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Start your holiday in Nice in style by whizzing to your accommodation in a pre-booked airport transfer. You’re on the glamorous Cote D’Azur, after all.
Flying in to Nice Cote D’Azur Airport (NCE), the Bay of Angels twinkling below, will have you chomping at the bit to explore this chic city. So don’t let this mood be dampened by an unfamiliar public transport system. Instead, stroll out of the terminal knowing that an airport transfer is waiting to take you to your accommodation. Go on, go A-list.
Nice’s airport is less than five miles from the city and the journey there will take around 15 minutes by road, depending on the time of day you travel. You’ll be able to choose between transfer options, including shuttles, private vehicles, minibuses and, if you want to feel like a true celeb, limousines. Whether you’re short on time and would like the fastest and most convenient option, or are travelling with your kids and their numerous bags, you’ll be grateful of your forward planning after a tiring flight.
There are taxis waiting outside the airport, but be aware that as well as the standard fare, there are extra charges for luggage and a fifth passenger. So why not keep things simple and pre-book a transfer instead? That way you’ll know exactly what you’ve paid, can budget for it before you leave and can waltz past the taxi queue into your vehicle.
If you’re looking to keep transfer costs to a minimum – there are a lot more exciting things to spend your money on in Nice, after all – you may consider getting a public bus. But why not consider a shuttle service instead? This is one of the cheapest transfer options, as you’ll share it with other passengers. But, unlike on a public bus, you’ll be dropped at your door (unless you’re staying at a private address) and won’t run the risk of missing your stop or getting lost en route to your hotel.
Groups should consider coaches or minibuses for the ease of travelling together. These options may actually rival the price of public transport if you’re in a large group as the more passengers you travel with, the cheaper the price per head is likely to be.
So, concentrate on the good life while you’re in Nice and sort your transfers before you leave home. Compare the options side-by-side on TravelSupermarket to make sure you find the best deal for you. Then get ready to stroll down the Promenade des Anglais and people-watch.
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