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Rome2rio has found 6 ways to get from Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Arles by flight, bus, train, car and ferry. We recommend flying from Birmingham to Marseille and then taking the bus from Marseille - Marseille Provence Airport to Arles, which is the fastest and cheapest option, and takes around 5h 35m.
The cheapest way to get from Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Arles is to fly and bus which costs £70 - £190 and takes 5h 35m.More details
The quickest way to get from Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Arles is to fly and bus which costs £70 - £190 and takes 5h 35m.More details
The distance between Birmingham Airport (BHX) and Arles is 1083 km.
The best way to get from Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Arles without a car is to train via Paris which takes 9h 45m and costs £210 - £600.More details
It takes approximately 5h 35m to get from Birmingham Airport (BHX) to Arles, including transfers.More details
There is no direct flight from Birmingham Airport to Marseille Airport. The quickest flight takes 3h 40m and has one stopover.Search flights
Arles is 1h ahead of Birmingham Airport (BHX). It is currently 7:17 AM in Birmingham Airport (BHX) and 8:17 AM in Arles.
Swiss, Flybe, Iberia and six other airlines offer flights from Birmingham Airport to Marseille Airport.Search flights
There are 867+ hotels available in Arles. Prices start at 87€ per night.More details
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