Paris TGV Train Stations List, Transportation in Paris France
Paris TGV Trains: Paris to Marseilles in about three hours from Gare de Lyon
Paris Transportation includes Fast Trains called TGV. The high speed trains serve from five train stations in Paris and connect to much of Western Europe
TGV Train, Paris Station List
Trains are air conditioned. Second class is a good savings option. Tickets sell out early on popular routes such as Paris to Provence.
Luggage space is available for hand carried luggage. TGV are fast trains, (Train a Grande Vitesse) that can reach 180 miles per hour.
Reservations recommended in advance, the trains fill
Save by buying tickets 3 months in advance. Choose the day and time of day for best price. Tickets are
available through automated machines at the station,
through ticket counters, and online.
The trains can sell out, especially on popular routes such as Paris to Avignon, a trip of two and a half hours from Gare de Lyon in Paris (station).
Five stations in Paris are served by TGV trains, each connecting to different parts of France and other parts of Europe.
Many other trains, subway (Metro) and RER trains connect to the various TGV stations. Below is a list of TGV high speed train Stations that serve from Paris and the sections of Europe that each station serves.
TGV trains reach Tours, le Mans, Bordeaux, Nantes, St. Malo and the southwestern parts of France
TGV train to Gare de Calle and to London via the Eurostar fast trains.( 3 hours 20 minutes) Thalys Fast trains reach Antwerp, Belgium, Netherlands, Antwerp, Achen, Cologne
Opened in 1849 and still home to the Orient Express from Paris to Istanbul (non TGV) this station serves Europe to the east of Paris and south as far as Rome. TGV trains serve Frankfurt Germany, Strasbourg, Luxembourg, Switzerland and northern France.
TGV to many destinations including Marseilles Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Lillie, Strasbourg, and Tours.
Paris TGV Train Stations offer Transportation from Paris to many regions of France and Europe. High speed trains from five TGV train stations in Paris reach distant regions of France and connect to much of Western Europe.
Transportation To The Train Stations
RER Trains The RER trains serve Central Paris and the outlying regions including the TGV Train Stations.
. The Metro serves in Central Paris. The tickets are good for both RER and Metro.
Paris to Marseilles in three hours and twenty minutes. Stops in Dijon, (1hour 40) Avignon, (2hours 30) Aix-en-Provence.
Trains continue to Cannes and to nice 7 hours, TGV Trains from Gare de Lyon reach Languedoc Roussillon/Montpellier.
TGV trains reach the French Alps, Berne, Lausanne, Geneva, and as far southeast as Milan and Turin in Italy.
TGV train station, Gare de Lyon serving Southern France.
Paris TGV Trains in the station, Gare de Lyon, in Paris
TGV Station Gare de Lyon in Paris serves Provence and Southern France
March, April, May, and June are good times to go to Paris for walking the city, museum visits, biking outlying regions, and the culinary vacation. The weather in Paris is temperate from March to May (50-75 F) and the city will not be too crowded.
July and August are high season and the time when many Paris shops close for vacation. Accommodations could be scarce in June July August. some restaurants and shops close the month of August.
Weather is good in September October, great months to visit Paris.
Showers could come in any month but will be of short duration. Snow is rare
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