France: Paris – Lyon – Lille – Marseille
Train Travel in and to France : The French rail company, SNCF, provides direct service from most European countries using regular trains. If you are traveling between major cities and towns in France, the TGV (France’s high-speed train) links Paris with other urban centers across France. Regional trains in France serves different routes in France.
Eurostar connects London and Brussels directly to cities of Lille and Paris. TGV (Trains à Grande Vitesse) connects Paris to Luxembourg, Switzerland and parts of Germany. Thalys connects Paris to Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne. Artesia connects Paris to Turin in Italy. Elipsos train-hotel connects Paris to Madrid in Spain.
Bordeaux Gare de Saint Jean : The main railway hub in the city of Bordeaux, located in the city centre at the end of the Cours de la Marne.
Gare de Lyon Part-Dieu : Part-Dieu has connections to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG) by TGV.
Gare de Nice Ville : Primary transportation hub in the city of Nice, French Riviera.
Paris Gare d’Austerlitz : Located in the 13th arrondissement, in the south east of the city.
Paris Gare de l’Est : Gare de l’Est is situated in the 10th arrondissement, not very far from the Gare du Nord.
Paris Gare Saint Lazare : It’s the second busiest rail st in Paris, located at 13, Rue d’Amsterdam in Arrondissement 8. The Gare St. Lazare gives you easy access to Normandy, as well as the United Kingdom via Dieppe.
Paris Gare de Lyon : Direct connections with Clermont-Ferrand, Besancon, Montpellier, Dijon, Lyon, Nice, Grenoble, Toulon, Valence, Marseilles, Avignon, and Saint-Etienne.
Paris Gare Montparnasse : Lies in the Montparnasse area, in the XIVe arrondissement. TGV trains depart to destinations in the west and south-west of France including Tours, Bordeaux, Rennes and Nantes.
Paris Gare du Nord : Located on Rue de Dunkerque and Paris busiest train station. The Eurostar Paris terminal is located on the first floor of the Gare du Nord.