Perpignan

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Overview

South of France, in reach of Spain

About France


Getting there You can get to Perpignan from Avignon, Lyon and Marseille. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 04:53 € 20
From Brussels 07:25 € 158
From Paris Cdg Airport 05:44 € 118
From Avignon 02:17 € 15
From Lyon 03:31 € 37
From Marseille 03:46 € 47
From Toulouse 02:17 € 23
From Montpellier 01:26 € 17
From Lille 06:39 € 142
From Aix En Provence Tgv 02:39 € 40
From Valence 02:47 € 20
From Nimes 01:54 € 21
From Vierzon 07:36 € 104
From Limoges 05:52 € 44
From Marne La Vallee 05:31 € 118
From Nancy 10:44 € 51
From Gourdon 04:06 € 41
From Castelnaudary 01:54 € 17
From Banyuls Sur Mer 00:30 € 9
From Narbonne 00:32 € 10
From Port La Nouvelle 00:28 € 9
From Port Vendres 00:25 € 9
From Argeles Sur Mer 00:16 € 9
From Collioure 00:21 € 9
From Cerbere 00:37 € 9
From Prades 00:40 € 9
From Marseillan-plage 01:22 € 19
From Carcassonne 01:34 € 15
From Sete 01:19 € 22
From Agde 01:03 € 15
From Beziers 00:44 € 13
From Villefranche Vern 00:48 € 9
From Rivesaltes 00:05 € 9


Getting around From Perpignan, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Rivesaltes 00:06 € 9
To Argeles Sur Mer 00:19 € 9
To Collioure 00:26 € 9
To Port La Nouvelle 00:31 € 9
To Port Vendres 00:32 € 9
To Banyuls Sur Mer 00:39 € 9
To Prades 00:44 € 9
To Cerbere 00:48 € 9
To Narbonne 00:48 € 10
To Villefranche Vern 00:53 € 9
To Marseillan-plage 01:27 € 20
To Beziers 01:50 € 13
To Agde 01:55 € 15
To Montpellier 02:39 € 17
To Nimes 02:48 € 20
To Sete 02:50 € 15
To Carcassonne 03:23 € 15
To Castelnaudary 04:10 € 20
To Toulouse 04:14 € 21
To Avignon 04:37 € 15
To Valence 05:05 € 25
To Gourdon 05:06 € 52
To Aix En Provence Tgv 05:22 € 30
To Marseille 05:53 € 27
To Valencia 06:08 € 69
To Lyon 06:22 € 20
To Marne La Vallee 07:31 € 59
To Paris Cdg Airport 07:45 € 61
To Alicante 08:06 € 86
To Limoges 08:10 € 53
To Vierzon 08:30 € 55
To Bern 08:36 € 105
To Zurich 09:43 € 122
To Paris 11:04 € 20
To Milan 11:44 € 90
To Lille 12:41 € 69
To Nancy 12:43 € 51
To Brussels 13:16 € 76

While you're there

Perpignan, between Spain and France, it’s a whole culture!

In 1963, Salvador Dali declared that the railway station of Perpignan was indeed the centre of the whole universe. Is it real or not, nobody knows. Yet one thing is for sure: Perpignan, capital of the Pyrénées Orientales department, is definitely a pleasurable city.

Perpignan used to belong to the counts of Barcelona and became french only after the Thirty Years’ War in 1659. Thus, you should not be surprised to find there a pretty interesting mixture of catalan and french cultures.

Wonders like the cathedral of Saint John the Baptist or the Palace of the Kings of Majorca, as well as many places and ballads along the river Basse are not to be missed.
Together with tasty wines from the Roussillon area, you might also enjoy the traditionnal boles de picolat (delicious catalan meatballs served with beans).

In Perpignan and around, you will find all you were looking for!

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Customer reviews

  • "ok"    
    Everything was good)) Quietly, comfortable and very fast)) Thanks)  
  • "Trip to the South!"    
    This was a wonderful experience! The seats were more comfortable than on the airplane flying back to Paris! The food on the train was excellent but a bit on the expensive side. I will however, recommend the TGV.  
  • "Baggage and announcements"    
    We found the lack of enough suitcase storage space very annoying. This meant we had to drag our suitcases down the aisle sideways as there was not enough space in the aisle to wheel them along. People were forced to leave their suitcases near exit doors, which made it difficult and dangerous to get on and off the train. The racks above the seats were also too small to store anything larger than a small backpack. In all the countries we traveled through on previous trips to Europe, announcements on the trains were made first in that country's language and then in English. EXCEPT in France..Tthis is still the case!!!..the only announcement made in English was which carriage had the cafeteria. The French need to realise that English is the universal language!!!!!!!!!!!  
  • "Outstanding "    
    Thank you for a wonderful trip and making my holiday in France such a great experience.  
  • "a delightful journal"    
    My husband and I are from the US and thoroughly enjoyed our train trip. Our seats were comfortable; the food service was great; we arrived on time. Our only difficulty was that announcements were of course, in French, so we sometimes weren't sure of what was going on (like when the food was to be served). I was not thrilled with the on-line ordering process and the cost of shipping my tickets from Mumbai - but that is for another survey.  
  • "Going Home"    
    This was the second last leg of our France Trip. We boarded on time and found our seats, which were at the back of the carriage. As there were 4 of us, we were conveniently seated behind a little petition. The train ride was very pleasant indeed. We bought a coffee after a couple of hours and enjoyed the scenery. The trip went fast and we would certainly travel again with TGV. We wish they had trains like this in Australia !