Some road distances to Avignon from:
- Heidelberg (Germany: 833 kms.
- Venecia/Venice (Italy): 834 kms.
- Split (Croatia):1.469 kms.
- Madrid (Spain): 2.193 kms.
Checking the website, you’ll find more road distances together with the driving times and the best routes.
The general website of the Avignon regional bus company is www.tcra.fr
It tells you that they give personal advice on your itinerary.
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention:
- departure address
- arrival address
- approx times that you want to travel
- how often you will travel
- your email address
They will give you the best itinerary and rates.
Walking is definitely the best way to experience Avignon. We enjoyed our strolls through the squares, wandering into shops, having a meal in a cafe, grabbing some ice cream, people watching and exploring. There are so many little streets and alleys to explore. We wandered into a side street and found a shop selling all sorts of cooking supplies, herbs, spices and oils. Liz waked out of the shop with bags full of Herbs de Provence, olive oils, teas and saffron. We also wandered into an open air market that was selling all sorts of jewelry. Liz found a nice deep blue beaded ankle bracelet.
I think a trip is all about the discovery and there is more to discoverwhen on foot.
On local buses you pay the driver, fare is 1 euro 30, the ticket is punched in a machine and is valide for one hour, so you can travel again within the hour. Example one day after walking around Avignon and being tired i took a bus to Villeneuve lez Avignon and returned within the hour. The bus ride was very nice for the views.
This is it folks. A one gate, one carousel French regional airport that safely delivered our students from Chicago to Paris to Avignon.
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