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"Parlons en Provence" is based in Saint Rémy de Provence.
If you are arriving by train in Avignon, find more information on Avignon accomodation here.
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Train Information


TGV tickets to Avignon can be bought online and also at travel agents. We recommend that you reserve your TGV ticket before your arrival.
The official French sites : www.sncf.com and www.tgv.com
The United States / Outside Europe : www.raileurope.com
The United Kingdom : www.raileurope.co.uk and www.sncf.co.uk
Germany : www.sncf.de


Arriving by Car / Car Rental


If you are arriving by car, we will send you directions where we are situated in Saint Rémy de Provence. If you are planning to rent a car on arrival, Avignon TGV station has all the major car rental companies (Hertz, Avis, Eurocar etc). It is also possible to rent a car at all the nearby airports.


The United States / Outside of Europe


Most people fly to Paris and then take the TGV train to Avignon (2.5 hours) Avignon is on the new fast line from Paris to Marseille. Train tickets can be bought at www.raileurope.com


The United Kingdom:


Train : during summer months there is a direct train from London and Ashford to Avignon every Saturday. Otherwise it is necessary to change at either Lille or Paris. With the new fast TGV tracks it takes 2.5 hours from Paris and 4 hours from Lille.


Ryan Air have flights to Nimes from London Stanstead, London Luton, East Midlands and Liverpool. From Nimes there are regular trains to Avignon (30 minutes). See the tourist office website www.ot-nimes.fr for where to stay in Nimes if you arrive Saturday evening. It is also possible to fly to Montpellier, which is one hour from Avignon by local train or 1 hour by car.


British Airways and Easy Jet have low cost flights to Marseille.

Ryan Air also have flights to Marseille from London Stanstead, Glasgow and Bournemouth. From Marseille Airport it is either possible to rent a car ( around 1 hour by motorway) or take the shuttle bus to Marseille and then the train to Avignon by TGV (30 minutes).


Flybe also have a limited number of flights to Avignon airport from Southamptom and Exeter.


Ireland


www.aerlingus.com fly into Marseille from March to October. From Marseille airport it is either possible to rent a car (around 1 hour by motorway from the centre) or take the shuttle bus to Marseille and then the train to Avignon (30-40minutes)


Ryan Air to Marseille


Fly to the U.K. and then take a connecting flight (see U.K. information)


Fly to Paris and then take the train to Avignon


Mainland Europe


Most people coming from Europe arrive by train or car. However, Marseille airport has flights from the following cities (as of 2005). From the airport it is either possible to rent a car (around 1 hour by motorway to the centre) or take the shuttle bus to Marseille and then the train to Avignon by TGV (30 minutes).

Parlons en Provence
Magali Viven
43 Avenue Vincent Van Gogh
13210 Saint Rémy de Provence [France]
Contact and booking
Phone +33 951 43 14 61
Email info[at]parlons-en-provence.com