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Transfer from Nice airport to Cannes

Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Volkswagen Golf 
. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 75 € book


Volkswagen Golf
Skoda Oktavia
4 pax
Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Volkswagen Tiguan 
. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 85 € book

Economy plus

Volkswagen Tiguan
Hyundai SantaFe
4 pax

Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Volkswagen Passat
. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 90 € book


Volkswagen Passat
Ford Mondeo
4 pax
Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Volkswagen Multivan
. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 100 € book

Comfort van

Volkswagen Multivan
Opel Vivaro
8 pax

Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Mercedes E-class. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 120 € book


Mercedes E-class
4 pax
Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Mercedes Vito/Viano. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 120 € book

Business van

Mercedes Vito/Viano
7 pax

Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Mercedes S-class
. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 155 € book


Mercedes S-class
4 pax
Transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes by Mercedes V-class. Get by taxi with english-speaking driver. 125 € book

Premium van

Mercedes V-class
7 pax


1. Nice airport to Cannes by car (route and travel time)



To travel from Nice Airport to Cannes, you can use the following itinerary: Depart from Nice Airport and follow the indications for the A8 motorway heading towards Cannes. Merge onto the A8 motorway and proceed in a westerly direction. Stay on the A8 for about 27 kilometers (approximately 17 miles) until you reach the exit for Cannes. This particular exit is labeled "Sortie 42: Cannes Centre / Mougins." Take this exit and adhere to the signs directing you towards Cannes Centre. Stay on the route until you arrive at Cannes. The journey typically spans between 30 to 40 minutes, subject to traffic conditions.

It's essential to acknowledge that traffic congestion may occur, particularly during peak travel periods. Hence, it's recommended to consult real-time traffic updates before embarking on your journey. Additionally, take into consideration any specific traffic regulations, parking possibilities, and potential toll charges along the route, as these factors may vary.



2. Transfer from Nice airport to Cannes


Cannes, situated on the Cote d'Azur near Nice, is a splendid city renowned primarily for its annual film festival, drawing stars from the global movie and showbiz arena. Undoubtedly, the swiftest and most convenient means of reaching Cannes is via a private transfer from Nice Airport. Upon booking, you customize the car according to your preferences, accommodating passenger count and luggage size. The cost provided will remain fixed, unaffected by factors such as your destination hotel, luggage quantity, or flight delays.


Transfer from airport Nice to Cannes. Book a car with english-speaking driver.


The driver will reach out to you the day prior to your journey, or alternatively, we will share their WhatsApp contact. Upon arrival, the driver will await you at the airport's arrivals exit, holding a sign bearing your name. Our vehicles are equipped with Wi-Fi, complimentary drinking water, and we also offer child seats, all included in the transfer price.


Transfer from Airport Nice to Cannes. Economy and business class cars.


You have the flexibility to choose from various transfer options to Cannes: an economical selection, ideal for budget-conscious travelers; a spacious vehicle suitable for family excursions; a bus catering to group tours; or a premium car tailored for VIP guest reception.



1) Advantages of an individual transfer

If you arrive at Nice airport and then travel to Cannes, you have a choice of several types of transport. The most reliable and convenient is undoubtedly an individual transfer with a personal driver. And there are some reasons to say so.


Transfer or taxi: A taxi is much more expensive than a transfer. In addition, the price of a taxi may become higher depending on the number of passengers and suitcases, the presence of oversized luggage, time of day, provision of a child seat, waiting in traffic jams, and so on. The transfer price is fixed and you know it in advance when you make a reservation. Thus, the price of an economy class passenger car starts from 75 €, while the price of a taxi starts from 100€ and more.

Bus or transfer: There is a direct bus service from Nice Airport to Cannes. This is a fairly cheap form of transport. During the day, from 8:00 to 22:00, bus No. 81 runs approximately 2 times per hour and departs directly from the airport. The price of the trip is about 3 €. But even in this case the transfer has advantages. You will have to wait for the bus and it will not take you directly to the hotel, but only to the center of Cannes. From there you will either have to walk or call a taxi. If you have a large number of passengers, small children, a lot of luggage, or you arrive late at night or early in the morning, then this kind of transport is not suitable for you.

