Sophia Antipolis campus - Getting There
- From the airport
You can take bus number 230 from the airport to reach the Sophia Antipolis campus. If you arrive at terminal 2 (T2), you can take a free-of-charge bus to go to terminal 1 (T1). Then, walk to the nearby bus stop Aéroport/Promenade and take bus no. 230 (direction ‘Sophia Gare Routière’). The name of the bus stop near the school is SKEMA.
If you need to travel to Antibes or Juan-les-Pins, there are two busses available – 200 and 250. If you arrive at terminal 2, you’ll have to go to terminal 1 and walk to the nearby bus stop – Aéroport / Promenade. Take either bus number 250 or 200 (destination Cannes). Both the buses pass through Antibes and Juan-les-Pins.
You can book an Uber to travel in this region. To book a regular taxi, visit the official website of Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau.
- From the train station
High-speed and express trains (TGV, SNCF, etc.) can be used to travel along the coast of the French Riviera and to the rest of Europe. There are direct trains from Paris to Antibes that take around 5 hours 30 minutes. To reach the Sophia Antipolis campus, get down at Antibes and take bus no. 1, 100 or 9. For details, visit the website of SNCF or Trainline.
- By bus
- By car
France’s motorway system links the French Riviera to Europe. Here is how far the major cities are from Nice: Paris - 950kms (around 8 hours), Milan - 320kms, Geneva - 630kms, Barcelona - 670kms, Rome - 710kms, Munich - 810kms, Brussels - 1,220kms and Amsterdam - 1,400kms.
- Driving to the campus
If you are coming from Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, take the road D35 towards Sophia Antipolis. Follow the signs ‘Sophia Antipolis’ and ‘Accès 3, Les Lucioles’.
If you are coming from Nice or Cannes, you should take the motorway ‘A8’ and exit at number 44 (Antibes - Sophia Antipolis). Follow the signs indicating Sophia Antipolis and ‘Accès 3, Les Lucioles’.