Does TGV go to Aix-en-Provence?

Does TGV go to Aix-en-Provence?

Commissioned in 2001, Aix-en-Provence TGV station is a mainline SNCF station served uniquely by high-speed trains, located 15 km south of Aix-en-Provence and 20 km north of Marseille. Almost 50 TGV trains operate daily on the 4 platforms, thereby connecting the South of France to the national and international network.

What is Marseille main train station?

Marseille-Saint-Charles train station
Marseille-Saint-Charles train station is Marseille’s main railway station, and it’s also the intercity bus station. It is located close to the city centre, and around 2 km from the Old Port. Opened in 1848, it is perched on a small hill, with a grand set of stairs linking it to the city.

How many train stations are in Aix-en-Provence?

Two train stations
Two train stations serve Aix en Provence, the high-speed train station outside the city and Aix Centre, the downtown regional (TER) station.

What is the main train station in France?

Gare du Nord
Gare du Nord The busiest railway station in Europe and the hub for trains arriving and departing Paris on the Eurostar. With Thalys the Gare du Nord also serves Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany.

Where is the TGV station in Tours?

Gare SNCF Train Station, Tours, France. The main train station in Tours is on the place du Maréchal Leclerc, 1 km (6/10 mile) southeast of the place de la Résistance. (Note that TGV trains do not use the Gare SNCF de Tours.

How much does the metro cost in Marseille?

Hours of Operation: The Metro operates daily between 5 a.m. and 1 a.m. Fares: Tickets for the Metro can be used on buses and tramways. A ticket purchased at a train station costs 1.60 euros for the first purchase and 1.50 euros for subsequent trips. (The ticket costs 1.90 euros on the bus.)

How do you pay for metro Marseille?

You can buy the City Pass at the Tourist Office, in the “Citypass” ATMs of the Old Port and Saint-Charles Station stations and also on the Port ATM located at the entrance of the cruise ship terminal.

Is Aix-en-Provence Nice?

It has a lovely promenade along the sea that’s very lively into the early hours of the morning, a wonderful old town full of bistros, cafes, interesting shops, etc., tons of museums ( Chagall and Renoir are just two that come to mind, and excellent transportation by train or car to other towns/cities along the Riveria.