Travellers who land at Nice Airport in France are just 20 minutes from the centre of the City. If not using car hire, any traveler can hop on one of the Airport’s buses and ride into Nice’s bustling center. A bus ticket costs just four Euros.
Once a traveler has landed at this spot within France’s borders, he or she generally looks for a way to get around. At that point, it helps to be familiar with how car rental works. It allows any customer to select from a range of vehicles such as automatics, people carriers, budget cars etc. In the wintertime, a smart traveler agrees to pay for either snow tires or chains. France expects drivers to carry one of those two items in the car’s trunk during the winter months.
Those who pass through the hallways of any of the airports in France can take advantage of a special service, one created by something called PABLO. PABLO stands for Programme for Processing Tax Refund Slips by Optical Scanning. It was created in order to make it easier for travelers to redeem the slips that guarantee receipt of a tax refund. Thanks to PABLO, travelers can now step up to one of France’s self service kiosks and redeem one or more slips. Nice is one city in which such kiosks can be found.Google + Profile Find us on Google+