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Getting There — Narbonne has rail, bus, and highway connections with other cities on the Mediterranean coast and with Toulouse. Rail travel is the best way to get here, with regular daily trains from Perpignan (trip time: 35 min.; one-way from 13€), 13 per day from Toulouse (trip time: 1.25 hr.; one-way fare from 19€), and 42 per day from Montpellier (trip time: from 58 min.; one-way fare is 17.40€). From Paris, the TGV runs directly to Narbonne (trip time: 4.5 hr.; one-way from 76€). Train information and schedules are on www.oui.sncf or call tel. 36-35 (.40€/min.). If you’re driving, Narbonne is at the junction of A61 and A9, easily accessible from either Toulouse or the Riviera.

Visitor Information — The Office de Tourisme is at 31 rue Jean Jaurès (www.narbonne-tourism.co.uk; tel. 04-68-65-15-60).

Getting AroundLa Citadine is a free shuttle around the town center. Taxi: tel. 06-73-22-33-78.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.