The most import landmark in Clermont-Ferrand is the Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne Airport, but one also can find some smaller landmarks in the city like the Conseil régional d'Auvergne or the Musée d’Art Roger-Quilliot. Another visible feature which has been designed very well by SCS Software is the Clermont-Ferrand tramway. It can be found in the city centre opposite of the bus station.
The city centre of Clermont-Ferrand is divided in two parts by a railway. The eastern part includes an IKA Bohag and a Tradeaux depot, as well as a garage, a gas station and a service shop, while truckers can visit a Bâtisse construction area, a Gomme du Monde, a hotel and a recruitment agency in the western part.
The airport area with an FLE depot is located at the street to the southeast of the city. Driving further on this road, one can find a Nos Pâturages farm and a Subse depot, of which the latter is located in another industrial area.
The city's main connection is the which runs to Bordeaux in western and Lyon in eastern direction. The links the city with the north of France, above all with Bourges and Saint-Laurent, while the runs down to Montpellier.
- It is possible to drive on some residential streets in the city centre which are not visible on the map.
- Twin-cities of Clermont-Ferrand, which are also in SCS Software games:
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|Cities|| ETS 1: Bordeaux - Lyon - Paris
Vive la France! DLC: Bordeaux - Bourges - Brest - Clermont-Ferrand - La Rochelle - Le Havre - Le Mans - Limoges - Marseille (La Mède) - Montpellier - Nantes - Nice - Rennes - Roscoff - Toulouse (Blagnac)
|Roads||Autoroutes||A1 - A2 - A3 - A4 - A6 - A7 - A8 - A9 - A10 - A11 - A13 - A16 - A20 - A23 - A25 - A26 - A28 - A29 - A31 - A35 - A36 - A41 - A43 - A47 - A51 - A55 - A61 - A62 - A71 - A72 - A75 - A81 - A83 - A84 - A89 - A104 - A311 - A620 - A630 - A710 - A750 - A837|
|Routes Nationale||N12 - N104 - N118 - N165 - N184 - N230|
|Périphérique / Rocade||Bordeaux - Paris - Rennes - Toulouse|