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Getting Around Antibes

The best way to get around Antibes is on foot, especially if you plan on sticking close to the city's center. The closest airport to Antibes is the Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport (NCE). It takes about 30 minutes to drive from the airport to Antibes. There are plenty of car rental options and many hotels offer complimentary shuttle service, so make sure to ask. A taxi ride from the airport to Antibes will cost between 60 and 70 euros (about $70 to $80). For a cheaper ride, consider hopping on the Vallauris Express 250 bus from the airport.

If you're arriving via train, it'll be a 15-minute ride from Nice or a 5½-hour ride from Paris.

On Foot Walking is the best way to get around Antibes' narrow, cobblestone streets, many of which are pedestrian-only.
Bus

Envibus, the local bus system with 27 urban routes, is an easy and inexpensive way to get around. Individual tickets are 1 euro (about $1.15); a weekly pass costs 10 euros (less than $11.50).

Taxi Since this resort town is pretty pedestrian-friendly, you likely won't need to rely on taxis to get around. However, your hotel can easily arrange one for you. You'll also find some taxis stationed around the train stations.

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