Transports in France

Do you need to take a train, a bus, a plane, or rent a car in France? Find all you need to know on the transportation means available.

Getting around Toulouse

The greater Toulouse area covers around 120km² and is served by a comprehensive transportation network, which includes buses, a subway and tramways. The city's large student population and vibrant nightlife have also given rise to an efficient night bus system, so rest assured that you will not be left stranded after a long night out.

If you are moving to Nice, you don't have to worry about getting around, as the city benefits from a ...

Lyon is easily accessible from Paris by TGV - France’s network of high-speed trains. Once in the city, you can ...

Marseille is the second most densely populated city in France. Stretching from the sea to hilly and rugged terrain, ...

Lille is located in the heart of the northeastern railway system of France. It takes only one hour to travel to Lille ...

A vibrant and energetic town on the Garonne river, Bordeaux is well connected by rail to Paris - and then to the world ...

Thanks to a fantastic public transport network, navigating Paris is not only straightforward but can be great fun too. ...

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