelling from Paris to Madrid
  23. 23 Train Travel from Marseilles to Barcelona
  24. 24 5 Observations About Paris
  25. 25 Lake Como transportation questions
View next 25 » Back to the top