Intérieur de la Gare TGV Aix En Provence

How do I get to Aix-en-Provence TGV station?

How to get to the Aix-en-Provence TGV station is a question that comes up regularly. This French railway station, located on the territory of the communes of Aix-en-Provence and Cabriès in the Bouches-du-Rhône department, is very busy, hence the recurrence of this question. We explain everything.

 

Where is the Aix TGV station?

The Aix-en-Provence TGV station is located in the communes of Aix-en-Provence and Cabriès. More precisely, it is about 15 km southwest of the city of Aix-en-Provence and 20 km north of Marseille. Marseille airport is about 13 km from Aix-en-Provence TGV station.

Public transport TGV station Aix

Aix-en-Provence TGV station is well served by public transport. An intercity and regional network provides shuttle services to the city and regions several times a day. Bear in mind that, unlike a cab, you can’t be dropped off exactly where you want. In that case, if you’re the type of person who likes to get the most out of his or her travels, it would be much better to take a cab. Otherwise, there are shuttles every 30 minutes or so. Find out more on the lepilote.com website. https://www.lepilote.com/fr/part10/infostelechargement/1009/lignes-aeroport-et-gare-aix-tgv/205. This site lets you consult shuttle schedules for Marseille Provence airport and Aix-en-Provence train station. There are numerous lines, including the L40 and L91, as well as the L17 and L19. Be sure to check the date on the documents to avoid unpleasant surprises.

Cab to Aix station

When you arrive in a new region, it can be hard to find your way around. Booking a cab from Aix-en-Provence TGV station can make your life easier. The advantage of a cab is that it can be booked in advance, you can find out the fare before you book it, and it will take you directly to the destination of your choice. This will allow you to leave with peace of mind and stay focused on your trip to our beautiful region. On the Internet, you can find cabs in Aix-en-Provence, taxis in
cabs in Marignane
You’ll also find VTCs at Aix TGV station and VTCs in Salon-de-Provence. In short, as you can see, the number of cabs and VTCs in the PACA region is quite significant. However, as in any business, you may come across an unprofessional cab or VTC. There are even some very clever scams out there, so beware. Beyond the scams that can be rife, it’s also important to choose your cab according to your needs. We advise you to make sure that he or she arrives on time. You can also check its reputation on the Internet by looking at its reviews, which will also allow you to see whether the cab is clean and the staff polite and courteous. And don’t forget that the rates are set by agreement, which means that they are fixed directly by the prefecture and cannot be departed from.

Car rental in Aix

If you’re more the independent type and don’t mind spending a bit, you can also opt for a rental car. In Aix-en-Provence, many agencies offer these services. However, the time it takes to collect your vehicle and make the journey can sometimes be longer. You have to take this into account, not to mention the vehicle rental deposit.

Aix TGV station services

That’s it, you’ve arrived at the Aix-en-Provence TGV station (not to be confused with the station in the city center: https://www.taxi-gare-tgv-aix-en-provence.fr/taxi-gare-sncf-daix-en-provence-centre-ville/ ). But what to do while you’re waiting for your train? Don’t worry, the station is equipped with unlimited free Wi-Fi. There are also self-service connected leisure activities with a catering area for eating in or taking away. There is also a reception area for disabled passengers in the lobby. The ticket office is also located in the lobby, with self-service kiosks. You can even exchange or buy tickets for private or business travel. And if you’ve lost your child’s cuddly toy, don’t worry, you can go to the Lost and Found information point.

Gare Aix en Provence centre-ville vue de l'extérieur.

Cab Aix-en-Provence SNCF station – City center

We regularly talk about the Aix-en-Provence TGV station, just 11 km from Marseille Provence airport. But did you know that there was a second SNCF station in downtown Aix-en-Provence?

Transport Sncf Aix station

There are many ways to get to the SNCF train station in downtown Aix, whether on foot, by cab or by bus. You’ll find a means of locomotion and many transport services to suit you.

Where is the Aix-en-Provence SNCF train station located?