Train or transfer: Regional trains with 2nd class carriages depart from Saint-Augustin station every half hour from 7:30 until midnight. Ticket price is about 8 €. You need to walk a bit to get to the station, as it is located outside the airport. High-speed trains depart from Nice Ville station (Nice city center) every half hour from 05:45 to 23:45. The cost of the trip is from 25 euros, depending on the class you choose - economy or 1st class service. Nice Ville station from Nice Airport can be reached either by the regional train heading towards Villafranca or by tram line L2, getting off at the Alsace-Lorraine stop. The disadvantages of this type of transport compared to an individual transfer are the same as those of a bus: you need to adapt to the schedule, it won’t take you to your final destination, and you’ll have to carry your luggage several times.

Helicopter or transfer: A rather extravagant and fast form of transport is a helicopter. They fly from Nice to Cannes every day by reservation. The trip will cost 1050 € per person. In addition to the price, there are the following disadvantages: flight cancellation due to weather conditions, small amount of luggage that can be taken on board, you will have to get from the helipad in Cannes to the hotel on your own. This type of transport is not used often; the most popular routes are by helicopter to Monaco or Saint-Tropez.



2) Meeting at Nice airport.

After landing at Nice Airport and collecting your luggage, proceed to the arrivals exit. Our driver will be waiting for you there with your name on a sign.

It may happen that due to the large concentration of passengers in the arrivals area, it will be difficult for you to find a driver. In this case, you just need to connect to the free wi-fi network that is available at the airport and write to the driver on WhatsApp. In any case, it is better to do this upon arrival, so that he knows that everything is according to plan. You tell us the flight number in advance, even when booking a transfer. This is necessary so that the driver has the opportunity to track its possible delay and arrive on time.

The transfer price already includes 1 hour of waiting after the plane lands. For additional time, as well as for stops during a trip to shops and restaurants, there will be an additional payment from 50€ to 90 € per hour, depending on the class of car. If you know that you may be delayed at the airport or are going to make stops along the way, warn the driver in advance to avoid additional costs and misunderstandings. If your plane is delayed by more than 1.5 hours, there is a possibility that you will be provided with another car (even of a different class), because the car you booked before may be send to another transfer.



3) How long does the transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes take?

The trip from Nice Airport to Cannes takes 30 minutes under normal road conditions. But this time may vary depending on the time of day, day of the week or emergency situations that occur on the roads. Thus, on weekdays in the morning (approximately from 08:00 to 09:30) and in the evening (from 17:00 to 18:30) traffic may be increased due to the fact that local residents are leaving for work or coming back. You will have to spend at least 50 minutes on the road.

In August, traffic jams can be observed every day, as this is the month of the highest influx of tourists in all of Europe and on the Cote d'Azur in particular. Instead of 30 minutes, the trip will take at least 1 hour. As you know, the “International Cannes Film Festival”, which is held annually in Cannes, brings together many participants and guests from all over the world. In 2024, the festival falls on May 14-25.

No less famous annual International Festival of Creativity “Cannes Lions” will take place from 17 to 21 June 2024. The annual Yachting Festival will take place in Cannes from 10 to 15 September 2024. When planning your holiday in Cannes, please pay attention to these dates, as movement around the city is partially limited, there are a lot of cars and they move very, very slowly. Travel time to Nice airport may increase to 1.5 hours.



4) Baggage information for transfer.

Information about what kind of luggage you take on a trip is very important, since the class and size of the car, and therefore the price, will depend on the size and quantity of luggage. If you provide incorrect information when booking, there is a risk that your luggage will not fit and you will have to order an additional taxi or carry your luggage by hand. This will obviously cost much more than if a vehicle of the appropriate size, such as a van, SUV or passenger car with a large SW trunk, was initially selected.

Suitcase sizes: Almost all suitcases can be divided into 4 groups by size. Please indicate their size when booking your transfer: S: height 48-53 cm; width 32-36 cm; thickness 20-24 cm M: height 58-63 cm; width 37-41 cm; thickness 23-27 cm L: height 65-70 cm; width 42-47 cm; thickness 26-30 cm XL: height 72-80 cm; width 48-54 cm; thickness 29-33 cm

Other types of luggage: In addition to ordinary suitcases, tourists often take with them hand luggage, bags, backpacks, strollers, sports equipment, and so on. You must inform us about this luggage when booking, as otherwise there is a risk that part of your luggage will have to be carried on your lap or in the aisle, which is, among other things, prohibited by the rules of passenger transportation.



5) Selecting a car for transfer Nice to Cannes.

