Speed from city to city on the TGV (Train a Grande Vitesse). The fastest European train service, TGV trains run at speeds of up to 320kph (200 mph) connecting all of France’s major towns and cities.
Since its launch in 1981, 2 billion passengers have travelled by high speed TGV and it’s not hard to see why. Daily services connect cities and towns through France. From the vineyards of Bordeaux and Dijon, to historic cities like Avignon and Tours, or the picturesque scenery of the Cote d’Azur or the Alps, with reliable, frequent and comfortable services, taking the TGV is the best way to travel in France and beyond.
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|Seat map - TGV Atlantique (TGA) Lacroix413.65 KB||413.65 KB|
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