Where does the Nice tram go from and to?

Where does the Nice tram go from and to?

Nice’s Tram Line 2 (Ligne 2 de Tram) runs from downtown Nice alternating to either Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) or to the CADAM prefectural administration center in the western outskirts of the city.

Does Nice have a subway system?

Line 2 runs for 11.3 km (7 miles) of which 3.2 km (2 miles) near the centre is underground. Starting at Port Lympia in the east and ending at Nice Côte d’Azur Airport and Nikaïa in the west, serving 20 stations in total. Ridership expectations are 140,000 passengers per day.

How do you buy tram tickets in France?

You can buy tickets in advance at a machine at the bus stop, a local tobacconist (tabac), or on-board from the driver. It’s better to try and use the correct change if possible, although most drivers will have change.

What time do the trams stop in Nice?

The Lignes d’Azur trams run 7 days a week from 5am until midnight. Weekdays from 7:30am to 8:00pm trams run every 4-5 minutes. On Saturdays trams arrive every 5-6 minutes between 7:00am and 8:00pm. Sunday trams run every 8-9 minutes between 8:00am and 9:00pm.

Is it easy to get around Nice?

It is easy to get to Nice, it also is easy to get around town. From its airport, located a few kilometres away from the city centre, to its complete intermodal transportation network (road network, high speed rail, bus, tram, taxicab, or vélo bleu rented bike), Nice combines attractiveness and connectivity.

How long does the tram take from Nice airport to city Centre?

Taking the new tramway line from the Nice Airport The fabulous new line 2 tramway from the airport has revolutionized airport transportation in Nice. The tramway runs approximately every 10 minutes, runs parallel to the seaside and gets you to the Nice Port in just over 30 minutes, and costs as little as 1€.

How late do Trams run in Nice?

How much does the tram in Nice cost?

1.50 euro
A single bus or tram ticket is called a SOLO and costs 1.50 euro. You can buy it from a bus driver or the vending machine at the tram stop. This ticket allows you to change between different buses and trams within 74 minutes – but not on the return journey.

What is the best way to get around France?

How to get around in France

  1. Train. Run by the state-owned SNCF, France’s rail network is truly first-class, with extensive coverage of the country and frequent departures.
  2. Bus and coach.
  3. Car and motorcycle.
  4. Bicycle.
  5. Boat.
  6. Plane.
  7. Public transportation in cities.
  8. Taxi.