I will be travelling from Touleouse to Pont de Suert in Spain soon. It seems public transport is not so regular all the way.

I know if Uber works in similar ways to other countries I have been to it will be OK

Is there some way I can have an idea about how easy it is, and the cost (Compared to other countries and in general)?

Are there similar modern services that can be appropriate?

I think it might need for 1 Hour. Rome2rio estimates taxi costs at around 100€

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    I am not sure I follow your question. Are you looking for list of services similar to Uber? – Karlson Jul 13 '16 at 17:41
  • I would like to have some idea about how easy it is to get a ride, and the costs. – Olav Jul 13 '16 at 17:47
  • Why not just launch Uber and put in your start point and end point and just check. I am not sure I follow what it is you're looking for. There are no aggregators for ride share sites since payment is dependent on distance. – Karlson Jul 13 '16 at 17:52
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    According to google map, toulouse to pont de suert by car is about 3 hours (in good weather); what is the 1 hour for ? – Max Jul 13 '16 at 18:00
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    Parts of the route is covered by frequent trains and buses. So 1 hour is what I think I can't have easily covered – Olav Jul 13 '16 at 21:12

Can't you rent a car and drive yourself to your destination ? is it a round-trip the same day or multi-day service?

You could rent a "voiture de tourisme avec chauffeur" (VTC) (similar to a limousine service) to drive you there.

I believe for such an unusual destination ( at least from Toulouse), you'd better get direct quotes from taxi and VTC services.

A quick search would set you back at least 300 euros one-way, if not more. (about the same thing for Uber)

for example :


  • In the end I "took the chance" and had to wait 2 hours at a small French station. In the end it cost me around €70 to cross the border and reach the Spanish public transport system.. (I didn't feel like calling in French to local taxi companies for quotes). Its the kind of thing I could have handled better if I had known more about travelling in France. About Uber: in France it does exist, but not the coverage I am used to. In Spain it seams easy to get a taxi, in Barcelona it seems the taxi companies worked a bit like Uber, with their own apps etc. – Olav Aug 19 '16 at 9:23

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