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    How to come in and out Vierzon

    by gwened Written Dec 12, 2013

    the main train station in city center Vierzon above link as well as another SNCF site in English

    the main bus ,free in city center and then just over an euro outside is VIB

    there is the bus line 18 for the nearby city in the dept of Cher

    the highways A20, A75, and A81 bypass the city, see for route planning

    The city is cross by 5 rivers with the Ypres and Cher coming into the Canal du Berry, with a nautical base, equestrian centers, 18 hole golf course, and 78 km of guided walking trails.

    Gare de Vierzon centre ville
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    How to get here in and out,Cheverny

    by gwened Updated Jun 3, 2013

    to the castle you can do it by car, the best
    A10 motorway direction Bordeaux, exit Blois, 190 km. 20mins from the motorway exit.
    we criss cross the area by car so coming in is the road D765, see photo

    By train, stop at Blois train station
    from Paris Austerlitz station,
    duration 1hr 40 min
    from Paris Montparnasse station,
    TGV Paris - Vendôme,
    duration 42 min (Vendôme - Blois 30km/ 18.6 miles)

    navette bus from the train station in Blois

    City center Pl de l'��glise leaving Cheverny on the road D765
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    Tours to Villandry by bus

    by gwened Written Aug 29, 2012

    you got the castle info already. for more transport see the bus system in the region at fil vert.

    take the line V, here is the site,

    i use the car there so look up on the site for schedules

    hope it helps

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    HOw to get here in and out-Tours

    by gwened Written Jul 29, 2012

    taxi is nice and see more. two great towns in a great area.
    There is a taxi stands by the train station in the city of Tours; to get reservations call or write

    you have great parking connections with the bus system very inexpensive like 3 euros per day, this is to use when leaving your car and then use the bus system of Filbleu below. The parkings are
    Parking relais de la Sagerie
    rue de la Sagerie
    37170 Chambray-lès-Tours
    Parking relais de la Tranchée
    rue des Bordiers
    37000 Tours
    Parking relais du Lac
    Avenue de Grammont
    37000 Tours

    Regular parking as I do, just into the city with a car, you have several choices in the city
    Parking Anatole France
    come in at place Anatole France
    Parking Champ-Girault
    rue Edouard Vaillant
    Parking Ciel-en-Arc
    avenue Marcel Mérieux
    Parking des Halles
    Place Gaston Paillhou ,get in by the exterior of the market or halles
    Parking du Palais Jean Jaurès
    10 rue Victor Hugo
    Parking du Vinci
    Place du General Leclerc
    Parking Gambetta(my favorite)
    8 rue Gambetta
    Parking Mairie
    boulevard Heurteloup
    Parking Nationale(my favorite)
    5 rue Emile Zola

    bike tours are very common, and this site I have used in the past very nice going from Tours to Amboise and Chenonceaux towns.
    and for 5€ you go to velociti and can rent a bike to do at will in Tours, you need a deposit of 300€ but if staying here long term and like bikes this is it, the site is here

    you can get a cyclovelo , a nice innovation, sort of like a bike and motocar combi, more info here, this never tried.
    you can reserve online and cost 1,50€ for a ride or can rent them to take you out for sightseeing,two passengers 30 minutes is 18€

    There is also, great train service from Paris montparnasse, this leaves you at St Pierre des Corps and then correspondance to city center ;from gare d'Austerlitz you come on intercité trains to city center Tours in about 2hrs direct or 2h30 connecting in Orleans. Several choices per day.

    bus works from 6h to 21h30, ticket single is 1,40€ ,and the site to know it all is
    Their main office is at 9 rue Michelet ,but ticket can be purchase on the bus.

    Eurolines the European bus company has an office here and you can travel to many other cities in Europe and connect to Tours, info here

    you ,also, have a bus system to connect to towns nearby in the touraine ,here is the site
    main office is at Place du Général Leclerc where is the bus terminal and also at rue Charles Gille

    There is an airport that can bring you in from London Stansted, Porto, Manchester, Southhampton, Dublin, etc as well as Marseille.In summer additional flights are setup. site is here

    Gare de Tours bus 38 by hotel de ville bus 11 by near train station area tramway on rue Nationale
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    How to get here in and out - Anet

    by gwened Written May 27, 2012

    best here is by car at dept 28 Eure et Loir (two rivers)
    its English small page for tourism is here
    You can take a train from Paris Gare de Montparnasse , direction Dreux.Get off at train station or gare de Houdan just before Dreux. You can do the other 15 kms by taxi. There is lesser traffic from Paris gare Saint Lazare,direction Bueil ,only 7kms away and take a taxi.
    buses is only to these communities

    the car is king, take from Paris the A13 direction Rouen to exit 12 Dreux,Magnaville continue in road D928 and see signs for Anet

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    By Car

    by Helga67 Written Nov 11, 2002

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    If you're exploring on your own, it's a good idea to rent some means of transport, because buses can be sparse, their schedules not geared to outsiders, and trains too limiting. Renting a bike is a good option: this is wonderful and easy cycling country, best of all on the floodbanks of the river itself.

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