Heading to Aix-en-Provence?
TGV Lyria stops at Aix-en-Provence TGV station! TGV Lyria trains stop at Aix-en-Provence as part of the daily service between Geneva and Marseille.
🚋 Do you prefer to use public transport?
The intercity and regional network ensures access to Aix-en-Provence TGV station and provides a shuttle service several times a day to the cities in the region:
- Bus number 40: Airport shuttle on level -1: from Hall A, access via the NORD entrance using the stairs or lift.
- Coach 66: from Marseille Airport to Digne
- Coach 211: from Vitrolles to Plan d’Aillane
- Coach 40: Shuttle service between Aix city centre and Marseille Airport
Pssst! Self-service electric vehicle hire (cars and scooters) are available in the P3 station car park. There are also taxi ranks and car hire facilities available.
💡 Our tip: Download La Métropole Mobilité app for seamless travel all over Aix-en-Provence.
Top-notch customer services at the station
Aix-en-Provence TGV station also offers various useful services for travellers:
- lost property (information point),
- disabled passenger reception (Hall A reception zone)
- free-access connected leisure spaces and a food court for eat-in or takeaway meals
- The ticket office is located in Hall A, where you’ll find self-service kiosks and a travel centre where you can buy or exchange your tickets for leisure or business travel.
- free and unlimited Wi-Fi
More information about the station
Address: On the main D9 road,13592 Aix-en-Provence, France
Opening hours: Aix-en-Provence TGV station is open Monday to Thursday and Saturday from 5:00 am to 00:45 am, Friday and Sunday from 5:00 am to 1:15 am and on public holidays from 5:00 am to 1:15 am.
For more information, please visit the Train Station and SNCF connections website.
💡 Did you know? Located in the heart of the forest on the Arbois Plateau, the scent of pines welcomes travellers as soon as they alight from the train at Aix-en-Provence TGV station. In the hometown of Cézanne, the azure panorama offers a majestic backdrop to Sainte-Victoire mountain, immortalised by the painter in many of his works. In 2010, the TGV station was designed based on the curves of this emblematic mountain.
Hoping for a trouble-free journey?
We recommend you board your TGV Lyria no later than 2 minutes before the departure time shown on your ticket. This will guarantee you a place on board with us. We wouldn’t want to leave without you!