Do you recommend it is more efficient to take bus directly from Monaco to Eze Village or train to Eze Bord de Mer and then transfer to the 83 to Eze village? There is a little coffee shop right behind the bus stop so we went in to have an espresso while we waited. To review the TripAdvisor Forums Posting Guidelines, please follow this link: We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason. For example from my hotel near the casino to old town where the palace is located is a 20 - 25 min walk which did not bother us the least bit. I'll bet we wouldn't even notice the souvenir shops. I love Eze, and Harold's advice is great.
It is amazing because it hangs over the cliff and the view is spectacular. But just when I was convinced I had missed the bus, I saw it drive past me. Hank I am right now looking for how to get the Bus 112 from Monaco to Eze-le-Village and trying to follow the links above for lignedazure, found them no longer working. Train Travel Resources : the most complete website for finding hotels and accommodation anywhere. But what about the number 112 bus. Easily reached by train or bus, so not sure why would you need an expensive cab ride.
Important note: Eze Village is your final destination, not Eze — there is a difference! As you can see, the buses do not run very often which is a problem on this line. If you are a budget traveller or are just looking to make some friends, I always recommend staying at hostels. Buses between Monaco to Eze village, and between Eze village and Eze-sur-mer, are much less frequent - you'll need to check a schedule. Eze has been becoming popular because it is a most convenient destination for cruisers. You have to decide what best for you. I believe everyone's opinion is valid.
Also what is the name of the train station in Monaco? You seemed to have had a 'good handle' on bus stop directions, but glad that I could help a bit more. Are there many 'souvenir shops? Just follow the hordes of cruisers as this is a very popular daytrip. Hence I combined my trip to Monaco with a stop en route to nearby Eze, a beautiful little mountaintop village. Luckily, if you plan wisely and wear supportive shoes, you can see the beach town of , the medieval town of Eze and ju st about all of Monaco in the course of just one day! Sorry for the so many question. After visiting Eze, do I take the Bus 112 at the Eze Village bus stop to Nice. Bus 112 does not run on Sundays.
The bus ride to the medieval village of Eze usually takes half-an-hour. My husband still talks about it since our return. Thanks Susan-M for the webs site. Eze village on the French Riviera is what all romantic dream destinations are made of. It is set onto the top of a mountain overlooking the Mediterranean, and the medieval architecture and paths are equally as beautiful as the views of the sea. I was very much in love the first and only time I went to Eze.
Forget extravagant shopping malls and nightclubs. Edited August 25, 2009 by Susan-M I must admit to be puzzled why the various bus schedules to Nice use two different terms Gare Routiere and Coach Station for Nice. Is there a bus stop for Bus 112 close to the cruise port. Besides the beautiful and charming with a medieval architecture, the view from Eze Village is breathtaking. Its little streets and small shops reminded me of a smaller version of the medieval town of Carcassonne that I had visited just a week before.
From November 2015- March 2017 I completed a 15 month trip through Europe, Mexico, Cuba and South America and I'm still sharing my stories. The fare from Monaco to Eze Bord de Mer single will be around 2 euros single. Center were very helpful, go in and get the most current bus schedules. After a very short walk, the path will bring you in front of the main Tourist Information Center. Each public transport ticket is good for 74 minutes after validation. The train departs from Nice-Ville Train Station towards Eze Sur Mer.
Perhaps the best thing about a visit to Monaco is people watching. There used to be an English version, but I don't think it's available any longer. So I may have gotten a little ahead of myself. Yes, the buses do run on Sundays. You can do the hike in either direction but I decided down was probably the most convenient because the buses from old village Eze to Monaco were far less frequent, and walking up really step hills is hard, and more time consuming. I'm not quibbling with '1959's'opinion, just posting my own. However, you find 100+ provencal mountain villages - and many are more beautiful than Eze - and you find dozens of vistas with a breathtaking view over the coast - many of them with a better view than from Eze.
Get off at Eze Village. The bus runs every 90 minutes so check bus schedule online. I'd go back in a heartbeat with my new wife, whom I love even more. The bus 100 stops on Eze Sur Mer train station, near the beach. Many thanks, Jean Hi Susan, Do you know what the website is for trains? We sat on the small terrace that only has 2 tables which each only seats 2 people. I walked down the beach and ate the baguette I had picked up from the boulangerie on the way to catch my bus that morning.
Is the train station in within walking distance to the cruise port. Unfortunately for me, this day was the only day that I got bad weather while I was in Nice. A popular destination for tourists, it is well connected by bus to the rest of the country. Janine, Your last response was pretty garbled but I did see lemons. It is the best option if you are going direct to the beach. We are in port from 9-8 so we have plenty of time for trial and errors. You are able to see the coast with the contrast between the cliffs and the Mediterranean Sea.