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Come to Vaucluse and get around easily

Are you planning a stay in the Luberon, Avignon or at the foot of the Mont Ventoux? Find below all the information you need to come and explore Vaucluse.

Travel by plane

Nearby airports:
 
Avignon-Provence Airport
Tel. +33 (0)4 90 81 51 51


Marseille-Provence Airport (45 minutes from Avignon on the A7 motorway or accessible via a direct train from Vitrolles-Aéroport-Marseille to Avignon Central Station – timetable and tickets on www.ter.sncf.com/paca).
>> More information: www.marseille-airport.com


Nîmes Garons Airport (35 minutes on the motorway)
Tel. +33 (0)4 66 70 49 49
>> More information: www.nimes.aeroport.fr/en

Vaucluse in Europe

Come by train

Direct TGV (high-speed train) to Avignon from
– Paris Gare de Lyon by TGV (2 hours 38 mins)
– Roissy Charles de Gaulle by TGV
– Lille– Nantes –  Rennes – Strasbourg – Nice
– Frankfurt via Strasbourg and Lyon on TGV (7 hours)
– Geneva (3 hours)
Brussels (5 hours) and Amsterdam (Thalys in the summer)
– London by Eurostar (6 hours)
– Madrid (6.5 hours) and Barcelona (3.5 hours)

More information: en.oui.sncf/en/

SNCF Railway Stations in Vaucluse:
– Avignon TGV and Avignon Central stations
(There are regular connecting trains from the TGV station to Central station)
– Orange, Bollène, Isle sur la Sorgue, Pertuis, Carpentras, Cavaillon, Le Thor etc.
Direct link from Carpentras station to Avignon via Sorgues-Châteauneuf du Pape, Entraigues, Monteux.

More information on: www.ter.sncf.com/paca


Zou ! regional transport network
The Zou ! network is made up of buses and regional trains in the Southern region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
–> See below

Come by car

Avignon is:
– 50 mins from Aix-en-Provence
– 1 hour from Marseille
– 30 mins from Arles
– 2 hours from Lyon
– 2 hours from Nice

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Or by bus

Flixbus network: global.flixbus.com/bus/avignon

The ‘Zou !’ Network
The public transport network ‘ZOU !’ is the regional network for TER and buses which link the towns and villages of Vaucluse. You can therefore get to your destination from bus stations or the town centres of Avignon, Orange, l’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Apt, Cavaillon, Carpentras, Vaison-la-Romaine etc.

‘Grand Avignon’ bus network:
>> Bus lines in the Avignon urban area and Avignon city centre
 
Bus stations
– Avignon Bus Station / Multi-modal transportation hub:
5 avenue Monclar – 84000 Avignon – Tel. +33 (0)4 90 82 07 35
Ticket office opening times: 7 am to 7.30 pm Monday to Saturday (excluding bank holidays).
>> See map

– Apt Bus Station:
Tel. +33 (0)4 90 74 20 21

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GOOD TO KNOW

Take your bike on ZOU ! network lines

– €6.50 fee per bike.

– Folding bikes transported in a cover can be taken on board free of charge.

Find a left luggage office

Leave your luggage at a left-luggage office in Avignon:
Left luggage:
>> open from May to the end of August
–– 3 av. du maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny

Left luggage at a hotel:
Nannybag.com
Eelway.com

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Other useful links

Gard regional transport network:
www.gard.fr

Bouches du Rhône regional transport network:
www.cg13.fr