Train Nice → MarseilleFrom AU$ 44
- Departure station : Nice ville (Avenue Thiers BP 1463 6008 Nice cedex 1)
- Arrival station : Marseille st char (Square Narvik 12232 Marseille cedex 1)
Main stations in Nice and Marseille
Nice Ville Train Station
Address: Avenue Thiers BP 1463 6008 Nice cedex 1Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 5am to 12:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 5am to 12:30am
Public holidays: 5am to 12:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Marseille Saint Charles Train Station
Address: Square Narvik 12232 Marseille cedex 1Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER), Intercity trains (Téoz)
SNCF rail agents, Lost and found, Luggage storage, Bank and Currency Exchange, Lockers, Police office and SOS Voyageurs, Travellers’ Aid facility, Air-conditioned waiting room, Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons, Car Parking, Toilets, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Nice and Marseille
Situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, Nice has the insolent charm of southern cities. With its outstanding light and mild, sunny climate that contributes to its international reputation, Nice is a combination of sea, city and mountains. Combining history, architecture, artistic creations, world-known events and leisure activities, Nice offers much more than just the basics. Its many labels and Appellations d’Origine Protégée mean that you can expect a certified level of quality to ensure that your stay is a success. There’s the Cuisine Niçoise label, the Famille Plus label and the international Gay Comfort label!
The oldest city of France, with its new cultural attractions, is the hotspot Mediterranean destination. Basked in a mild weather all year round, Marseille will charm you with its old village atmosphere, its fishing port and typical local cuisine.
Reviews & ratings Nice - Marseille
I loved the train travel. It was smooth, relaxing and basically hassle free. The service was very good considering the language barrier. I am really glad I booked this train ride. I would do it again next time I am in Europe. I would seriously consider train travel between the European countries as it is more convenient than catching flights despite the long travel times.
We had the tickets, but I was concerned that I had to do more with them, get them stamped or something, but information told me I was good to just board and use them. With these trains, you just wait in the area near the platforms (voies) and wait until the boards show which one your train will board from. Then there is a mad rush as everyone heads down a platform and onto a train. If you're coach 12, that can be a long way down the platform. Good smooth travel, quiet and fast.
I was quite disappointed as I paid for first class from Nice to Marseille and there was no first class carriage. No comfortable seats, no promised breakfast, just one class, what a waste of money.
The train was comfortable and clean. It was a convenient way to travel.
After travelling throughout Europe last year and recently, my husband and I have been extremely happy and impressed by the high speed rail system in Europe. The system is highly efficient, trains arriving on time, very comfortable and clean, arriving at your destination feeling very relaxed, not having had to wait at airports for hours and needing to go through tedious check-ins etc. Prices for tickets are very reasonable considering all of these reasons. We would highly recommend this mode of travel.
This was a very comfortable train journey. The train was clean, and the French staff very helpful.
We recently travelled second class on the TGV from Nice to Marseilles St Charles. The train was clean and tidy, although someone in another section found a spilled drink under their folding table (Nice surprise). The scenery on this trip is brilliant as the train passes along the cote d'azure. The one let down was that no-one seemed to know what to do with their luggage. Many people were travelling with large fully stuffed suitcases which didn't quite fit into the overhead racks. So peoples luggage protruded into the aisles or hung precariously from the overhead racks, while the purpose built luggage racks in the carriage vestibule were far from fully used. The lesson is that is is very easy to travel with carry on sized luggage in the carriage, leave your large suitcases in the vestibule.