The main parameters for choosing a car are its price and comfort. Both parameters depend on your personal preferences, as well as, of course, the number of passengers, size and amount of luggage. Based on capacity and class, cars can be divided into the following categories.

Car capacity: A car. Body type can be sedan or SUV. These are, for example, Kia Rio, VW Golf, Mitsubishi Outlander, BMW X3, Mercedes E and S class. This type of car can comfortably accommodate up to 3 passengers, up to 3 M or L size suitcases, and some hand luggage. Van or minibus. This could be Renault Trafic, Ford Tourneo, Hyundai H1, Mercedes V class or similar. This type of car comfortably accommodates: groups of up to 7-8 people; suitcases in quantities of up to 6-10 pieces, depending on their size and the size of the trunk of the vehicle. Bus. For example, such as Mercedes Sprinter. It is designed to transport groups of up to 20 people, its trunk can accommodate up to 16-18 suitcases of various sizes, hand luggage and sports equipment. Or large buses designed to carry 40-50 passengers (it is better to take these for long-distance transfers, since a large bus cannot travel along all the streets of small cities, so sometimes it is easier to travel on several minibuses). We emphasize that for each transfer the car is selected individually.

Car class: The class of the car depends on the individual wishes of tourists and is selected for each individual transfer, taking into account the requirements of passengers. Economy class. This is the class with the lowest price and optimal level of comfort. The salon is usually simple and quite small. Examples include Volkswagen Golf or Ford Focus cars. Vans Fiat Scudо or Hyundai H1. Comfort class. This class is more expensive than economy class due to more pleasant and expensive materials in the decoration and a more comfortable interior in general. Examples of comfort class passenger cars: Volkswagen Passat or Toyota Camry. Example of comfort class minibuses: Renault Trafic and Volkswagen Multivan. Business Class. The comfort class is more expensive and the level of comfort in it is even higher. The interior capacity is larger, and it is made of quite expensive materials. An example of a passenger comfort class is the Mercedes E-Class, and an example of a comfort class minibus is the Mercedes Vito. Premium class. The most comfortable, spacious and expensive interior for the most demanding passengers with comfortable seats and various functions that will make the trip very pleasant. The representative of the premium class passenger car is the Mercedes S-Class, and the premium minibus is the Mercedes V-Class.


3. About Cannes


Cannes is a city located on the French Riviera, in the Alpes-Maritimes department of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region in southeastern France. Known for its glamorous reputation, Cannes is internationally renowned for its annual Cannes Film Festival, which attracts celebrities, filmmakers, and industry professionals from around the world.


Video about Cannes:


Here are some key facts about Cannes:

  1. Location: Cannes is situated on the Mediterranean coast, approximately 24 kilometers (15 miles) southwest of Nice and 55 kilometers (34 miles) northeast of Saint-Tropez.

  2. Climate: Cannes enjoys a Mediterranean climate, characterized by mild winters and hot, dry summers. The city experiences abundant sunshine throughout the year, with temperatures ranging from an average of 12°C (54°F) in winter to 27°C (81°F) in summer.

  3. Cannes Film Festival: The Cannes Film Festival is one of the world's most prestigious film festivals and takes place annually in May. It attracts international filmmakers, actors, and celebrities, who gather to showcase and celebrate cinema.

  4. Promenade de la Croisette: The Promenade de la Croisette is a famous waterfront promenade that stretches along the bay of Cannes. Lined with luxury hotels, exclusive boutiques, and palm trees, it offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

  5. Palais des Festivals et des Congrès: The Palais des Festivals et des Congrès is a convention center in Cannes and serves as the main venue for the Cannes Film Festival. It also hosts various other events, conferences, and exhibitions throughout the year.

  6. Beaches: Cannes boasts beautiful sandy beaches that are popular among tourists and locals. Some of the well-known beaches include Plage de la Croisette, Plage du Martinez, and Plage de la Bocca.

  7. Old Town (Le Suquet): Le Suquet is the historic district of Cannes, situated on a hill overlooking the city. It features narrow streets, charming houses, and a medieval castle called the Musée de la Castre, which houses a museum showcasing art and artifacts from the region.

  8. Shopping: Cannes is renowned for its luxury shopping experiences. Rue d'Antibes is a bustling street filled with high-end fashion boutiques, while the famous designer brands can be found on the nearby Croisette.

