- Coach services
- Train services
- Transport in Avignon
- From Avignon TGV station to the central station
- From Avignon airport to the city centre
- Buses and shuttles in Avignon
- Vélo-cité: Avignon’s pedicabs
Or directly with the bus stations
Avignon Bus Station +33 4 90 82 07 35
Apt Bus Station +33 4 90 74 20 21
Orange Bus Station +33 4 90 34 15 59
Carpentras bus station +33 4 84 99 50 10
You can take your bicycle on a coach
Taking your bicycle with you is possible on all the routes, subject to availability. Sometimes, at certain times of the day, the coach is equipped with a trailer, up to 8 bikes. Free service but prior booking is strongly recommended.
The TER (regional train service) serves the towns of Bollène, Orange, Carpentras, Avignon, Cavaillon.
Timetables and bookings at www.ter-sncf.com
You can travel by regional train (TER) with your bike. There is no need to make a reservation, all the region regional TER lines carry bikes free of charge (from Monday to Friday, outside the following peak times: 7.00am-9.00am and 4.30pm-6.30pm), depending on available space.
Specific services for people with reduced mobility at www.ter.sncf.com
Transport in Avignon
From the TGV to the central station
The regional rail link between the TGV train station and the central train station is “La Virgule”. 33 connections per day, between 6am and 11pm, duration: 6mn, fee: €1.60, that can be added to your TGV train ticket.
From the airport to the city centre
A city bus links the airport Avignon Provence to the city centre.
Information at www.tcra.fr
Buses and shuttles in Avignon
From Saint Chamand to the city centre, a tramway every 6 mn, 7 days a week except on May 1st www.orizo.fr
Taxi Radio Avignon +33 4 90 82 20 20
Vélo-cité: Avignon’s pedicabs
These modern rickshaws, complete with electrical assistance, can
accommodate up to 3 adults. They prove to be a very convenient way of
travelling around the city’s medieval architecture, with its narrow
streets and lanes. A plastic cover protects the customers in case of
rain or strong wind.
Schedule: 9:00am to 8:00pm, every day except Sundays. During the festival in July: 10:00am to midnight every day.
Rates: €2/km per person €2 for the reservation of a trip within the city, €3 for a trip outside the city walls.
Reservations at +33 6 37 36 48 89 www.velociteavignon.com
The Baladines: the city centre’s electric shuttles
The Baladine is a 100% electric shuttle, with a silent and non-polluting engine, cruising within the city walls. Ideal for the narrow streets of the historical city centre of Avignon, the Baladine is the size of a car with the capacity of a public transport vehicle: 7 seats.
Stops: anywhere with a wave of the hand. Rate: 50 cents
Information at www.tcra.fr
Shuttle buses between the free car parks outside the city walls and the city centre
The town council has built two large car parks outside the city walls. These are free, supervised and linked every 10 minutes to the town centre via free shuttle buses:
– Parking de l’Ile Piot, 1600 spaces, east of town,Gard/Villeneuve-les-Avignon side. Supervised and linked to the town centre via shuttle buses from 7:30am to 8:30pm from Monday to Friday, and from 1.30pm to 8.30pm on Saturdays (7:30am to 2:30am every day during the festival).
– Parking des Italiens, 1150 spaces, north-west of town, Carpentras side. Supervised from Monday to Saturday from 7:30am to 8:30pm. Linked to the town centre from 7.30am to 10pm from Monday to Thursday, and from 7.30am to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
Vélo Pop: the Avignon cycle hire scheme
300 self-service “Velopop” bicycles are available at 30 stations around town and up to Villeneuve-les-Avignon.
Fee from €1/day
A free shuttle boat serves the Ile de la Barthelasse leaving from the Avignon ‘halte nautique’. This island is ideal for a stroll along the tow path with an unrestricted view of the town ramparts, the Popes’ Palace and the Avignon Bridge. It is also the starting point for numerous cycling circuits through orchards and market gardens. Cycles and pushchairs are allowed.