Avignon, medieval city, is discovered on foot. But the city can also move in a gentle way, by bike, urban transport, and even rickshaw!
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AVIGNON TGV STATION Opened in June 2001, designed by the architect Jean-Marie Duthilleul, it is located in the district of Courtine (5 minutes drive from the city center). Today it puts Avignon 2h40 from Paris, 3h from Roissy Charles de Gaulle and 1 hour from Lyon thanks to the TGV Méditerranée (30 minutes from Marseille).
AVIGNON CENTER STATION Boulevard Saint-Roch Regional trains, inter-city and TGV Paris (3h20), ADDRESS St Roch BP BP175 – 84008 AVIGNON CEDEX OPENING HOURS Every day (except Monday): 07h00 – 19h30 Monday: 06h00 – 19h30 Transport ticket distributors TER
SNCF TER: 0 800 11 40 23 (daily from 7 am to 9.30 pm – FREE from a landline). Auto train Avignon South Chemin de la Poulasse Tel. + 33 (0) 4 90 27 81 70
A shuttle bus connects Avignon TGV station to Avignon center station in 4 minutes
– Frequency: 35 A / R per day
Exit Avignon Sud (Marseille, Nice, Italy) Exit Avignon Nord (Lyon, Paris)
Exit Remoulins (Nîmes, Montpellier, Spain)
RN 7 and RN 100
National and Regional Traffic Information Center
Taxis Radio Avignonnais
Porte de la République – Tourelle Est
Tél. + 33 (0)4 90 82 20 20
Bus Station / Regional Lines
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A unique brand, a unified network
From September 2018, the Region brings together its transport networks under a single banner: ZOU! This new regional brand extends to the entire territory.
New colors will soon dress the buses, and eventually the trains, which crisscross the regional territory.al.
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