  9. Islands: Just off the coast of Cannes are the Lérins Islands, consisting of Île Sainte-Marguerite and Île Saint-Honorat. These islands are accessible by boat and offer picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and opportunities for hiking and relaxation.

  10. Cultural Events: In addition to the Cannes Film Festival, the city hosts various cultural events and festivals throughout the year, including the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the Cannes Yachting Festival, and the International Fireworks Festival.


Cannes, Cote d'Azur


Cannes combines a rich cultural heritage with a vibrant atmosphere, making it a popular destination for tourists, film enthusiasts, and those seeking a taste of the glamorous French Riviera lifestyle.


3.1. How to get from Nice airport to Cannes


By bus:

How to get from Nice airport to Cannes by bus


To get from Nice Airport to Cannes by bus, you can follow these steps:

  1. Exit the arrivals area at Nice Airport and head towards the bus station. The bus station is located on the western side of Terminal 1, just a short walk from the terminal building.

  2. Look for the bus labeled "Express 210 - Cannes." This is the direct bus service that operates between Nice Airport and Cannes.

  3. Purchase your ticket either from the ticket counter at the bus station or from the automated ticket machines. Make sure to check the bus schedule and departure times beforehand, as buses may not run 24/7.

  4. Board the Express 210 bus heading to Cannes. The bus will be clearly marked with its destination. Be sure to validate your ticket using the machines inside the bus.

  5. Relax and enjoy the scenic ride along the French Riviera. The journey from Nice Airport to Cannes takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on traffic conditions.

  6. Once you reach Cannes, the bus will make several stops throughout the city. If you're unsure about your stop, you can ask the driver to let you know when you've arrived at your destination.

It's worth noting that bus schedules and routes may be subject to change, so it's a good idea to double-check the information before your trip. Additionally, consider any specific guidelines or measures in place regarding public transportation due to the current circumstances or regulations.



By train:

How to get from Nice airport to Cannes by train


To travel from Nice Airport to Cannes by train, you can follow these steps:

  1. From Nice Airport, take the free shuttle bus (Navette) that connects the airport terminals to Nice St-Augustin train station. The shuttle bus operates every 10 minutes and the journey takes around 5 minutes.

  2. At Nice St-Augustin train station, purchase a train ticket to Cannes. You can buy tickets from the ticket counter or the automated machines. It is advisable to check the train schedule beforehand to ensure the availability of trains and to plan your departure time accordingly.

  3. Board a train heading towards Cannes. Trains from Nice to Cannes are frequent, and the journey usually takes approximately 30-40 minutes, depending on the type of train.

  4. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic train ride along the French Riviera. The train journey offers beautiful views of the coastline and the Mediterranean Sea.

  5. Once you arrive at Cannes train station, you can easily access the city center and various attractions either on foot or by taking a short taxi or bus ride.

It is recommended to check the train schedules and any updates or changes to the train service before your journey to ensure a smooth and efficient trip from Nice Airport to Cannes.



By helicopter:

How to get from Nice airport to Cannes by helicopter


To travel from Nice Airport to Cannes by helicopter:

  1. Charter a Helicopter: The most convenient way to travel by helicopter is to charter a private helicopter service. There are several helicopter charter companies operating in the French Riviera region, including Nice and Cannes. It's advisable to do some research and choose a reputable and reliable helicopter charter company.

  2. Contact the Helicopter Charter Company: Reach out to the chosen helicopter charter company either through their website, phone, or email to inquire about availability, pricing, and any specific requirements you may have.

  3. Provide Flight Details: Provide the helicopter charter company with your travel details, including the date, time, and number of passengers. They will also require information about your departure location (Nice Airport) and your desired arrival location (Cannes).

  4. Arrange Ground Transportation: In coordination with the helicopter charter company, arrange for ground transportation from Nice Airport to the designated helicopter departure point. The company may offer transfer services or provide guidance on how to reach the departure location.

  5. Helicopter Flight: On the scheduled day and time, arrive at the designated helicopter departure point. After necessary safety briefings and preparations, board the helicopter and enjoy a scenic flight from Nice Airport to Cannes. The flight duration is typically around 7-10 minutes, offering stunning aerial views of the French Riviera.

  6. Arrival in Cannes: Upon arrival in Cannes, the helicopter will land at a designated helipad. From there, you can arrange for ground transportation or reach your final destination in Cannes, whether it be a hotel, event venue, or any other desired location.

