SNCF

Seating Options

We’ve made comfort a priority. That’s what you’ll discover traveling in your comfy recliner seat with its generous legroom. Perhaps your head will be back on your headrest, your feet up on the footrest, and your elbow? Blissfully lonely and uncrowded. There are cellphone-free quiet cars available as well (though courtesy is a train-wide philosophy). The cabin itself is welcoming and distinguished, offering a great window on the world. A wide array of light meals and snacks are available for purchase. In the end, you’ll find the biggest priority was making you happy.

SNCF First Class Layout

Please note: this seating chart is a representation of an Comfort car. Your actual train may have slight variations in the number of seats, restrooms, or table placements.

Club 2 Seat

Two solo seats facing each other across a table.

Club 4 Seat

Four seats facing each other across a table.

Duo Seats

Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.

Solo Seat

A seat on its own next to the window with a pull-down table.

Meals & Concessions

TEOZ bar car

You’ll find a lounge car or snack cart aboard major routes, as well as vending machines offering the always available treat.

With a selection of light snacks available for purchase, you can create your own tasty feast from a great variety of goodies. And of course, you’re free to bring your own food as well. Eat in the luxury of your seat, or spread out into the lounge or bar cars where available.

On Board Services

Services on the TEOZ

SNCF trains typically provide a variety of services and amenities including an ergonomic reclining seat with a headrest and footrest and individual power outlets and reading lights in first class seats.

Services at the station

Major stations typically offer a variety of shopping, dining options and an information center. Smaller stations may only have ticket counters. Check specific station information if you’re interested in a particular service.