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Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

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Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

We will be in port in June 2012, does anyone have updated information on the bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village? Is it best to take a bus or train? Thank you

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1. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Sorry don't know the bus number...look it up on line. Definitely not a train to Eze village.

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2. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Sorry don't know the bus number...look it up on line. Definitely not a train to Eze village.

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3. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Sorry don't know the bus number...look it up on line. Definitely not a train to Eze village.

Monaco
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4. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

You'll find a pdf of the bus timetable here:

www.cg06.fr/document/…

Bus number 112 doesn't run on Sunday, frequency is about every 1h30.

Alternatively, you can take a train to Eze Bord de Mer and either walk up, or take bus 83 (timetables on www.lignesdazur.com).

Hawaii
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5. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Hi MonacoCabbie,

I am jumping in on this thread. I will be staying in Monte-Carlo and I am trying to figure out the best way to get to Eze Village as well. I looked at the pdf timetable you attached above and I see the 112 goes from Nice to Monaco-Roqueville with many stops in between. Can you take the 112 starting at Monaco-Roqueville to Eze Village? I went to the website you provided as well and I tried to do the journey planner but could not input Monaco as the starting point. Is there only one bus station in Monaco? Do you recommend it is more efficient to take bus directly from Monaco to Eze Village or train to Eze Bord de Mer and then transfer to the #83 to Eze village? Appreciate any input you can offer. Also what is the name of the train station in Monaco? I did find www.raileurope.com and I was able to input from Monaco to Eze for $11 US that seems high for a 8 min train ride. Thanks for help.

Monaco
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6. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Yes, you can start the journey to Eze in Monaco, but the stop is called Cremaillere - it's a few hundred yards down the road from the Roqueville stop.

There's no bus station in Monaco.

Personally I'd prefer to take the 112 bus directly to Eze village rather than transferring from train to bus.

The railway station in Monaco is called Monaco Monte Carlo. The fare from Monaco to Eze Bord de Mer single will be around 2 euros single. There are ticket machines and counters at the station.

Hawaii
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7. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Thank you, I agree it does seem more efficient to just take the bus directly from Monaco to Eze VIllage. I appreciate the information.

Highland Village...
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8. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

tuscois,

We are in port on August and want to do the same bus trip to Eze. Can you give us any tips on how it worked out for you. Thanks.

Hawaii
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9. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

Hi jcanberra,

It was very easy walking from my hotel in Monte Carlo to the bus stop Cremaillere to catch the 112 to Eze Village. I used google maps to input the location of my hotel (Hotel Metropole - near the casino) to Cremaillere. It took us less than 10 minutes to walk. I don't know where the cruise ship port is so you might have to take a cab (aprox. cost will be 20 euro regardless of distance). I spent 4 days in Monte Carlo and I find it very easy to navigate by walking. For example from my hotel (near the casino) to Monaco-Ville (old town Monaco where the palace is located) is a 20 - 25 min walk which did not bother us the least bit. We arrived at the bus stop about 15 minutes early to be on the safe side. There is a little coffee shop right behind the bus stop so we went in to have an espresso while we waited. Make sure to get on the correct bus #112 and not the bus that says "Jardin Exotique. Also make sure to get on at the very front of the bus and not the center of the bus. The bus is very crowed to move forward to buy the tickets. When you get on the bus in the front verify with driver Eze VIllage and buy your ticket. Very easy. FYI - If you take a taxi from Monaco to Eze VIllage it is 50 euro. Once you get to the Eze VIllage bus stop you will see the walkway to get up into the medieval walled city. If you are having trouble getting the bus schedule the #112 leaves Cremaillere at the following times - 8:00, 9:55, 11:55, 15:10, 17:15, 19:25 and for the return back to Monaco 11:30, 14:30, 16:40, 19:00. I highly recommend having lunch at Chateau Eze. I would also recommend you call or send an email to make reservation (a must during high season) and request a table on the small terrace (they have 3 different terraces). Our hotel made the reservation on our behalf but since you are on a cruise you will probably have to do yourself. We sat on the small terrace that only has (2) tables which each only seats 2 people. It is amazing because it hangs over the cliff and the view is spectacular. I know I have probably given you more information then you asked for but I thought this would be helpful for you. Have a wonderful time. We have been to many medieval villages in Italy & France and Eze is very similar but the restaurant made the whole experience special and more memorable. My husband still talks about it since our return.

Highland Village...
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10. Re: Bus from Monte Carlo to Eze Village

HawiiWang,

The information is greatly appreciated. Very helpful and we will follow your advice on all points. Thank you so much. Take care and always safe travels.

Jcanberra