It’s easy to talk about how environmentally friendly trains are in fashion these days, but how many can boast of having Christian Lacroix design their interiors, too? Only the TGV.
Revamped by Lacroix in 2009, his first class cabin is designed to indulge and pamper the traveler at every level. From reclining seats with generous legroom that indulges the body, to a harmonious grey/green color scheme that pleases the eye. There are individual power outlets, pillows and a choice of seating arrangements: singles, doubles, or four seats around a table. Also presenting a customized fit, the TGV Est trains offer a wide selection of seats that include window or aisle, face-to-face seating, row seating, or a seat with a fixed table. You can also request an area with good mobile phone reception or a silent car. And all TGV Est trains offer baby changing stations and special facilities for the disabled. Like fashion, we’ve learned seating is never one size fits all.
A seat on its own next to the window with a pull-down table.
Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.
Club 2 Seat
Two solo seats facing each other across a table.
Club 4 Seat
Four seats facing each other across a table.