France's high speed train travel with international connections in Switzerland and Italy.
France's high-speed TGV Train connects over 150 cities and towns in France and several neighbouring cities in Switzerland and Italy. A journey from Paris to Bordeaux will take only 3 hours on these trains as they reach a world-record holding 320 km/h.Use the live booking engine above to find the latest and best rates!
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Popular TGV Routes in France and select cities in Switzerland and Italy.
TGV Train from Paris to Bordeaux - 3hrs 05mins
TGV Train from Paris to Geneva - 3hrs 25mins
TGV Train from Paris to Milan - 6hr 56mins
|Paris - Lyon||1hr 57mins||Hourly|
|Paris - Avignon||2hrs 40mins||Hourly|
|Paris - Lille||1hr 02mins||Hourly|
|Paris - Tours||1hr 10mins||2 hourly|
|Paris - Bordeaux||3hrs 05mins||Hourly|
|Paris - Toulouse||5hrs 26mins||2 hourly|
|Paris - Strasbourg||2hrs 17mins||Hourly|
|Paris - Basel||3hrs 27mins||4|
|Paris - Zurich||4hrs 20mins||3|
|Paris - Lausanne||3hrs 54mins||4|
|Paris - Geneva||3hrs 25mins||6|
- TGV trains can only be reserved 90 days prior to the train departure date.
- Reservations are compulsory. All single tickets purchased include a seat reservation in the price. Tickets need to be validated using the automatic stamping machines at the beginning of the platform prior to boarding the train.
- Eurail Passholders are welcome. However a seat reservation fee is compulsory.
TGV First Class
Relax in style with spacious reclining seats and with generous legroom. All first class passengers have access to free Wi-Fi on-board as well as in-seat power sockets to charge your laptop, camera or smartphone.
TGV Second Class
Second class seats are a comfortable and affordable way to travel. Both classes have access to the bar car for refreshments.