The Aix-en-Provence SNCF train station is located in the city center, just 5 minutes from the
bus station
the
the tourist office
and the Cours Mirabeau. Its strategic location makes it easy to access. However, if you’re arriving from the Aix SNCF train station and want to get toMarseille Provence airport or the Aix TGV train station in Aix, for example, we recommend you take a cab. A cab near the Aix-en-Provence SNCF train station will save you time and ensure you arrive at the right destination, so you don’t miss your plane or TGV with all the consequences that can entail.

Aix center SNCF station opening hours.

The SNCF train station is open all year round from 4:50 a.m. to midnight. There are also sales areas, but these are not always open.

Park your bike at Aix station.

You can safely store your bike at Aix downtown station. This will enable you to take public transport later or book your cab online. More than 40 lockers are equipped with plugs for recharging the batteries of electrically-assisted bicycles, and there are over 100 spaces available.

 

 

Lumineux de taxi sur le toit d'une voiture garé devant un panneau Taxi.

The history of cabs in France

Cabs since 1637!

It’s hard to imagine, but the first available carriage service was created in 1637. 20 years later, during the reign of Louis XIV, the profession was first regulated. Louis XIV issued 600 authorizations for the use of carriages in the capital. Each vehicle will be equipped with a number. Over the years, legislation has been tightened, and the number of vehicles has grown steadily. In 1820, for example, there were more than 2,000 carriages circulating in Paris for around 750,000 inhabitants. At the time, there were 104 parking spaces reserved for cabs.

Electric cab

Contrary to popular belief, the electric car is not an invention of the last decade. Indeed, the first electric car, or rather the first electric carriage, was tested for the first time in Paris in 1897. It could carry up to 3 people at a speed of 20 km/h. However, it was not sufficiently profitable and was abandoned in 1902. The story doesn’t say whether, at the time, the electric cab was invented out of concern for the environment and to protect the planet.

Cab fares

In 1909, customers had to be informed about cab fares. It was at this precise moment that the taximeter appeared. It allowed pricing to be based on distance travelled and vehicle occupancy time. It was precisely on this date that the word “cab” was born. Two years later, cab drivers staged their first strike to protest against new taxes on benzol, the fuel used at the time. Finally, in 1914, over 1,100 Paris cabs were requisitioned to ferry as many troops as possible to the front for the war.

Cab and Vtc

In 2015, the Thévenoud law was created in response to claims by cab drivers that VTC platforms were illegal and unfair. This law made it possible to set up a system where only cabs have a monopoly on marauding, while VTC drivers can only pick up customers by prior reservation. The law also makes the use of a credit card payment terminal compulsory for cab drivers.

Hall d'embarquement de l'aéroport

Cheap Taxi Marseille Provence Airport

When you look on the internet for a cheap cab to Marseille-Provence airport, you can read everything and its opposite. Let me explain:

Marseille-Provence airport cab fare comparator

In your search for the best price on the Internet, you’re bound to have come across cab fare comparison websites for Marseille-Provence airport. Unlike a fare simulator, this comparator can’t compare several cab fares, since cab fares are set by the prefecture, which means that all fares have the same price. However, we advise you to remain vigilant, as a professional cab at Marseille-Provence airport will take the shortest route, as required by law, to avoid overcharging you and falling victim to an unscrupulous cab driver.

Marseille-Marignane airport cab fare simulator

If you’re travelling to Marseille-Marignane airport, or if you’re leaving the airport to go to Aix-en-Provence, Gardanne or Bouc-Bel-Air, you’ll probably have tried to find out the online fare for your journey, so that you can plan ahead and know how much you’ll need to spend on transport, whether for business or pleasure. It couldn’t be simpler: just type “Marignane airport fare simulator” on the Internet and you’ll get several simulators on different websites. If you notice a price difference, it may be that the rates on some websites have not been updated. If you’re still in doubt, you can always call a cab at Marseille-Provence airport. He will be able to give you the most accurate estimate.

