TGV Lyria

Seating Options

Your First Class car offers large reclining seats enveloped in a modern, sophisticated cabin design. Fewer seats in each car mean you’ll also find large, ample space for luggage storage and an overall quieter ride. Looking to fill some room in your stomach? Every TGV Lyria has a buffet car located in the middle of the train. And all TGV Lyria trains are entirely non-smoking as well.

Please note: there are several different types of trains operating on TGV Lyria lines, internal layout may vary.

Lyria First Class Layout

Please note: this seating chart is a representation of an Comfort or Premier 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

First class service begins with a complimentary cold soft drink to ease you into your pampering, relaxed voyage. It’s an onboard welcome designed to immediately help you chill (out).

Located in the middle of the train, the TGV Lyria bar-buffet car has a wide selection of meals and sweet snacks available for purchase.  Here you can choose between the local meal deals offered or create your own tasty and wholesome feast from our choice of hot dishes, salads, sandwiches and dessert.  You'll find a great variety for purchase, even a children’s menu to keep the little ones happy.  Feel free to eat in the bright and friendly bar-buffet car or indulge in the comfort of your seat, whatever suits your taste.

On Board Services

Here’s what you can expect traveling aboard TGV Lyria, between France and Switzerland. A large selection of magazines as well as Swiss, French and International daily newspapers are available in first class on the TGV Lyria free of charge. Plus there’s a newsstand on board. Prefer to boost your batteries reading? Use the 220 V power outlets to recharge your laptop or mobile phone. A bar-buffet car offering a complete selection of food and beverages for purchase is available along with trolley snack service. And disabled traveler facilities are offered. Taxi reservations for Paris arrival can be made on board (for a fee).

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.

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