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I have just returned from Nice/Monte. Great trip and good advice given here. As of Nov 31 2013 the bus costs €1.50 each way and starts just off Garibaldi Square, pay cash. Also, the Nice day pass has changed. It is a 24 hour pass that costs €5 and can be used on all trams and buses in Nice except buses 98 and 99. What does this mean? The only bus that ...
If you are prepared to pay €15/day, you might just as well stay at a proper campsite (with toilets, water, etc.) I don't think booking car parks in advance is generally possible (never noticed it in the resorts I went to but I usually stay away from the biggest, most popular resorts) but it might be a good idea for campsites. Some potentially useful ...
A nice chart that speaks for itself (based on temperatures and rainfall): Source: thesunnylife.net
Germany would seem a bit cheaper as, unlike France, there is no toll (for cars) on the main motorway network. As pointed out by @user3470, you could use ViaMichelin to figure out how much a specific route would cost you. Any reasonable route also seems to go through Switzerland and you would have to pay for the motorway there as well but this would not ...
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