Auxerre Tips

Auxerre – Tips


Getting there

By Car
By Train
CalaisA1, A5, A64:15 hoursvia Paris (station change), 6:10 hours
ParisA62 hoursDirect
1:45 hour
DieppeA151, A13, A63:30 hoursvia Rouen, Paris (station change)
6 hours
Le HavreA13, A63:30 hoursvia Paris (station change)
5 hours
CherbourgN13, A13, A65 hours via Paris (station change, Laroche Migennes
6:30 hours
MarseillesA7, A65:30 hours via Paris (station change)
5:30 hours

Air: Auxerre has no airport that covers scheduled flights. The closest airports offering international flights would be Paris and/or Lyon

Ferry: Auxerre is inland, so no ferries.

Bus: There are several long distance bus operators going to this city from different cities in France (and Europe). Click on one of the links below to see which departure city is covered.

Flixbus Logo

Flixbus has several daily buses between Paris and Auxerre. Other departure cities are also possible.

Ouibus logo

Ouibus (also known now as BlaBlaBus) has a bus service between Paris and Auxerre, and several other cities.

Within Auxerre

Travelling within Auxerre, especially with a car can prove to be difficult. There are a lot of cars and very few parking spots. They do operate a bus service. Click here to access their website to find out which bus you need to take.

Walking seems to be the preferred method of discovering the old city.


There are some 110 restaurants in and around Auxerre. Most of them are typical French cuisine. There are NO Michelin Starred restaurants in Auxerre.


There are 25 hotels in Auxerre. 3 of them are 4 stars, the remainder 3 stars or less. The only international hotel chains operating in Auxerre are Best Western and the Accor group (with Ibis hotels).

Things To See/To Do

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