In French, to talk about the means of transport you are taking, you can use the prepositions à, en or par.
Learn how to use prepositions with means of transport in French
Look at the following examples including means of transport:
When talking about travelling somewhere, you will use à for "individual" modes of transport (walking, bicycle, bike etc), and en for "group" modes of transport (bus, coach, car, subway, etc).
Note that you can also use par le with trains and par with planes, and that for bicycles, you can use either à vélo or en vélo.
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