Perpignan Travel Plans

Welcome to a city where the wine flows like the river, the seafood is fresher than a fish's first day of school, and the northern winds will have you questioning why you even packed a hat.

Save destination

How long are you staying?

Romantic stays

Stays on a budget

Family-friendly stays

How to get to Perpignan


The best way to get to Perpignan by plane is to fly to Perpignan–Rivesaltes Airport, which is located approximately 7 km north of the city center. Flights to Perpignan are available from multiple cities throughout Europe such as London, Paris and Barcelona.


The best way to get to Perpignan by car is to take the A9 motorway, which runs along the Mediterranean coast and connects to the rest of France and Europe. The journey from Montpellier to Perpignan takes around an hour and a half. Once in Perpignan there are several car parks available throughout the city center.


Perpignan is well-connected by train with high-speed TGV trains from Paris, Marseille and Barcelona. The Perpignan train station is located in the heart of the city just a short walk from the historic center.


Perpignan is not connected to any major sea ports and therefore there are no boat services available to the city.


National and international bus companies offer services to Perpignan from various cities in France and Europe. The bus station in Perpignan is located on Boulevard Saint-Assiscle, just over a kilometre from the city center.

Explore elsewhere

A 5-Day Bubbly Tour of Reims, France

Reims is a charming city located in the Champagne region of France with a rich history dating back to the Roman era. It is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its stunning Gothic cathedral, excellent champagne houses, and renowned gastronomy. Visitors can explore the city's famous landmarks, indulge in local delicacies, and sample world-class champagne in Reims.

Dijon Delights: A 5-Day Family Adventure on a Budget

Dijon, France offers a wonderful family-friendly destination with its rich history and beautiful architecture. Take a stroll through the city's charming streets, where you can explore the famous Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy or enjoy a picnic in one of the many picturesque parks. Don't forget to indulge in some delicious local cuisine, including the renowned Dijon mustard!

Two Days of Budget Bliss in Tours, France

Visiting Tours, France on a limited budget is not hard to achieve with the city's affordable accommodations, free attractions, and cheap transportation. Take a self-guided walking tour of the charming old town and enjoy some of the local delicacies at one of the farmer's markets. Explore the beautiful Château de Villandry with its stunning Renaissance gardens or take a bike ride along the scenic Loire River.

4-Day Adventure: Metz, France's best-kept secret

Metz is a charming city, located in the northeast of France that has a lot to offer to tourists. Famous for its striking gothic Metz Cathedral, it's also home to several well-curated museums, a lively food scene, and bustling markets. A trip to Metz, France is a must for architecture enthusiasts, art lovers, and anyone seeking a blend of history, culture, and fun.