Inter cities

In the Maritime Alps, buses are extremely cheap. Almost all one way tickets cost 1.50€, no matter how far you go. The drawback is that journeys are quite long. Expect 2h from Nice to Cannes whereas 25mn are needed by train.

The 10 trips cards cost only 10€ with therefore a cost of 1€ per trip. For this price you'll be able to travel as much as 100km (Nice - Auron for exemple).

You will find the schedules for most of the lines on the Deparement web page. They enable you to go (almost) everywhere without a car.

The main lines :

There are others, with fewer buses. Check the schedules (above).

But there are some other important lines which, for obscure administrative reasons are not dependant on the Departement. You will find their schedules on the Ligne d'Azur web page. Use it if one of the links below doesn't work any longer owing to schedules changes.

These lines will enable hikers to reach the highland and the Mercantour National park.

To find your itinerary and the lines you can use, you may use the ceparou06 web page. This is an official page, but it works more or less, doesn't always find a solution even when it exists and is not very user-friendly.


When you buy your ticket in the intercity bus, if you need to take an other bus afterwards within your destination city, request the connection ticket to the driver WHEN YOU BUY YOUR TICKET. He will give you a free ticket enabling you to continue your trip with the destination city bus network (Cannes, Nice). But you must request it before he issues your ticket because in this case, it won't be the same one. (He won't be able to do it if he issued the ticket without connection first.) You'll therefore have 2 tickets for the price of one. The second ticket will have to be used just after your arrival.

City buses

Several cities have their own buses networks : Antibes, Cannes, Nice, Monaco Monte-Carlo, Menton... which also serve the cities nearby.

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