prepare your best stay in Provence-Alps-Côte d’Azur
Driving distances into the region
How to reach Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur by plane ?
This airport (5th national airport) also incorporates a special low-cost terminal for companies such as Ryanair, Easyjet, Jet4you, Germanwings or Pegasus.
- UK: Bristol, Dublin, Edimbourg, Londres Gatwick, Londres Stansted
- D: Bâle-Mulhouse, Cologne, Düsseldorf Weeze, Francfort, Munich
- NL: Amsterdam, Eindhoven
- B: Bruxelles, Bruxelles Charleroi
- I: Milan (Malpensa), Rome Fiumicino, Rome Ciampino, Venise Marco Polo, Cagliari, Palerme
- ES: Madrid, Valence, Séville, Malaga, Ibiza
- Scandinavia: Göteborg, Helsinki, Stockholm
- P: Lisbonne, Porto
- Rest of Europe: Genève, Istanbul, Malte, Prague
- North America: Montreal, Québec, Toronto
And other routes to discover on www.marseille.aeroport.fr
Information on flights: +33 (0)4 42 14 14 14
When landing at Marseille airport, shuttle buses serve Aix en Provence (every 30 minutes), Marseille (every 20 minutes) Salon-de-Provence, and Digne-les-Bains on a regular basis.
During the winter, the ‘Navettes Blanches’ go to the Southern Alps skiing resorts every Saturday (Information and reservations from abroad: 33 491 466 467 – navettesblanches.fr)
Vitrolles train station nearby serves Arles and Avignon.
International flights: Exeter, Southampton, Birmingham, London City
When landing at Avignon Airport, the city center is only 10 minutes away. A bus stop is situated near the airport and serves the city center, and taxis are available at each arrival.
Information on flights: T/ +33 4 90 81 51 51
International flights: Liverpool, London City, London Stansted, Rotterdam, Brussels
When arriving in Toulon-Hyères airport, shuttle buses allow you to reach or leave the airport according to plane schedules. A taxi station is located outside the terminal when leaving the Arrival Hall, as well as a car rental desk.
Information on flights: +33 (0)8 25 01 83 87
How to reach Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur by train?
Avignon TGV Station (2h30 from Paris Gare de Lyon) Shuttle bus to the city centre (5 to 10 min’s drive)
Avignon City Station Direct Eurostar train London to Avignon (from July to September) served once a week on Saturdays. www.eurostar.com
Aix-en-Provence TGV Station (2h50 from Paris Gare de Lyon) Shuttle bus to the city centre (15 min’s drive)
Marseille City Station (3h from Paris Gare de Lyon). Direct trains from Brussels every day.
A regional train network can take you over hundreds of destinations and through main lines.
Information on the French National Railways Company website: www.voyages-sncf.com
How to reach the inside Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur without a car?
From Marseille airport Shuttle bus to Marseille city centre or Aix-en-Provence city centre every 20 minutes www.aeroport.marseille.fr
From Marseille station (3h from Paris Gare de Lyon). A regional train network can take you over hundreds of destinations and through main lines.
From Marseille station A regional bus network serves many inter-region destinations.
T/ +33 (0)821 202 203
From Nice airport, 21 scheduled bus routes serving 120 destinations between Marseille and Genoa. www.nice.aeroport.fr