Principality of Monaco

Cannes, Menton and Ventimiglia (Italy). Most international trains will stop, such as the 'Ligure' which links Marseilles and Milan, the 'train bleu' which operates between Paris and Ventimiglia, and the famous high- speed TGV which runs between Nice and Paris [4] . A TGV train between Paris and Monte Carlo takes around 6 and half hours. Be aware that there's no left-luggage in the train station or in the rest of Monaco. There's a law in Monaco forbidding leaving bags etc. in any place. If you are planning to visit Monte Carlo from Ventimiglia don't wait for a ticket in the Trenitalia counters or auto- machines. Go straight to the travel agency (the only one) inside the station, which is marked with the sign of SNCF (French

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