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What cities do the train travel to from Paris

I would like to go to Italy from Paris on the train. Is this possible
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  • I would like to know all the places the high speed train travels to from Paris
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) August 01, 2017 21:05
    Hi Charlene,

    From Paris, there is a high-speed train called the 'France-Italy TGV' that goes to Turin and then Milan. From either of these cities, you can connect to other destinations in Italy.

    You would purchase tickets from Paris to Turin or Paris to Milan by searching the route under 'Find Train Tickets' on the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com. Generally, these trains can be booked 90 to 120 days of an intended departure date.
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) August 01, 2017 21:15
    From Paris, there are high-speed trains to many different destinations. Let us know where you'd like to go and we can let you know.

    The high-speed TGV goes to destinations in France that include Nice (as well as other stops along the French Riviera), Marseille, Avignon, Aix en Provence, Lyon, Dijon,Bordeaux, Biarritz, Bayonne, Montpellier, Beziers, Narbonne, Perpignan, Toulouse, Rennes, Nantes, Strasbourg, Colmar, etc.

    The high-speed Thalys goes to destinations in the Benelux region (Belgium and the Netherlands) that include Brussels, Amsterdam, Antwerp, and Rotterdam. There are also high-speed Thalys trains that run from Paris to Cologne, Dusseldorf, and Essen in Germany.

    You would purchase tickets by searching a route under 'Find Train Tickets' on the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com. Generally, trains on these routes can be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure date.
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  • Ty , so much . Can you tell me if we stay one of these countries for a few days can we be taken back to Paris with this ticket being that we are flying out of Paris. Also do you know the closest train from the Marriott d-il France .?
    • Jeff (Official Rep) August 08, 2017 15:55
      I'm not sure I understand you first question. If you need a return ticket, you would just purchase a return ticket.

      I'm sorry, however, we would not have information about the proximity of stations to hotels and landmarks.

      In any case, you would generally not be able to choose the station from which you depart. In a city with multiple stations (like Paris), the station from which a particular train departs depends on the city or region it goes to. For example, TGV trains from Paris to the Provence region and the French Riviera depart from the Gare de Lyon (station) in Paris. In contrast, TGV trains from Paris to Southwest France depart from the Montparnasse station in Paris. Thalys trains to Belgium or the Netherlands depart from the Nord station in Paris.

      Local Métro or RER trains (the public transit networks in Paris) connect these stations to one another, and can get you to other locations in the city. Otherwise, you can take a taxi or walk. I would recommend contacting your hotel if you need directions to their specific location.
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