By Bus

TRF is the bus network in Menton and is limited to a 9-route bus line.The most frequent lines run every 30 minutes, while several only make around 4 round trips a day. Most buses leave from the central station (Gare Routiere) on Avenue de Sospel. Tickets are about €1 for a single trip or around €10 for a 10 trip ticket. The 10 trip ticket can be purchased at the Tourist Information Bereau, at the Gare Routiere or on buses. With these buses, you can get up to the perched villages of Ste Agnes, Sospeland Gorbio, or get around town to sites like the Bastion and Musee d`Antiquitees.

By Walking

Menton is a great town to explore on foot, just be prepared to walk up some steep streets. Menton is known for having steep cobbled medieval steps and alleyways that are dark, narrow and winding.

By Bicycle

Because of the steep hills and narrow streets, you will not see many visitors exploring the town on bike. For more leisurely biking, head along the seafront from Italy to Monaco on a rented mountain bike or electric bike.

By Taxi

Taxi`s can be hailed or by calling in advance. The station infront of the SNCF train station (Tel. 04 91 10 47 02) or the town hall taxi service (Tel. 04 92 10 47 00).

By Car

It is not recommended to drive in Menton, between parking and navigating you’ll find more ease in walking or using the bus. If you do have a car there are a few options available for parking. Street parking is available in town but you run the risk of getting a parking ticket. Always remember to read all posted signs when parking on the street. The largest parking operator in the area is Q-Park, and they often offer cheap parking or discounted parking options. For the cheapest and/or closest parking, we recommend trying the following parking options: Sain-Roch, 10 Avenue Felix Faure; Gare de Menton, Avenue de la Gare; Hotel de Ville, 23 Rue de LaRepublique, these are also the most popular overnight parking spots in the city. The average hourly parking price in town is about €5.