Come to Vaucluse and move around

See below all the information you need and useful links for travel in Vaucluse:

 

Place yourself in the heart of the Provence

Vaucluse map

 

By train

Find a train ticket

by KelBillet,train tickets

More info:

Train compagny: SNCF - TGV directs : www.voyages-sncf.com

- London - Avignon in 6h10
- Paris - Avignon in 2h40
- Brussels - Avignon in 5h55
- Geneva - Avignon 3h45
- Barcelona - Avignon 4h >> www.renfe-sncf.com

 

EUROSTAR from London and Amsterdam:
- Londres - Avignon in Eurostar (all year round)
- Amsterdam - Avignon (Thalys in summer).

> More info on eurostar website

 

Two stations in Avignon: the TGV station and the central station Both stations are connected by “La Virgule”, a train which takes 6mn to reach the other station (35 return journeys per day, between 6am and 10.30pm – the price of a ticket can be included in your train ticket).

 

By air

 

From Avignon airport: www.avignon.aeroport.fr
To reach Avignon city center by bus (from Avignon airport): check schedules

 

From Marseille airport: www.marseille-airport.com/


>> To reach Vaucluse by train:

 

 

>> Come to the Vaucluse by bus with the LER 17 line
The Line 17 leaves Marseille-Provence Airport and stops in Cavaillon, Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Pernes-les-Fontaines et Carpentras. Up to 4 departures/day. More information on http://www.info-ler.fr/doc/ficheshoraires/2016/ler17_carpentras_aix_aeroport.pdf

 

>> Or by car (1 hour on the motorway)

 

From Nîmes airport: http://www.aeroport-nimes.fr
To reach Avignon by car from Nîmes airport: (35 minutes on the motorway)

 

 

By car

To prepare your itinerary:
www.viamichelin.com
www.mappy.com

 

Some notions of distance by road:

London - Avignon : 10h

Paris - Avignon : 690km / 6h45

 

 

Travelling around Vaucluse


TransVaucluse network

TransVaucluseThe TransVaucluse departmental network is a network of coaches connecting the towns of Vaucluse. You can reach your destination from the bus stations or the centres of Avignon, Orange, Isle sur la Sorgue, Apt, Cavaillon, Carpentras, Vaison-la-Romaine etc

> Check out your route on www.vaucluse.fr (french website)
> See the map of the network (french)



The TransVaucluse network is also available on mobile phones!
> visit the mobile site(french website)
> Swipe the QR Code:
TransVaucluse QR Code:

GOOD TO KNOW

 

Transporting a bike on the TransVaucluse coaches
It is possible to transport a bike in the hold on all routes of the TransVaucluse network according to the number of places available (except route 14). The owner of the bike must load it himself. On the Avignon-Apt route (15.1), at certain times the coach is fitted with a rack for 8 bikes. This service is free. We strongly recommended that you call the coach company in advance to ensure there are places available and to avoid delaying the departure of the coach. The telephone number of the company is on the timetable concerned.

 

 

 

"PACA Mobility" Website

Institutionnal public transports website in
Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur


Your itinerary without a car in Vaucluse: this website propose to combine all the alternative means of transportation replacing the car "on your own" www.pacamobilite.fr

 

 

Other links


Avignon bus network
: bus routes in the Avignon area and the city centre.
Bus stations

- Avignon bus stations: Tel. +33 (0)4 90 82 07 35
- Apt bus stations: Tel. +33 (0)4 90 74 20 21