La Bastide de Saint Tropez

Route des Carles, BP 54, St-Tropez, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 83990, France
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Nice to Rapallo

by orchid1949

If I take a train from Nice to rapallo, there is no direct train and I must go to Vingtimille and then Genoa....On raileurope site it showed NA, which means not available and I do not understand.

Any possibility to go by bus from Nice to Genoa, how many buses a day from la gare routiere ? After Genoa, I may take a train or bus to Rapallo.

Thanks for any reply. I am leaving this Friday.

Re: Nice to Rapallo

by puerto_lover

You need to take a train from Nice Ville to Genoa (Genova) then onwards with another train I believe.

Why don't you look at

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

for getting ideas of best train times. Or French Railways for also seeing prices etc

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires

Put

RAPALLO (IT)

as your destination. Arrivée

or if that doesn't work, put in Genoa main station arrival :
GENOVA PIAZZA PRINCIPE (IT)

where you change for the Rapallo train.

Re: Nice to Rapallo

by leics

To find train times and details for the return journey, in English, use the Italian railway site;

http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/homepage_en.html

The journey from Rapallo to Nice takes 3.5 to nearly 5 hours. You may find that changing at Ventimiglia is more useful than changing at Genova.

Through fares are not available on this site because the journey is international, but you will find fares for Rapallo>Ventimiglia and Genova>Rapallo, which will give you an idea of cost.

Raileurope is not a train operator: it is a ticketing agency. It does not list or provide tickets for all routes and destinations, which is why you could not find a Nice>Rapallo connection.

Re: Nice to Rapallo

by leics

You can also travel by bus to Genoa ('Genes' in French) and, I think, to Ventimiglia (for the train to Rapallo). Times and fares in English (mostly) here:

http://www.eurolines.fr/?lang=ENG

Re: Nice to Rapallo

by cubsur

RailEurope does not sell tickets for many minor routes and stations. Also, their tickets are often more expensive than those bought on the various national railway websites as mentioned above.

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Buying stamps

by Elainehead

In France, you can buy stamps at post offices and Tabacs (a shop displaying the red diamond shaped "tabac" sign).

The main post office in Nice is located on Avenue Thiers (just across main train station).

One individual stamp costs 0,55 €

The cost of sending a letter depends on its weight and destination.

If you want to buy stamps (less than 10), you will have to queue (beforehand grab a ticket and wait for your number to be displayed). Otherwise, you can buy a 10-stamp book (carnet de timbre) or frank your letter at the postage vending machines, which are located on the right. Only coins accepted as far as I know. If you read a sign which says "Hors Service", it means the machine is out of service.

French "Pharmacie" and culture of "beauty"

by NiceLife

Look around. You are in France. Slim, attractive people whatever their age. Want to look ten years younger? Like to lose a dress size? It is all possible, within only a month, if you buy the right hugely expensive product.

Beauty through expensive bogus scientific potions is a uniquely French industry, and the French "Pharmacie" found in every high street is the "beauty drug dealer". It is is not like an English "Chemists" (controlled prescription medicines) or an American drug store. ("Excuse me miss, this is a drug store isn't it ? In which aisle will I find the crack cocaine?") Peer through the window and be baffled by rows of white boxed products from "Roc" which cost $100.

The French eat voraciously every lunch-hour and they are not all the size of a house. Logically, this stuff must work. "Lose a size" spray,"Lose ten years" cream. (Call 911! I've just lost ten years!) Many advertised by "The faces of L'Oreal" - American actresses like Aimi McDowell and Jane Fonda, both of whom amazingly speak fluent French whilst fighting off the years, thanks to the right "age-reversing" creme. On TV at least.

There has to be something in all this, or we are victims of the snake oil salesmen. "What is your heart's desire? That's lucky! I've got just the thing to do that. It's expensive, but you wouldn't expect your hearts desire to be cheap would you?"

If you like knock offs, check...

by Gina54

If you like knock offs, check out the African men selling their goods on the boardwalk. I find they speak Italian, so try it if you know it. You can bargain them down, so NEVER pay the first price they give you. For instance, on a smashing fake Gucci purse, the first price he gave me was 65 Euros. I laughed and pretended to walk away. Well, the negotiations began, and I walked away with it for 25 Euros. What a deal. There are also many talented artists that sell beautiful rendering of Cannes. I always purchase one thing from the artists during my travels. I like to support the arts, plus items like that can be around forever if you frame the correctly.

SHOP SHOP SHOP

by graciep77

There are tons of little shoe shops all over nice that sell amazing shoes for 10-20 euro. You can probably find them in the U.S. for about $70, but also, don't you want a pair of shoes from NICE? Shoes and little sundresses. as much as you want.

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Address: Route des Carles, BP 54, St-Tropez, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 83990, France