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Genoa, IT to Marseille, FR

I cannot seem to get from Genoa to France without taking a 30 hour train ride through Milan. i even tried to go through Ventimiglia and then onto Nice. Any suggestions? I am trying to get to Marseille, AIX or Avignon.
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  • I figured it out. For some reason the search result says it can't find a schedule. But there are two blank columns and if I scroll down I get results. Not sure why the display is like that. I am also at a disadvantage as I am traveling after the schedule changes on June 15.
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) April 16, 2014 16:16
    Hi Leslie,

    For the requested connection, you would break up your search in the cities you mentioned. A connection from Genoa to that part of France would always include changing trains in Ventimiglia and Nice en route.

    Also, to view the most possible options for a search from Nice to Aix en Provence, you would want to type 'Aix en Provence TGV' in the field for your arrival city instead of just 'Aix en Provence'.

    Therefore, under 'Find Fares & Schedules' on our homepage, you would do one search for trains from Genoa to Ventimiglia, another search for connecting trains from Ventimiglia to Nice, and then another search for connecting trains from Nice to either Marseille, Aix en Provence TGV, or Avignon.

    Yes, you may have to scroll down slightly to view the schedules on your screen.

    A connection from Genoa to Marseille would only take about 6.5 to 7.5 hours in duration and connections from Genoa to Aix en Provence or Avignon would take about 7.5 hours in duration.
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