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All reviews free lift worth the climb old town fantastic views beautiful waterfall tourist train walk up hotel suisse panoramic view well worth the effort small cafe nice park baie des anges nice walk sunny day visiting nice elevator
Fifth trip to Nice, fifth time wandering the parks and this beautiful gem. But be aware there is a notice on the lift that it has been permanently closed by the city. Stairs or bust. It would be half an hour taking it moderately, so...More
Castle Hill can be accessed either via the lifts or stairs or the little train that runs up and down and included a tour of the old town. The views at the top are absolutely stunning looking out over the whole of Nice and the...More
A trip up here has everything - fresh air, exercise, greenery and views over Nice and the whole bay. Be aware that going up there (either in the free lift reached via underground passage) or by the steps, you need to take account of the...More
Sundays (Buses from Nice to Eze) (From Eze to Villefranche) (2 Replies)
Is it true Bus 112 doesn't run from Nice to Eze on Sundays? So the only available one is 82? Where do you catch the bus from Nice? We are staying near Castle Hill. Then how to get to Villefranche and then back to Nice? Thanks for all the help!!
March 19, 2017|
true, no bus 112 on sunday. 2 possibilities : - bus 82 from nice to eze village by middle cornice - bus 100 from nice - villefranche - eze sur mer (sea side) + bus 83 (from eze seaside to eze village) bus 82 or 83, not often, every one hour may be bus 100, every 20min may be so if you wish to visit eze and villefranche, use bus 100 + 83 in one way minimum and may be 82 for the other way (direct and faster)
2 day itinerary (10 Replies)
Hi -- my husband, me and my 9 year old will be in Budapest for 3 1/2 days. The vast bulk of 1 of the days will be a market tour and cooking class. Can you please help me split the following sights up into two days, based both on relative location and time we would likely want to spend at each? Thank you! Parliament Fisherman’s Bastion St. Stephen’s Basilica Shoes on the Danube Bank Castle Hill Great Synagogue/Holocaust Memorial Center Chain Bridge
July 06, 2017|
Forgot to add, House of Terror too. Thanks!
Itinerary in March, any suggestions (8 Replies)
My boyfriend and I, along with his 26-year-old daughter and my 18-year-old daughter will be traveling to Budapest for 8 days at the end of March. 2 of those days we will be in Vienna. Our group is interested in seeing the major sites, hanging with the locals, culture, food, history and unique experiences. We would like to enjoy the trip without rushing and have some down time if needed (at least for my boyfriend and I). We will be renting an apartment for 8 nights in the Jewish Quarter, 2...More