TGV to Dijon and Strasbourg

  • Travel fast and in comfort to France with Eurostar and TGV
  • Enjoy the beautiful French countryside
  • Arrive in the centre of the city
  • Book up to 3 months before departure
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Travel by train to the North-East of France

TGV offers the optimal connections for a vacation in the Reims Champagne region, beautiful burgundy wine routes through the French countryside or a visit to the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

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Changing trains in Paris

AIf you are travelling to France with TGV you will have to change trains in Paris. With Eurostar you will travel from Amsterdam Central Station, Schiphol and Rotterdam Central Station on the high-speed track to Paris Gare du Nord. There you take the metro. Metro tickets are available at the bar carriage on Eurostar or from the vending machines at the stations. Your layover in Paris is about an hour; the booking module takes this into account.

To Dijon and Lausanne

From Paris Gare du Nord take the RER line D towards Corbeil Essonnes, to Paris Gare de Lyon station, where TGVs depart to several destination in the (South-)East of France. More information on the transfer can also be found on the page about transit stations.

To Strasbourg

From Paris Gare du Nord take metro line 4 to Mairie de Montrouge, to Gare de l'Est station. Walking from Gare du Nord to Gare de l'Est is also possible, the stations are located close to each other and the are signs to lead the way.

Rates TGV

TGV has different pricing levels. Prices depend on the time of booking (early booking is cheaper!) and the flexibility of the ticket relating to rebook and cancel. TGV can be booked three months in advance. SNCF sometimes extends this for 4-5 months, you can see this in the booking module.