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Angers is the capital of Anjou, located on the edge of River Maine in western France. Accessible by car, train, or plane, the city of Angers is well connected and centrally positioned at the heart of Europe. Angers has three train stations; Angers-Maître-Ecole, Angers-Saint-Serge, and Angers St Laud, but its main rail terminal is the train station Angers St Laud. TVG trains at the Angers St Laud train station provides a clean and quick getaway connecting travelers from Angers to major and international cities such as Paris, Brussels, and London in a few hours.
Travelers can get from Angers city center to train station Angers St Laud in various ways, including subway systems, buses, and taxis. Public buses are available in Angers, providing frequent access from the city center to Angers St Laud train station, a journey that takes less than five minutes. The ticket from the city center to the train station Angers St Laud costs 1.40 EUR (November 2019) for a one-hour unlimited ticket or four euros for a whole day pass. Bus transit lines that have routes passing near Angers St Laud train station include; bus 01, 05, 13, 15, 30, 32, 36, 41, and 44. Travelers can also access the rail station via tram line A. Tram line A is a one-line tramway that offers access throughout the town and connects the suburbs of Angers, La Roseraie, and Arville. Tramline tickets are integrated with the bus system and operate at the same cost.
The train station Angers St Laud is located at the heart of Angers city about 10 minutes' walking distance from the city center. The average distance from Angers city to the Angers St Laud train station is approximately 0.3 miles (0.4 kilometers). Taxis are readily available, offering a fast way to get to the Angers St Laud train station, especially for passengers with huge luggage. One of the major taxi companies in Angers town is Allo Anjou. Angers St Laud train station connects Angers to local towns in Loire Valley, including; Nantes, Blois, Tours, Orleans, and Amboise.
Angers St Laud offers services aimed at enhancing the accessibility of the train station to travelers with limited mobility. The train station has accessible bathrooms and elevators as well as raised platforms to take care of the needs of people with limited mobility. Those with limited mobility are advised to call two days in advance for inquiry and reservation. For assistance in boarding the train, the traveler should arrive at the train station platform at least 30 minutes before the departure time. If a traveler with limited mobility requires a boarding ramp or wheelchair, they are available at the airport for free. Disabled, elderly, and other disadvantaged travelers are offered assistance and priority at the various ticket booking places and at train boarding. TGV trains also have special coaches and spaces for travelers with wheelchairs and limited mobility.
Travelers can take advantage of Angers St Laud train station's location right in the heart of the city to explore several points of interest nearby. Built around 1230 by St. Louis, Castle Angers is one of the main tourist attractions in the city, just a stone's throw from the station. It houses the tapestry of the Apocalypse, a jewel of French art that is very exciting to visit. A few kilometers further is the cemetery of Pere-Lachaise, the final resting place of many iconic and archaic Frenchmen and women. Travelers can also have a look at some of the most captivating museums in the area, including the Museum of Fine Arts and Jean-Lurcat Museum. Angers is the right place for travelers looking for classic French culture. After hours of sightseeing, travelers can experience a taste of Medieval France by grabbing some delicious, local French food such as galettes in the inviting setting of the Creperie du Château in the center of Anger's historic quarter.