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Getting to Angers

Angers, the capital of Anjou in the Loire Valley, is a human-sized city that is renowned for quality of living, easy to access and a short journey from Paris

Situated at the entrance to western France in the Loire Valley, the city of Angers is a short journey from Paris (1 hr 20 mins by direct TGV), just an hour and a half from the Atlantic coast and no more than four hours from Europe’s capital cities.
Angers is located between Nantes and Le Mans. The city has over 150,000 inhabitants and is part of an urban community of 300,000 people – nearly 50% of which are under 30.

How to get to Angers

The capital of Anjou is a city on a human scale, with an ideally located city centre TGV station, and an extensive public transport network, the Irigo bus and tram system. All of this makes getting around in Angers straightforward.


35 minutes from Nantes
Less than 90 minutes from Paris-Montparnasse
2 hrs 20 minutes from Paris Charles de Gaulle (direct TGV)
4 hrs from Lyon
3 hrs 30 minutes from Lille
4 hrs from Bordeaux

By air

40 minutes from Nantes Atlantique airport
2 hrs 20 minutes from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

By car

at the intersection of the A11, A85 and A87 highways
45 minutes from Nantes
2 hrs 30 minutes from Paris
1 hr 45 minutes from Rennes
3 hrs 40 minutes from Bordeaux

Visiting us

The Destination Angers team will be delighted to welcome you at its facilities.

Exhibition Park:
Route de Paris – 49000 Angers

Tourist Office:
7, Place Kennedy – 49100 Angers

Convention Centre:
33, Boulevard Carnot – 49100 Angers