12 Avenue Thiers, 06000, Nice, France
Nice-Ville Station prides itself on being the main railway hub in the amazing city of Nice. It serves the Marseille–Ventimiglia railway, boasts 7 platforms, and operates TER, Intercites, TGV, Thello, and even Russian Railways trains. The station was opened at the end of the 19th century and was far from being centrally located at the time. But Nice grew a lot since then, and now the station is set in the heart of the beautiful neighborhood known as Old Nice.



Getting Around Nice-Ville Station


Are there any cafes at the station?

Unfortunately, no, the station building doesn't house any cafes, pubs, or restaurants. But there are multiple eateries within walking distance, including a nice bakery next door.

Can I buy a tickets through a ticket machine at Nice-Ville?

Sure, the tickets machines are at your service at the station. But keep in mind that that they don't accept cash, only credit/debit card and coins.


Read more F.A.Q.