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How to Get to Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University

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Arriving from Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport


The Rhônexpress tram serves as a link between Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport and the centre of Lyon, to Part-Dieu train station (journey time approx. 30 minutes). For those aged between 12 and 25, a one-way ticket will cost 13.20€ (online and onsite). If you are over the age of 25, a ticket will cost you 14.70€ (2016 rate).
> For more information visit:www.rhonexpress.fr

Taxis are also available to take you directly from the airport to your chosen destination. A trip to the centre of Lyon costs about 50€ and 75€.


Getting to the Manufacture des Tabacs


From Part-Dieu train station (Lyon’s main train station)

Take the T4 tram, direction Hopital Feyzin Venissieux | Get off at the Manufacture-Montluc stop
Or, take metro line B, direction Gare d’Oullins |Get off at Saxe-Gambetta and then take line D, direction Gare de Vénissieux | Get off at Sans-Souci. Follow the boulevard in the same direction as traffic until you reach the Manufacture des Tabacs campus.
Or, take the C25 bus, direction Saint-Priest Plaine de Saythe | Get off at the Manufacture-Montluc stop.

From Perrache train station
Take metro line A, direction Vaux en Velin la Soie| Get off at Bellecour and then take line D, direction Gare de Vénissieux | Get off at Sans-Souci. Follow the boulevard in the same direction as traffic until you reach the Manufacture des Tabacs campus.
If you wish to leave your bags at our Luggage Service, enter the Manufacture des Tabacs campus via 6 Rue Rollet and you can leave it there for the day.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm


Getting Around


  • Public transport


The metro, tram and bus systems are all easy way’s to get around Lyon and its suburbs.
Students under 28 years of age can apply for a Campus pass for 30.20€ per month.
Other passes are also available including; weekly, single, 10 packs, etc.




> For more information visit the TCL website (Lyon Public Transport)

  • Bikes


A great way to travel around Lyon is by using the Vélo’v public bicycles. This bike-hiring system allows you to hire and return bikes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any of the 300 stations in the city. The first 30 minutes are free if you have a TCL or Vélo’v card.

  • Trains

Visiting both the local region and other areas of France is easy by train. A return ticket from Lyon to Paris will cost around 50€ with a Carte 12-27 (card allowing reduced fares for 12-27 year olds).

> For more information visit www.voyages-sncf.com
> For more information visit www.ter-sncf.com

  • Cars | Car-sharing

Car-sharing is another excellent means of touring around France and the region.
> For more information visit www.covoiturage.fr
> For more information visit www.covoiturage-grandlyon.com


Last updated: November 10, 2016