Buses, Cannes

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    Bus to Grasse

    by lotharscheer Updated May 29, 2014

    Bus 600 and 610 go half hourly to Grasse, takes about 50 minutes, starts at the Gare Routiere on the eastside of the train station.
    Bus 200 via Antibes to Nice, 2 to 4 per hour, 1.5 hours (much longer in heavy trafic), starts west of the trainstation next to Monoprix department store.

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    Take The Bus

    by happyboy48 Written Jul 25, 2006

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    The bus from the airport is a huge impovement over the train. It was more money but it was well worth it.You can take an airport bus directly to Cannes fron the Nice Airport although the price was about a little steep(about 12 euro) .It took us straight to Cannes with minimal stops.
    It's much better than the train which costs about 5 euro and you need to take the bus to the station also the tickets will take you about an hour of standing in line.

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    Travel by bus

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Aug 25, 2014

    The service is more frequent than the train and the bus station (la gare) is richly decorated with paintings representing famous movie actors.

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