TGV Lyria Train

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    The Lyria: Beautiful inside. Beautiful outside.
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    Enjoy your favorite book, newspaper or just the company of other travelers. © SBB AG, Bern - Fotodienst
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    Hit refresh. A modern-day bar car.

The TGV Lyria: The France-Switzerland cultural connection.

Indulge in the essence of France and Switzerland aboard the TGV Lyria. This newly refurbished French train runs between Paris, Lausanne, Bern, Geneva, Zurich, Basel and Interlaken, with an additional route between Geneva and Marseille, Montpellier and Nice, Brig and Lille, Dijon and Bern, Lausanne, Zurich.

All France to Switzerland trains feature crisp, redesigned interiors and new seating in your choice of budget-stretching Economy Class or spacious Comfort Class and, depending on the route, Premier Class.

On-board messages are recorded in French, German, and English for added convenience. And these family- friendly trains are completely non-smoking, and parents will even find an on-board nursery with a dressing table and bottle warmer in one of the 2nd class car. Since babies aren’t the only ones to get hungry, you’ll find yourself lured to the delicious foods of the bar car where a large assortment of tasty meals, sandwiches, desserts and beverages are served.

So whether you’re taking the train from Paris to Switzerland, or looking for something else just as nice or Nice, the Lyria service delivers. There’s simply everything to ensure that your experience delivers on your expectations the way France and Switzerland surely will.

Placing the utmost value on the contentment of travelers, theTGV Lyria trains offer a wide range of special services and amenities, including: 

  • Non-smoking cars   
  • On-board nursery equipped with dressing table and bottle warmer   
  • Handicapped facilities 

 

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