Book an official cab at Marseille-Marignane airport

Looking for an official cab at Marseille-Marignane airport? Don’t hesitate to
us at
. Cab Aix’Pert is at your service! Book a daytime cab at the airport or book a nighttime cab immediately by
clicking here
. We are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, with or without a reservation.

Jeux olympiques Paris 2024.

Olympic Games 2024 in Aix en provence

As each of you knows, France is hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games between July 26 and August 11, 2024. And don’t forget, the Olympic flame will be making a stopover in Aix-en-Provence on May 12.

Olympic torch route in Aix

You’re probably wondering how to see the Olympic flame in Aix-en-Provence. How does the Olympic flame make its way through the streets of our city? Here’s the route: CREPS-Faculté des Sciences > Stade Ruocco > Place Romée de Villeneuve > Esplanade Mozart > Rotonde. To find out more, you can also click on this link [https://www .youtube.com=””](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXwbHWp8eIc) which traces the journey of the Olympic flame in Aix-en-Provence.

 

TAXI Olympic game Aix-en-Provence

If you’re looking for a cab driver to take you to one of the Olympic flame’s crossing points on May 12, 2024, you can

contact us

. In fact, our cab supports the athletes and citizens who were chosen at random in this magnificent challenge. Our cab will take you from the CREPS to the Cours Mirabeau. We can also take you to the front of the Faculty of Science or to any other location of your choice during this great competition. As for the participating athletes, you’ve already seen them showcased on urban billboards and through videos to be found on the #aixmaville social networks! https://www.instagram.com/aixmaville/

Book a cab for the Olympic Games in Aix.

We urge you to book your Olympic cab in advance. This can be a busy time for cab drivers. Let the sport continue with the 2024 Olympic Games in Aix en provence!

If you’d like to find out more about the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, you can also visit the official website. You’ll find a ticketing service, surprise appointments and information on events and competitions. https://www.paris2024.org/fr/

 

Taxi devant l'hôtel Renaissance 5 étoiles à Aix en Provence.

Cab – Renaissance Hotel in Aix en Provence

Last week, I transported a customer who wanted to go to the Renaissance Hotel in Aix-en-Provence. He had booked his cab fare to Marignane only 1 hour before I picked him up with our Hotel cab fare simulator.

 

Why did you choose our cab?

My customer was very friendly and eager to talk. So naturally I started chatting to him, and asked him why he had chosen our Aix’Pert cab to make the journey from Marignane to Aix-en-Provence. His answer was simple: he had been able to book quickly on our website thanks to our simulator, which had made his life much easier.

 

Why choose the Hôtel Renaissance?

I then asked him why he had chosen the Renaissance hotel in Aix-en-Provence. I understood that this was a top-of-the-range hotel, a 5-star luxury hotel with a very good reputation in our region. He told me that he was on a business trip and that this hotel allowed him to organize conferences and rent a conference room.

 

Aix en Provence, an accessible city!

What’s more, Aix-en-Provence is within easy reach of Bouc-Bel-Air, Marseille, Pélissanne and Salon-de-Provence, which meant his employees could join him for the conference. Subsequently, we were fortunate enough to provide professional cab services for his staff. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank him in passing. We proposed a cab quote to our customer to transport all his employees. It was a quick quote that we sent out just 20 minutes after his request.

 

To find out more about the Renaissance Hotel, simply click here. For a cab fare to the Renaissance Hotel click here.

 

Horloge de la gare TGV d'Aix En Provence

Book a cab from Aix en Provence Tgv station to Marseille Provence airport

Would you like to book a cab to Marseille Provence airport in Marignane? With a pick-up at the Aix-en-Provence TGV station, you’ve come to the right place. We run regular shuttle services between these two destinations. Our Aix cab is at your disposal to transport you with complete peace of mind.

How do I book a cab to Aix-en-Provence TGV station?