Please note that traveling by helicopter is a premium and exclusive option, and it can be quite expensive compared to other modes of transportation. The availability of helicopter services may also depend on weather conditions and other factors. It's essential to contact helicopter charter companies directly for accurate information on pricing, availability, and any specific requirements.


The cost of a helicopter charter from Nice Airport to Cannes can vary depending on several factors, including the helicopter company, the type of helicopter, the duration of the flight, and any additional services or requirements.

The approximate cost for a private helicopter transfer from Nice Airport to Cannes ranged from €600 to €1,200 or more, depending on the aforementioned factors. However, it's important to note that these prices are subject to change and can vary significantly.

To get an accurate and up-to-date cost for a helicopter transfer, it is recommended to directly contact helicopter charter companies that operate in the French Riviera region. They will provide you with specific pricing details based on your requirements and travel dates. They may also offer different packages or services, so it's advisable to inquire about any additional charges or options.



By rental car:

How to get from Nice airport to Cannes by rental car


To travel from Nice Airport to Cannes by rental:

  1. Rent a Car: Upon arrival at Nice Airport, proceed to the car rental counters located in the terminal buildings. Various car rental companies have desks at the airport, and you can choose one based on your preference and budget. It is recommended to book a car in advance to ensure availability and secure a competitive rate.

  2. Complete the Rental Process: Present your identification, driver's license, and credit card at the rental counter. Provide any necessary information and sign the rental agreement. Make sure to thoroughly review the terms and conditions, including the insurance coverage and fuel policy.

  3. Pick Up the Car: Once the rental process is completed, the rental company will direct you to the parking area where the rental cars are located. Take note of the car's condition and any pre-existing damage before driving off.

  4. Drive to Cannes: Exit Nice Airport and follow the signs towards Cannes. The most common route is to take the A8 highway (also known as La Provençale) in the direction of Cannes. The distance between Nice Airport and Cannes is approximately 27 kilometers (17 miles), and the journey typically takes around 30-40 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.

  5. Parking in Cannes: Upon arrival in Cannes, you can find various parking options, including public parking lots and street parking. Some areas may have parking restrictions or require payment, so be sure to check the signs and follow the guidelines. Additionally, some hotels in Cannes may provide parking facilities for their guests.

  6. Return the Car: When your time in Cannes is over, return the rental car to the designated drop-off location provided by the rental company. Ensure that you return the car with a full tank of fuel and in the same condition as when you picked it up. The rental company will inspect the vehicle and complete the return process.

It's advisable to familiarize yourself with the local traffic rules, parking regulations, and any toll roads along the way. Additionally, consider using GPS or a navigation app to assist you with the route and traffic updates during your journey.


3.2. History of Cannes


The history of Cannes dates back thousands of years. Here is a brief overview of the history of Cannes, France:


History of Cannes


Ancient Times: The area around Cannes has been inhabited since ancient times. It was originally settled by Ligurian tribes and later came under the control of the Roman Empire. The Romans established a small fishing village known as Aegitna on the site of present-day Cannes.

Middle Ages: During the Middle Ages, Cannes was part of the Kingdom of Provence. It experienced periods of prosperity and turmoil as it changed hands between various feudal lords and noble families. The town's strategic coastal location made it vulnerable to attacks from pirates and neighboring powers.

Renaissance and Enlightenment: In the 16th century, Cannes became a haven for the Lérins monks, who established the Monastery of St. Honorat on the nearby Lérins Islands. The monastery played a significant role in the region's religious and cultural development. In the 18th century, Cannes started to attract attention from aristocrats and intellectuals seeking a mild climate and natural beauty.

Development as a Resort: The modern development of Cannes as a resort town began in the 19th century. The opening of the railway line in 1863 connected Cannes to the rest of France, facilitating tourism and attracting wealthy visitors. The town's reputation as a fashionable destination grew, and luxurious villas and hotels were constructed along the coast.

Film Festival and Glamour: The Cannes Film Festival, established in 1946, played a pivotal role in shaping the city's global reputation. The festival attracted filmmakers, actors, and celebrities from around the world, transforming Cannes into an international hub for the film industry and a symbol of glamour.


Today, Cannes is renowned for its film festival, luxury hotels, beautiful beaches, and vibrant cultural scene. It continues to attract tourists, business travelers, and celebrities from all over the world, contributing to its status as a premier destination on the French Riviera.


