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Trains to Nice

Nice is one of the Mediterranean's most popular destinations, with its beautiful beaches, fine restaurants and historic downtown. Known for its outstanding architecture, the Promenade des Anglais is popular among visitors and locals alike; at the weekend, cyclists, skateboarders, inline skaters and families can be seen out on the Promenade. Afterwards, make the most of Nice's diverse nightlife with an aperitif on the Cours Saleya, a cocktail in a lounge bar or an evening of salsa, jazz or cabaret.

The Cote d'Azur city is well connected with both the UK and Europe by train. The city's main train station, Gare de Nice-Ville, is served by the high-speed rail provider TGV as well as EuroCity services and SNCF local trains.

The most popular train connections to Nice

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How to catch the train to Nice from the UK

Passengers wishing to catch the train from the UK to Nice can find in-direct journeys available. Although two separate bookings are required, the journey itself is rather effortless. With up to 20 Eurostar departures from London to Paris a day and over 20 daily connections from Paris to Nice, travelling by train offers plenty of room for flexibility.

Trains from London to Paris take just over 2 hours. Departing from London St Pancras International and arriving at Gare du Nord. From here, passengers can board the local RER train for a short transfer to Paris Gare de Lyon, the departure point for trains to Nice. The journey from Paris takes just under 6 hours.


Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Nice Ville

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