Gare de Austerlitz
;Non TGV trains serve the Loire Valley, the southwestern parts of France and into Spain
Gare de Bercy:
This station is designed to transport passenger and their vehicles. Non TGV trains serve Burgundy, Night trains leave this station for Italy, serving Florence, Rome, Parma, Venice and Milan,. A night train also reaches Barcelona Spain. Gare St. Lazare, France's oldest train station and one full of history. Non TGV Trains serve northwest of Paris to Brittany and Normandy
Gare du Nord
TGV train leave Gare du Nord for 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
Gare de L'Este
Opened in 1849 and still home to the Orient Express from Paris to Istanbul this stations serves Europe to the east of Paris and south as far as Rome. TGV trains serve Frankfurt Germany, Strasbourg, Luxembourg, Switzerland and northern France
Paris Charles de Gaulle
The CDG Train Station serves TGV trains to many destinations including Marseilles Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Lillie, Strasbourg, and Tours.
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.
France Travel Planning, Hotels, Flights, Trains, Airport
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France Train Stations connect to all cities and to the eight train terminals in Paris for TGV trains and conventional trains.
Paris Train Stations, TGV Trains To The South and West
Stations in Paris For TGV Trains North, East, and CDG
Stations Without TGV Trains
Gare de Lyon
Gare de Lyon is connected by metro tains to much of Paris The station serves TGV trains to southern France.
Trains serve from Paris to Marseilles in three hours and twenty minutes with stops in Dijon, (1hour 40) Avignon, (2hours 30) and Aix-en-Provence.
Gare de Lyon TGV Trains
Paris to Marseilles trains continue to Cannes and to nice 7 hours, TGV Trains from Gare de Lyon also reach Languedoc Roussillon and Montpellier.
TGV trains reach the French Alps, Berne, Lausanne, Geneva, and as far southeast as Milan and Turin in Italy
TGV trains from Gare Montparnesse reach Tours, le Mans, Bordeaux, Nantes, St. Malo and the southwestern parts of France
Montmartre neighborhood near the Basilica of Sacre Coeur
TGV trains can travel at 180 MPH. All tickets are assigned seats. Choose your seat when purchasing tickets. Luggage space and lavatories are on board. Find hand luggage space at the front and middle of the caoch
Shopping For Train Tickets
Buy tickets ahead of your trip in the station or shop online for TGV train tickets. The best savings result when tickets are purchased
three months in advance. Use these websites to find the best tickets.
Second Class coaches are a good bargain
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Salon de Provence is a good base for hiking and biking trips in the Alpilles mountains
Reach Salon by TGV Train to Avignon and rental car
Bus serves Salon from Arles