SNCF has taken over from Thello (Trenitalia), but remains cautious.
The journey between Nice and Milan has become more complicated since Thello stopped service between Marseille, Nice and Milan in July 2021. SNCF plans to return service from SNCF to Milan in 2023. The train connects only Milan and Nice.
It no longer has three round trips a day like the previous Thello, but only twice a weekend. Trains depart Nice on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 8am and 6pm, with a total travel time of 4.5 hours. Therefore, arrival is scheduled for 12:35 or 22:35. The last train departs on Monday morning.
On the return trip, trains from Milan depart at 7 am and 3 pm and arrive at 11:35 am and 7:35 pm, respectively. Again, late passengers have to wait until Monday morning for the last train before the next weekend.
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The TGV will stop at Monaco, Ventimiglia, San Remo, Imperia, Diano Marina, Alassio, Albenga, Finale Ligure and Savona, so if you decide to spend a short weekend on the coast of Liguria rather than the fashion center of the world. can do. , Genoa, Pavia, Milan Rogoredo.
The good news is that you don’t have to change trains between Ventimiglia and Genoa.
https://www.monaco-tribune.com/en/2022/05/direct-trains-between-nice-and-milan-back-on-track/ Direct train between Nice and Milan returns to track