Local trams and buses are run by Fil Bleu; many lines stop near the main hub, place Jean-Jaurès. Tickets are sold at tram stations, by bus drivers and at tabacs. Line C (Citadine) runs east–west through the city cen…
The train station is 1.5km north of the château, on the opposite side of the Loire. Destinations include Blois (€7.20, 20 minutes, 15 to 20 daily), Tours (€5.70, 13 to 23 minutes, 13 to 22 daily) and Paris (€18.50 t…
At this innovative, government-financed resource centre for cyclists and hikers, opened in 2017, you can repair or tune up your bike (free), shower (€2), leave your stuff in a locker (€3 per day), and pick up free/f…
Operates buses to destinations around the Indre-et-Loire département from Tours' intercity bus station (halte routière). Destinations include Amboise (one hour, eight daily Monday to Saturday), served by line C.
Rents bicycles (helmet, visibility vest and breakdown service included); staff are happy to provide advice and route maps.
This veteran bike shop rents, repairs and sells bicycles. Situated directly across the river from the town centre.
Part of a Loire-wide bike-rental network. In an oval pavilion along the river, across from the tourist office.
Has offices at the train station, the St-Pierre-des-Corps TGV station and the airport (by reservation).
Linked to Dublin and London Stansted by Ryanair. Situated 6km northeast of the centre.
Tours' intercity bus station is in front of the train station.