4. How does the transfer from airport Nice to Cannes work?


You order a transfer Airport Nice to Nice on our website You order a transfer on our website
We send you a confirmation and contact details We send you a confirmation and contact details
Our driver meets you at the airport arrival with a sign displaying your name Our driver meets you at the airport arrival with a sign 
The driver takes you to your hotel or apartment in Nice The driver takes you to your hotel or apartment in Cannes
You make the balance payment to the driver

You make the balance payment to the driver


5. How to book a transfer to Cannes


Write to info@bycar.su Write to info@bycar.su
Fill out the order form on the transfer page Fill out the order form on the transfer page
Send a message to WhatsApp or Viber Send a message to WhatsApp or Viber

6. Payment for the transfer to Cannes


How to pay for the transfer to NiceHow to pay for the transfer:


  • You can pay the whole amount in advance on our website
  • You can pay to the driver
  • You can pay by PayPal, a bank card or cash



The transfer price includesThe transfer price includes:


  • Waiting for up to 1 hour at the airport or up to 30 minutes at the hotel
  • Road toll
  • Wi-Fi in the car
  • Drinking water in the car

7. Book a taxi from Nice airport to Cannes


If you haven't arranged a transfer and prefer to avoid public transportation, taxis are readily available from Nice Airport to Cannes. Spotting a taxi is simple - you'll find numerous vehicles waiting at the airport exit.


Book a taxi from Nice airport to Cannes. English-speaking drivers to Cannes


Taxi price in Cannes: According to the Nice Airport website, a taxi ride to Cannes is priced at 85 euros. However, this figure doesn't encompass additional charges. Passengers are required to cover motorway tolls, child seat fees, and charges for each suitcase. Additionally, if there are more than four passengers, or if there's waiting time or traffic, extra fees of € 27.30/h apply. Consequently, the total cost of a taxi journey from Nice Airport to Cannes typically ranges between 100 to 120 euros..

It's also worth noting that not all taxi drivers are fluent in English, which may pose communication challenges. Business-class and premium-class taxis are relatively scarce, potentially impacting comfort levels during the ride.


8. Advantages of our transfer service


Experienced English-speaking drivers Experienced English-speaking drivers
Meeting you with a sign displaying your name Meeting you with a sign displaying your name
Fixed price Fixed price
No extra charge if your flight is delayed No extra charge if your flight is delayed
Road toll included Road toll included
Free child seats Free child seats
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi
9 years of experience 9 years of experience
We work in 8 countries in Europe We work in 8 countries in Europe

9. The nearest airports to Cannes


Cannes is surrounded by several airports, giving you some flexibility and choice.


The nearest airports to Cannes (Nice airport)


Distance from airports to Cannes:

From Nice Airport (NCE) - 27 km

From Marseille Airport (MRS) - 174 km

From Malpensa Airport Milano (MXP) - 394 km


10. FAQ about transfer to Cannes


How to get from Nice airport to Cannes?

By car. You can rent a car at the airport rental office or call a taxi. The trip will take about 30 minutes if traffic conditions are favorable. By train. Walk to Saint-Augustin station. From there, 2nd class regional trains depart towards Cannes approximately every half hour. High-speed trains with economy class and first class seats depart to Cannes only from Nice Central Station, also with a frequency of 1 time per half hour. The trip takes 30 minutes. Nice Central Station can be reached either by regional train or tram. By bus. The bus stop is located right outside Nice Airport. Buses leave every hour. Travel time under normal road conditions is 30 minutes. By helicopter. You can book a private helicopter that will take you from Nice Airport to the helipad in the port of Cannes in a matter of minutes.



How far is Cannes from Nice airport?

 The distance from Nice Airport to the center of Cannes via the A8 toll motorway is 28 km. There is an alternative route along the coast along the D6007 highway. Its length is 27 km.


11. Reviews of our clients




My family and I visited the Cote d'Azur for the first time and were very worried about how we would get to the hotel in Cannes and back to the airport. Moreover, the arrival was at night, and the departure was early in the morning. The transfer is just a godsend! Thank you very much for the wonderful and convenient service.





This is not the first time that my friends and I are on vacation in Cannes and use the transfer service from the airport and back, because it is very convenient and fast. The prices are also very reasonable. I confidently advise you to use this service, you will not regret it.





You have simply excellent drivers, it is rare to meet such professionals! They met us, helped with our luggage, took us to the place quickly and comfortably. I will definitely recommend your company to my friends!



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