Transport

You are done preparing all the administrative part of your exchange and you begin to wonder how you will move around your new city?  You might be worried about the journey from the airport to your new home, or the route to follow from your home to your host university.

We’ll help you understand and be familiar with the forms of transportation in your new country, so you can move stress free from day one.

🚀 How to move around ?

Transportation will be a big part of your daily life in France, so it is important to understand your options from the beginning. Starting from the flights to get to your host country, a way to get from the airport to your new home or the options to get from home to your new university, you’ll have plenty of choices.

 Understanding unknown transports systems can add pressure and stress to the process of adapting to a new city. Especially when this system includes buses, intercity trains, metros and even boats.

 

✈️ Airports 

 Getting to your host city will be an uncomplicated step, since the country has 185 airports that connect all major cities.

🚂 Trains 

Being in the European zone will increase the possibilities of traveling and the country is well connected in that sense. Starting with the French rail system, the SNCF, travels between French destinations is fairly easy. It connects to around 150 cities in the territory and also to neighboring countries, which allows international students to travel at ease.

🚌 Buses 

Finally, for students travelling on a tight budget, buses are the first choice. With several budget-friendly operators like Flixbus or Eurolines, there is no destination hard to reach. Buses are a comfortable option for smaller price. Destinations go from regional small French towns to international big cities.

🚃 Public transport 

Commuting as a local in your host city will include rides on the metro lines for cheap fares starting from 1,70€. The small hassle relies on finding your way through the city maps.

 

✅ We’ll help you navigate at ease through all your doubts. 

 

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