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Avignon city centre

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Coming by plane

plane

The closest airport is Marseille-Provence (≈ 100km south from Avignon). Shuttle buses are available up to every 15mn (from 4:30am to 11:30pm) to reach Marseille train station in 25 mns ('gare SNCF'). You can then reach Avignon by  high speed train TGV. A free shuttle bus from Marseille Provence Airport can take you to the Vitrolles station to take the train to Avignon Centre. The train fare is around 17 €.

It is also possible to arrive at Montpellier Mediterranée Airport (≈ 100km west from Avignon). Montpellier Mediterranean Airport is at the edge of the A9 motorway network (Exit 29, Montpellier Est). It is also possible to reach the downtown train station in 15mns by public transportation , to take the high speed train (TGV) to Avignon .

Coming by train

TGV

TGV (high speed train) direct lines from Paris (2h40), Charles de Gaulle airport, Lille, Nantes, Rouen, Metz, Marseille, Montpellier, Genève, Bruxelles, Lyon, Marne la Vallée, Rennes, Toulouse, Strasbourg.
Bus link to the city center in 10mns (from 5:30am to 11:30pm).
  

  • Gare Avignon Centre

    Located downtown
    Regional trains, Intercity lines and TGV (high speed train) to Paris (3h20), Marseille (45mn) or Montpellier (45mn).

  • Useful information

     Rail traffic information, timetables, tickets, telephone services and ticket booking on line
     www.voyages-sncf.com

Coming by car

motorway
  • Autoroute A7

Exit Avignon Sud  #24 (from Marseille, Nice, Italy)
Exit Avignon Nord #23 (from Lyon, Paris)

  • Autoroute A9

Exit Remoulins (from Nîmes, Montpellier, Toulouse or Spain)
Follow direction "Avignon Centre" (Avignon Downtown)

Congress Venue:
University of Avignon (UAPV) Site Ste-Marthe
2 inputs: Bd Limbert and 74 rue Louis Pasteur
GPS Coordinates: N 43 ° 56 '58.2'' E 4 ° 49' 1.4''

Where to park: you can park for free at the 'Parking des Italiens' then take the free shuttle to reach the city center and stop by at 'Saint Lazare' station to join the Avignon University.