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Getting to and around GAM

L’Autunois is ideally located in the heart of Burgundy, in the north of Saône-et-Loire on the foothills of the Morvan, close to Beaune, Chalon-sur-Saône, Dijon.
Find out how to get to Autunois Morvan on this page. Whether you’re coming from France or abroad, we’ll explain it all.


The preferred means of transport to get to and around Grand Autunois Morvan is by car. Not only are you independent of your departure and arrival times, but you also enjoy the varied landscapes between hills and plateaus.

For a reduced carbon footprint, you can also consult the various websites of bus journey providers such as Flixbus, BlaBlabus, etc. What’s more, new MOBIGO bus services have just been introduced to and from the Le Creusot-Montceau-Montchanin TGV station, to coincide with train arrivals and departures. In Autun, the number of bus routes has also increased over the year, making it easier for you to get around Autun.

However, if you want to travel to the Morvan or outside Autun, it’s best to rent a car.



We’re lucky to have a TGV station close to Autun, which reduces travel time from Paris to 1h15 and 45 minutes from Lyon (station to station).

As the “Le Creusot-Montceau-Montchanin” TGV station is located near the commune of “Le Creusot”, you’ll need to drive from the station to Autun, and count on a 2h00 journey from Paris and 1h15 from Lyon (TGV + road).

To come from Germany, a daily TGV line links Frankfurt am Main to the Chalon-sur-Saône TGV station. You can then take a “Mobigo” bus which operates direct routes to Autun. If you want to get around Autun, it’s also best to rent a car from Chalon-sur-Saône, as you’ll save time avoiding the bus timetable and be able to move around the Grand Autunois Morvan at your convenience.

Another TER station in Nevers in the Nièvre allows you to get closer to Saône-et-Loire too. You’ll then need to take a TER from Nevers to Étang-sur-Arroux, then a shuttle bus from this commune to Autun if your final destination is Autun, otherwise the best thing to do is rent a car from Nevers to be able to get around the Autunois Morvan.

You can either rent a car or take a shuttle bus from the TGV stations. By car, it takes 35 minutes from Le Creusot and 1h00 from Chalon-sur-Saône . By bus, it takes 50 minutes from Le Creusot and 1h10 from Chalon-sur-Saône. Check out the new direct bus timetable between Le Creusot-Montceau-Montchanin TGV Station and Autun.


If you’re coming from a more distant destination, compare high-speed trains with planes. For example, it’s very practical to come from Frankfurt on the spot or Barcelona by TGV rather than by plane, estimating airport waiting times and baggage constraints.

If you choose or need to fly, the best option is to land at Paris CDG or Lyon Saint-Exupéry airports and take the TGV that comes directly to the “Le Creusot-Montceau-Montchanin” TGV station.

Autun has its own airfield, contact it to find out about accessibility conditions.

What you need to know

Region Department

Burgundy/Saône-et-Loire (71)




Autun & Chalon-sur-Saône




37,258 inhabitants


1252.3 km² of land

Public transport in the GAM

2 transport networks are available to get around Grand Autunois Morvan and the surrounding area. The first is run by the local community of communes, while the second is run by the Burgundy Franche-Comté region.

On the move

The “ça roule en Grand Autunois Morvan” transport network has evolved this summer 2022 with new urban bus lines.


On demand: In parallel with the regular lines, Grand Autunois Morvan has created a Transport à la Demande (TAD) service for all the communes in its territory. Transport on demand operates all year round, except on public holidays. Vehicles are accessible to people with reduced mobility. TAD is organized by geographical sector. Reservations must be made by telephone, the day before the trip, on 03 85 86 92 58.

All the info on the new offer

Plans, fares and timetablesTAD – operation


This is an information center designed to help you plan your journeys in Burgundy, whatever mode you use (train, bus, streetcar, coach, bike, carpooling, carsharing…). The aim is to give you all the information you need about public transport and alternatives to the private car available in Burgundy. Available in French and English, and accessible to the disabled, Mobigo is designed to be as easy to use as possible. In particular, you’ll find all the transport timetables and fares.



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