The Université Grenoble Alpes also teaches courses in Valence.

Taking the bus

Get off at the Latour Maubourg stop via bus services:
  • 2, every 10 minutes
  • 9, every 30 minutes
  • Citéa (Valence-Romans service), every 15 minutes at rush hour
> For more information, have a look at the website of the Valence urban transport network.

Travelling by car from Grenoble, Lyon or Marseille

Taking the motorway to Valence from:
  • Grenoble: A49 - Grenoble (90km), Chambéry (146km). Come off at junction 35: Valence Centre — Bourg-lès-Valence
  • Lyon: A7 - Lyon (100km), Paris (581km). Come off at junction 14: Bourg-lès-Valence, then follow signs to Valence Est - Gare TGV
  • Marseille: A7 - Marseille (215km), Avignon (139km). Come off at junction 14: Bourg-lès-Valence, then follow signs to Valence Est - Gare TGV

Travelling from Valence city train station

Hop on bus service no.1 to Le Plan Thabor, and get off at the "Latour Maubourg" stop.

Travelling from Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport

There is a TGV (high-speed train) service from Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport to Valence TGV station.

Travelling from Geneva airport

A coach service is running from the airport to Grenoble. Service run daily, every hour from 6am to 11pm. Then there is a TGV service from Grenoble to Valence TGV

Updated on March 30, 2017