driving on the roads from Paris you can come here on the A10 or the N20 the city is easy to get in all the way to the river Loire. See route planner www.viamichelin.com
You have a total of 12 parking garages such as Baron, Hôtel de ville, Châtelet, Chats Ferrés, Gambetta, Gare, Munster, Saint-Paul, Cathédrale, La Source, Charpenterie, and Martroi. There is park relays that allow you to leave your car and come in to the city center in public transport by tramway. You can use them with car, bike. The 4 parking garages are Libération, Zénith-Parc des Expositions, Victor Hugo and Les Aulnais, they are secure and video film from 7h to 20h,from Monday to Saturday.
A nice bus system named TAO that has 2 tramway lines, and 8 lines 7/7 until 22h30 in weekdays and 0h30 on week ends. You bus with 6 lines in city and 7 lines interurban, plus 10 lines to the suburbs. The site is http://www.reseau-tao.fr/
The bus station is at 2, rue Marcel Proust -Tél.:02 38 53 94 75 . And the different companies handling are ULYS ; http://www.ulys-loiret.com/ , and TRANBEAUCE at http://www.transbeauce.fr/ , and DUNOIS, at http://www.dunois.fr/
Bicycle system to ride in the city and suburbs , you only need to go to the 33 stations, cost is 5€ if on the TAO public transport plans or if visitor the cost is 15 € .the site is here https://www.agglo-veloplus.fr/
You have two train stations here Gare d'Orléans Centre-Ville and Gare grandes lignes de Fleury-les-Aubrais (3 km to the north of Orléans, there is connection of the two on tramway Line A to city center.
Gare Orléans Centre Avenue de Paris
Gare Fleury-les-Aubrais Rue Lamartine - 45400 Fleury les Aubrais
Regional train site for more schedules, http://www.ter-sncf.com/Regions/Centre/fr/Default.aspx
you go to "recherche d'itinéraires"
Orléans is located at about one hour from the Paris airport of Orly, and Tours, and two hours from the Paris airport at Roissy CDG. You have shuttle/taxi service between the airports and the city at http://www.ats-eu.fr/
rides to the city and castles of the Loire at http://www.odyssee-valdeloire.com/
Orleans rail station is a modern structure in the centre of town . The train from Paris is from Gare Austerlitz and takes one hour. Example 13-27 arrive Orleans 14-32. From this station i travelled on to Bordeaux, with a change at St Pierre. There is another station in the suburbs.Gare des Aubrais for long distance trains . .The Americans bombed Orleans rail station in 1944 liberating the city in the war,so todays structure must replace the replacment. ! Trains times can be found on the SNCF site or best on Bahn.de
Orléans is served by two main railway station: the central Gare d'Orléans and the Gare des Aubrais-Orléans, in the northern suburbs. Most long distance trains only stop at the Les Aubrais-Orléans station, which offers connections to Paris, Lille, Tours, Brive-la-Gaillarde, Nevers and several regional destinations.
High-Speed train (TGV) is connecting Paris to Orleans several times a day.
From Orleans, you may visit the valley by bus or even by train. The French railways system is quite efficient, although regionalised, so that timetables are more difficult to be found whenever you have to travel across the regional borders.
Train from Gare d'Austerlitz in Paris to Orleans. They run about 1 per hour, often with a change at a nearby station to Orleans - I think Orleans station is a 'dead-end'.
On foot - sights within walking distance.
By electrical train for example. This train stops on main points in the city like the Main Square or City Hall. While sitting in it you can watch the city.
I always enjoy horsebackriding, so I had to do this around here too :) I went riding in the woods, it was so nice!
Ah you can also go by motorbike ofcourse ;) Here I was wishing for a license and this motorbike to be mine lol