Deals on SNCF
Summer Sale: France & Beyond
Great discounts are now available for travel to Europe’s vacation destinations such as Paris, Lyon, Frankfurt, Brussels, Luxembourg and more with our TGV & Intercités first class train tickets sale. Prices start from $42. Book by August 21, 2015.Read the Terms and Conditions
First class shows under “Comfort Class”. First class train tickets to or from Germany shows under “Premier Class”. Offer applies to bookings of TGV & Intercités first class train tickets made from June 30 through 5:00 PM ET on August 21, 2015. Offer is subject to availability. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. Three days advance purchase is required for the promotional fare tickets. Fares shown are reflective of the discounted pricing. Valid for travel July 3 to August 31, 2015. Promotional fare tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. No adjustment can be made on prior purchases. Bookings of international TGV train tickets to Switzerland and Spain are excluded from this offer.
SNCF trains: always going your way in France.
Yes, Paris is magnifique, but savvy travelers know there is much more to France than its renowned capital city. That's why SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer), France’s official railway operator, offers a variety of trains and seating options to cater to every need, practically everywhere.
SNCF French trains include the Intercites, perfect for riding the distance in style. Noted for its superior comfort level, it provides longer-distance travel within France and to bordering countries. If you’re looking to make the most of every minute, consider sleeping the night away on a comfy couchette aboard the French night trains also known as Intercites de Nuit. They operate between Paris and Nice, Ventimiglia, Tarbes, or Hendaye. You’ll arrive at your destination rested and ready to see the sites. How about an even more authentic ride with the locals when you travel like one on board a local TER train (Transport Express Regional). Hit the a.m. peak and you’ll be there to parlez-vous with morning commuters. French rail doesn’t get more genuine than that.
In addition, French railways offer you a choice of First and Economy Class travel. Either one will give you a comfortable ride. Of course, you can expect economy class to stretch your budget and be perfect for families. First Class offers plenty of legroom, headroom and elbowroom, as well as the opportunity of cellphone-free quiet cars for maximum relaxation.
The SNCF trains in France. Whatever course you choose, you know it will be delicious.