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Coming and getting around in the Lot Valley

Coming to Cahors

By car, train, plane, bus, taxi or even carpooling... Several options are available to you to get to our destination. Scroll below to access details.

Coming to the Lot valley: by car
Coming to the Lot valley: by car
Lot Tourisme - C. Novello

By car

Cahors is served by the A20 motorway (Occitane) which connects Montauban to Vierzon.

Paris is therefore at 5h30, Toulouse at 1h15.

Cahors is also served by the departmental D820 (ex N20).

Cahors 560 km from Paris and 110 km from Toulouse.

Coming to the Lot valley: by train
Coming to the Lot valley: by train
Febi Ariyanto

By train

The Paris-Toulouse line puts Paris at 5 hours from Cahors and Toulouse at 1 hour. The TGV can be taken in Montauban or Agen to connect Bordeaux and Montpellier.

Cahors train station
Place Jouinot Gambetta
46000 Cahors
Tel: 36 35
www.voyages-sncf.com
ter.sncf.com/occitanie

SNCF station of Monsempron-Libos
Station Square
47500 Monsempron-Libos
Tel: 36 35
www.voyages-sncf.com

Coming to the Lot valley: by plane
Coming to the Lot valley: by plane
Mudassir Ali

By plane

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport
1h15 from Cahors
National and international connections
www.toulouse.aeroport.fr

Brive Airport - Dordogne Valley
1 hour from Cahors
National and international connections
www.aeroport-brive-vallee-dordogne.com

Cahors-Lalbenque aerodrome
Tourism aircraft
Tel: 05 65 21 52 12

Getting around in the Lot valley: by bus
Getting around in the Lot valley: by bus
Sinitta Leunen

By bus

Flixbus coaches serve Cahors from Paris and Toulouse. Stopping and dropping off are at the De Gaulle bus station. The path :

-Paris Charles de Gaulle
- Paris Porte Maillot
-Paris Orly
- Limoges
- Brive la Gaillarde
-Cahors
-Montauban
-Toulouse Matabiau

Calculate your route and book your tickets

Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Jackson david

Taxi

Many taxis are at your disposal to take you to one of the villages of the Lot Valley or to leave our territory at the end of your stay.

Taxis and car rental companies

Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Tobi

By carpool

Many carpooling sites exist. Inexpensive and practical, they make it possible to connect individuals who wish to take passengers with them. It is also an ecological mode of transport because it allows the use of a single car for the journey of several people.

Many journeys stop in Cahors and in the towns and villages of the Lot. Also important, for the Toulouse-Paris journey for example, you can contact the drivers directly for their ask for a stop on the way even if they didn't fill it in.

One of the best known and most reliable sites for carpooling is Bla Bla Car.

Getting around in the Lot Valley

Go to Saint-Cirq-Lapopie

Saint-Cirq-Lapopie
Saint-Cirq-Lapopie
T.Verneuil
By car

From Cahors, you are about 30 minutes away, two routes are available to you:

By bus

Saint-Cirq Lapopie is served by the line 889 Cahors-Figeac. The bus drops you off either in Bouziès where there is a walk and a towpath along the Lot (about 1 hour on foot) to Saint-Cirq Lapopie; either at the beach at the bottom of the village at Tour-de-Faure which is a 30-minute walk from the village.

A line Cahors - Cajarc (n°878) is set up for the summer, from July 1 to August 31, 7 days a week. There is a stop at the foot of the village (camping) and at the place du Balat in the village: 7 €

Taxi

It takes about 100 euros for the round trip (total price for 4 people maximum).

The list of taxis and vehicle rental companies

 

Go to Montcuq-en-Quercy-Blanc

Village of Montcuq
Village of Montcuq
Lot Tourisme - J. Morel
By car

From Cahors take the D653 Cahors - Montcuq. Exit 58, take the D19 Cahors - Castelnau-Montratier.

By bus By transport on demand

 

Getting around by public transport

Getting around in the Lot valley: by bus
Getting around in the Lot valley: by bus
Alexander Isreb

A free shuttle connects the 2 free relay car parks in Cahors (Les Chartreux and Ludo-Rollès) outside the loop and the city center. In 2 minutes it drops you off in the city center of Cahors. It runs from Monday to Saturday morning with a passage every 10 or 20 minutes from the park and rides and stops.

An obvious bus the city bus solution, which connects the different districts of Cahors. Free. 4 lines to get around in the city centre.

Tel: 0806 80 10 60 or contact@bus-evidence.fr
https://www.bus-evidence.fr/

Lot buses link of the communes of the Lot, if you wish to go to Saint-Cirq Lapopie, Puy-l'Évêque or even Figeac for example.

Routes and timetables (hourly guides available at the Tourist Office)

Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Peter Fazekas
Carpooling

Blablacar connects drivers with passengers who can adapt to their routes and schedules. 

Getting around in the Lot valley: by bus
Getting around in the Lot valley: by bus
Le Minh
Coach

RAYNAL TRAVEL
48 Boulevard Gambetta
Such. : 05 65 23 71 71

Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Getting around in the Lot valley: by car
Jackson david
Taxis and vehicle rentals

It is possible to call a taxi or rent a vehicle to move around the Lot valley.

Car rental companies and taxis

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