Getting Here


Traveling to Lourdes is a smooth experience because the South of France offers many travel options with multiple nearby airports, an extensive railway network and great road infrastructure. 
The fastest trip from outside Europe is flying via Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to Tarbes-Lourdes (LDE) or Pau-Pyrenees (PUF). From CDG, take the TGV train (several connections to Lourdes). From LDE or PUF, take a taxi or rent a car.
Flying from Europe or Northern Africa? Toulouse (TLS) offers direct flights to 60 destinations. From Toulouse, rent a car or use the TGV high speed train.
From select European destinations, check for direct flights to the closest airports to Lourdes: Tarbes-Lourdes (LDE) and Pau-Pyrenees (PUF). From LDE or PUF, take a taxi or rent a car.
If you’d like to combine your trip with some beach days, fly to Biarritz (BIQ). From Biarritz, rent a car or take a train.
There are plenty of car rental options available at each airport to make your trip to Lourdes fast and easy. 
Distances to Lourdes from nearby airports:
LDE (15km) - driving time 0:15
PUF (65km) - driving time 0:45 
BIQ (170km) - driving time 1:35
TLS (180m) - driving time 1:45

By Train and Bus

By Train:
Lourdes has a train station, the gare de Lourdes, and is served by the Toulouse–Bayonne line via the TGV high speed train, Intercités de Nuit (night trains), Intercités (long distance trains) and TER (local trains) services operated by the SNCF.

By Bus:
Both FlixBus and OuiBus have a station in Lourdes.