For
book a cab from Aix-en-Provence TGV station
simply

call us

or make your reservation directly on our

Aix-en-Provence TGV station cab fare simulator

which will also give you a price quote before you leave. Please note that the only valid meter is the one on board our cab.

How long does it take to get from Aix-en-Provence TGV station to Marseille Provence airport in Marignane?

The time it takes to get from Aix-en-Provence TGV station to Marseille Provence airport in Marignane will depend on traffic conditions and the mode of transport you choose. In general, by cab or private car, the journey can take from 10 to 20 minutes.

Avion qui décolle la nuit avec une personne qui regarde.

Book a cab from Marseille Provence airport

To book a cab at Marseille Provence airport with Taxi Aix’Pert, just follow these simple steps! To find out more,
click here
.

Reservation by phone cab Marseille Provence Airport

Contact Taxi Aix’Pert by calling the telephone number available on our

contact page

! We’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We can take you to the destination of your choice.

Internet booking for cab Marseille Provence Airport.

You can also book a cab from Marseille Provence airport via our website by using our

our simulator

Marseille Provence airport cab fare simulator.

Where can I take a cab from Marseille Provence airport?

Your Marseille Provence airport cab will be waiting for you in front of terminal 1 or terminal 2, depending on your choice. If you’d like to see the airport map, it can be viewed here: Marseille Provence airport map.

 

L'image montre une femme souriante tenant un smartphone avec un écran affichant une application de paiement de taxi. L'application semble avoir une interface jaune avec un motif de damier de taxi et une icône de carte de crédit, suggérant une fonctionnalité pour payer un service de taxi directement depuis le téléphone. La mise au point est sur l'écran du téléphone, rendant le visage de la femme et l'arrière-plan intentionnellement flous pour attirer l'attention sur l'application.

How do I pay for a cab?

People often ask how to pay for a cab and whether they accept credit cards. We’ve got all the answers in this article, which we hope will give you some concrete answers about cab payment methods. First of all, we would like to remind you that cab fares are subject to agreement, which means that the fare is fixed.

Paying for a cab by credit card:

You can pay for your cab by credit card, with or without contact. Although contactless payment has a ceiling amount for security reasons, it is perfectly possible to carry out this operation in a cab. For longer journeys, cab drivers are equipped with a card reader so you can pay directly on board. We take this opportunity to remind you that only the amount shown on the meter is binding. If a cab driver shows you the fare to pay on his app, be aware that it’s a scam. It’s completely forbidden. In our case, we accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

Paying cash for a cab:

If you prefer, you can also pay in cash. In this case, we advise you to have some change with you so that the driver can give change properly, but normally he has everything he needs on board. However, you’ll have to pay for your trip in euros.

Paying for a cab with your smartphone:

It’s true that paying a cab driver with your cell phone is very convenient, but don’t forget that a phone can break down. For security reasons, we strongly advise you to have a second method of payment. Cab payment terminals are equipped to let you pay directly with your smartphone.

Paying for a cab with an app:

It is also possible to pay with an app at some cab ranks. However, this requires installing an application and creating an account, which is ultimately slower than payment by credit card.

 

 

 

 

 

L'image montre une clé insérée dans la serrure d'une porte de chambre d'hôtel, avec un porte-clé numéroté 206 en gros plan. La chambre à l'arrière-plan est floue, mais on peut discerner un lit double avec des draps blancs et une lampe de chevet allumée, ce qui crée une atmosphère accueillante et confortable. L'éclairage doux et la décoration intérieure suggèrent un environnement de repos et de détente.

Cab Novotel Marseille Airport

When arriving in the PACA region and looking for a cab to Marseille airport, it’s best to plan ahead to save time. Your cab can drop you off at

Novotel Aix-en-Provence Pont de l’Arc hotel

Fenouillères or

Novotel Aix-en-Provence Beaumanoir Les 3-Sautets

. We regularly make cab journeys in the PACA region. To find out how much a cab ride to your hotel will cost, take a look at our

our price simulator

. And if you’re looking for a cheap cab, there’s no such thing, because our rates are agreed!