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GETTING TO MONTPELLIER

Located 11 km from the Mediterranean, roughly 3½ hours by car or 3 hours by high-speed train from Barcelona, 4 hours by car from Italy, 3½ hours by high-speed train or 70 minutes by plane from Paris, in the heart of the Occitan region and close to Provence, Montpellier is the seventh largest city in France and has something for everyone.


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BY PLANE


Montpellier Méditerranée Airpor

► Information

34137 Mauguio
+33 (0)4 67 20 85 00
www.montpellier.aeroport.fr

Locate Montpellier Airport on Google Maps

► Getting to the airport by the A709 motorway
A709 motorway - Exit 29 Montpellier Est
Follows signs for Aéroport Fréjorgues / Montpellier Méditerranée

 Getting to the airport from the city centre
Head for the beaches
Follow signs for Aéroport Fréjorgues / Montpellier Méditerranée






 Getting to the airport by train/shuttle
From Montpellier Saint-Roch Train Station: Tram Line 1 towards Odysseum - Place de l’Europe stop
Take the airport shuttle - Orange bus, Line 120 - Rue Poséidon (tickets available for purchase on board from the driver)

 Connections: 12 countries, 29 destinations (excluding leisure flights), 11 tour operators, 16 commercial airlines: 
Aer Lingus, Norwegian, Air Algérie, Air Arabia Maroc, Air France, British Airways, Chalair Aviation, Germania, Easyjet, Eurowings, Hop, KLM, Royal Air Maroc, SAS, Transavia and Volotea. Schedules subject to change.
See the map of connections to/from Montpellier Airport

BY TRAIN


Saint Roch Train Station

 Information
36 35 (€0.34/min)
https://en.oui.sncf/en/

► Getting there
The Montpellier Saint-Roch Train Station is located in the city centre, a 5 minute walk from Place de la Comédie.
Place Auguste Gibert - 34011 Montpellier
Single point of sale: daily including bank holidays from 6:30 am to 8:00 pm






► Getting to the train station by tram
Lines 1, 2, 3 and 4 provide access to the train station 
Gare Saint-Roch stop

 Regular connections 
to major cities in France and Europe via the high-speed train network:
Marseille (1½ hrs), Lyon (1¾ hrs), Toulouse (2¼ hrs), Barcelona (2:50 hrs), Paris (3¼ hrs), Geneva (4 hrs), Nice (4:10 hrs), Bordeaux (4¼ hrs), Lille (5 hrs) and Brussels (5:50 hrs)


New train station in Montpellier

► Beginning July 2018, a second high-speed train station – Montpellier Sud de France – is in service with the aim of saving time on travel to and from Spain and Belgium, as well as Paris and Lyon 

► In the heart of the future Cambacérès district, the new train station is the pillar of this new hub for multi-modal transfers

More information is available here

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