Trying to recollect the port, (so please check this once on board)
You are tendered to the quayside & walk through a customs area. Now turn right & follow the road along the beach front. After about 10/15 minutes, you will have a road/steps on your left going up into the hills, the railway station is up the steps. I seem to remember that to get to the ticket office you walk through a tunnel under the rails.
There are only 2 lines, the one nearest the beach heads West to Cannes, then Nice, whilst the one by the ticket office heads East to Monaco/Monte Carlo.
There are only 2 lines, so getting the right platform isn't a worry. but make sure that you leave yourself plenty of time to get back to the ship. The maiknland Europe trains are usually very good, but to be sure, we normally travel out as soon as we can in the morning, in order to give us plenty of time to get back.
If there's anything else we can help with, please feel free to ask or PM us.
Alan & Katrina
Last Cruise: Royal Princess August 2015
Next: P&O Oriana October 2015
Then: Queen Victoria January 2016