ARLES, HOW TO GET THERE?
THINK ABOUT TAKING PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION!
TGV Paris-Arles: between 3h30 and 4h depending on connections.
Less than 30mn from Avignon and Nîmes, less than 1h from Marseille and Montpellier.
The center of Arles is an 8-minute walk from the station.
To assist you:
Regular service to Marseille, Nîmes and Avignon.
lepilote.com (all routes in the Bouches-du-Rhône).
gard-transport.fr (routes from the Gard department).
If you’re driving to Arles, think of giving somebody a lift on blablacar.fr.
Take highway A7 from Paris, Lyon, Marseille and Nice, then the A54 (exit 5, Arles Centre-Ville)
Paris – Arles: 747 km, 7h45
Lyon – Arles: 286 km, 3h
Marseille – Arles: 93 km, 1h10
Nice – Arles: 250 km, 2h45
Take highway A9 from Toulouse and Bordeaux, then the A54 (exit 5, Arles Centre-Ville)
Toulouse – Arles: 317 km, 3h20
Bordeaux – Arles: 559 km, 5h30
ELECTRIC CAR CHARGING STATIONS
- Hôpital d’Arles
- Jardin Hortus (Musée Départemental Arles Antique)
- Shopping Promenade
→ Where to park in Arles?
Once you’re parked, everything is within walking distance!
Make the most of your trip and explore the area by train and bus!
MARSEILLE-PROVENCE (65 km)
- Take bus 13 from the airport bus station (platform 5)
Schedule of line 13 to the Vitrolles train station stop.
- Take a train to Arles from Marseille-Provence Airport
Estimated travel time: 1h.
Take line 620 (schedule 620) to the Montpellier Sud de France train station (estimated travel time: 10 minutes), then the train for Arles (estimated travel time: 60 minutes).
NÎMES AIRPORT (25 km)
... and to get around Arles it is here!