By Road:

Parking nearby, on the river banks (quai de la Roquette), boulevard Georges Clemenceau (note: restricted parking on Saturday morning), or avenue Sadi Carnot at the end of which, on the right hand side, there is a big parking.

Since April 2016, parking in the historical center and its immediate surroundings is paid-for, every day, from 9h to 7pm with prices ranging from 1 to 3 euros/hour. You may want to ask about the opportunity to park in our private garage (depending on availability and for a small fee). For free parking, please head place Gabriel Péri (10 min walk to us), place St Pierre (15 min walk) or to the train station patking lot (20 min walk but where it would be easier to find a spot).

From Paris
freeway A7/A9/A54, exit Arles Centre
From Italy
freeway A7 then A54, exit Arles Centre
From Spain
freeway A9 then A54, exit Arles Centre

By train:

Direct TGV (High-speed) trains Paris-Arles (4h) or TGV Paris-Avignon + connection to Arles (2h40 + 40 minutes).
During summer, Eurostar runs trains from the UK to Avignon and Marseilles, where it is possible to connect to Arles (+40/50 minutes).

Arriving by train
Mia Casa is a 20-minute walk away from Arles' train station. The simplest route is to follow the banks of the Rhone river. Note: from the station, a free shuttle departing at 10 and 40 past the hour (Mon-Sat and till 7:10pm), the Navia, serves the historical center. Get off at "Grenier". Mia Casa is then located on a street perpendicular to the Rhone, a two minutes walk carrying on in the same direction.

By plane:

Arles is located 25km away from Nimes airport, 65km away from Marseille-Provence airport, 35km away fromAvignon airport and 72 km away from Montpellier airport. You may then continue your journey by public transport as Arles is well connected to each of these cities by bus or train.
From Nimes airport, a shuttle - whose schedule is coordinated with that of flights - can take you to Nimes' train station from where there are frequent trains to Arles (travel time: 30 minutes).
From Montpellier airport, a shuttle bus can take you to the tramway station "Place de l'Europe", which serves Montpellier's train station where you can hop on a train to Arles (travel time: 50 minutes).
At the airport Marseille-Provence, a shuttle will take you to the airport station where you may hop on a direct train to Arles. Buses and trains can also easily take you to Marseilles' train station from where there are regular trains to Arles (travel time: 50 minutes).

In addition to regular flights operated by national airlines...

…coming from the North of France:
Ryanair flies from Lille to Marseille.

… coming from Belgium:
From Brussels (Charleroi), Ryanair operates flights to Nîmes, Marseille and Montpellier.

… coming from the Great Britain and Ireland:
Ryanair flies to Nîmes from London and Liverpool, and to Montpellier from Leeds. The company can also take you to Marseille from London Stansted, Dublin and Edinburgh.
Flybe operates flights between Avignon and many cities in the United Kingdom: Belfast, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Guernsey, Inverness, Isles of Man, Jersey, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle, Southampton. It also flies to Avignon from Dublin.
Jet2 links Avignon and Leeds Bradford.
EasyJet flies to Marseille from Bristol, and to Montpellier from London Gatwick and Luton.

…coming from the Netherlands:
Transavia operates flights between Amsterdam and Montpellier. Ryanair flies from Eindhoven to Marseille.

…coming from Germany:
Ryanair operates flights from Frankfurt-Hahn to Montpellier. Germanwings flies from Cologne to Marseille.

… coming from Denmark:
Cimber Sterling runs flights to Montpellier from Copenhagen and other cities.

...coming from Spain
Spanair runs chartered flights to Marseille from Barcelona, Seville and Ibiza. Ryanair connects Madrid and Malaga to Marseille.

...coming from Italy
WindJet runs flights between Marseille and Catania.
Twin Jet operates a Marseille-Milan as well as a Marseille-Palermo.
XL also connects Marseilles to Palermo.

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