Nice area walks and questions

Jul 14th, 2014, 05:23 PM
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Nice area walks and questions

I am onto the last bit of making trip plans. I hope I have this right...so any more information will be great.

DAY 1 -Arrive – explore Nice.
Take the bus to Cimiez, Go to Chagall Museum – take line 15 from Place Massena.

DAY 2 – CAP d’AIL walk – Take train…get off at cap d’Ail train station and get onto the trail. Some time at the beach, then walk along the coastal path to Monaco. In Monaco grab a drink, people watch and take the train back to Nice. 2-3 hours
Where do I pick up the trail from the station. If I still have the energy, take the bus up to EZE (which bus #).

DAY 3 - CAP FERRAT walk - Take the #81 bus from Nice to Villa Kerylos. You can access the Cap Ferrat walk from there. Once you are on the Cap there is signage for Villa Rothschild/Ephrussi. Tour the Villa. Take the bus/train back – where would I catch this/

DAY 4 – ANTIBES AND ……

I will spend late afternoons and evenings exploring Nice.

Looking forward to any more suggestions but I think this will give me a good overview and a taste to come back and visit again.
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Jul 14th, 2014, 05:53 PM
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2. Monaco -> Eze Village.
Look at the map: http://www.lignesdazur.com/ftp/plans...%2801%29bd.pdf. The right top inset shows the Eze area bus route.

You notice #112 is the bus connecting Monaco to Eze Village. www.lignesdazur.com/ftp/lignes_FR/112-2013.PDF
But, note carefully. Tt does not run often.
It also does not run on Sunday or holiday.

Another route is to use #83 to climb up to Eze village from the coast. Intersect somewhere #83 runs. #83 does not run that often, either. http://www.lignesdazur.com/ftp/ligne...07%2014%29.pdf

3. The bus stop for Villa Ephrussi is called Passable. Here is the stop https://maps.google.com/maps?ll=43.6...16.33&t=m&z=11
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Jul 15th, 2014, 10:10 AM
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Thanks so much Greg...great information.
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Jul 15th, 2014, 10:20 AM
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Cap d'Ail walk: I cannot remember exactly but , if you walk to the beach and look west, you should see signs. The path along the water was pretty obvious.
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Jul 15th, 2014, 02:34 PM
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You can fill a day in Antibes.
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