Avignon Transportation

  • Train
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  • le petit train touristique
    le petit train touristique
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  • View of Avignon from the free shuttle bus
    View of Avignon from the free shuttle...
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Most Viewed Transportation in Avignon

  • 1. Train

    The Avignon Centre train station, which was being remodeled during the time of my visit, is the central station just outside the ramparts of Avignon. If your hotel is right in the city center then you...

  • 2. Various Methods of Transport

    Gare Routier location: corner of Boulevard Saint Roche and Avenue Monclar which is 170 metres east of the Porte de la Republique in the southern wall of the old city. (turn left as you pass thru' the...

  • 3. Car / Motor Home

    After reading about security problems at the pay-to-park places in Avignon, we elected to use the free parking space with advertised security. There are two massive free parking lots outside the city...

  • 4. Les Trains Touristiques

    There is a tourist train that goes around Avignon. There are two actually one goes to the park by the Popes Palace, it is an uphill climb that may be difficult for persons with reduced mobility. That...

  • 5. Nothing to do with Avignon

    By electrical train. This train rides on the roads in the centre of Arles. It will take you to the City Hall, The House of Vincent Van Gogh, The Café Vincent Van Gogh, the Arena and the Amfitheatre....

  • 6. Shuttle boat (Navette)

    For those who don’t feel like walking or cycling across the dangerous Daladier Bridge, there is a much better way to cross the south arm of the river between...

  • 7. Encounter zone

    In the summer of 2010, the city of Avignon declared the entire Old City within the city walls (intra-muros) to be an Encounter Zone (Zone de Rencontre), in...

  • 8. Vélopop’

    As you may have noticed, I’m a great fan of bike sharing systems. I have used them successfully in Paris, Lyon, Antwerp, Hamburg, Bern, Zürich, Karlsruhe,...

  • 9. Provence Bike

    Since even the people at the TRCA office did not succeed in registering me for the Vélopop’ bike sharing system, I took their advice and walked over to Provence...

  • 10. The proposed tramway

    At Porte de la République, across from the central railway station, there is an exhibit where part of a tram is on display, so people can go inside and see what...

  • 11. Cityzen small buses

    For short-distance transport on the narrow streets within the city walls, these 20-seat “Cityzen” mini-buses run six days a week on two different routes. During...

  • 12. Temporary bus stations

    Those who have read Cathy Reichardt’s 2011 tip The not very beautiful bus station in Avignon here on VirtualTourist will recall that she described the bus...

  • 13. Local bus

    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....

  • 14. By Car: How Far/How Long...?

    Some road distances to Avignon from:- Heidelberg (Germany: 833 kms.- Venecia/Venice (Italy): 834 kms.- Split (Croatia):1.469 kms.- Madrid (Spain): 2.193...

  • 15. Strolling Around Avignon

    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...

  • 16. Bus in the Avignon region

    The general website of the Avignon regional bus company is www.tcra.frIt tells you that they give personal advice on your itinerary.Just email contact@tcra.fr...

  • 17. Avignon Airport

    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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