TGV

Seating Options

First class seating aboard TGV provides maximum comfort. You'll enjoy a wide reclining seat with a headrest, footrest, fold-down table, individual adjustable light and power outlet.  You may also take advantage of the designated cell-phone area.  And all trains are non-smoking.

TGV First Class Layout

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

Solo Seat

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

Duo Seats

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

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Club 2 Seat

Two solo seats facing each other across a table.

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Club 4 Seat

Four seats facing each other across a table.

Meals & Concessions

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Moving this fast makes you hungry. That’s why a meal is included. You can choose from the meal options offered or create your own tasty and wholesome feast from our choice of hot dishes, salads, sandwiches and dessert. You’re also free to bring your own food to eat at your seat, or stretch your legs and enjoy it at a table in the bar area.

And to make your time on board more even more entertaining or productive, the TGV bar offers films on DVD, magazines, games for children, Paris Metro tickets, even USB sticks.

On Board Services

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The TGV offers a host of on-board services and amenities to make you feel at home and refreshed when you arrive at your destination. Services include designated cell-phone areas.

There are also special areas for oversized luggage on board the TGV. These are located at the entrance or in the middle of the coaches. If you prefer to keep your bag with you, place it in the luggage rack above your seat.

Services at the station

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First class ticket holders have access to one of the following 10 TGV lounges called "Salons Grand Voyageur" in France: Bordeaux St Jean 7:00am to 9:00pm, Dijon 8:15am to 7:00pm, Lille Flandres 7:00am to 9:00pm, Lyon Part-Dieu 5:40am to 8:30pm, Marseille St Charles 6:00am to 8:30pm, Nantes 6:00am to 7:00pm, Paris-Est 6:00am to 9:00am and 3:00pm to 8:00pm, Paris-Gare de Lyon 6:30am to 8:15pm, Paris Nord 7:00am to 9:00pm, Paris Montparnasse 6:15am to 8:00pm & Strasbourg 6:00am to 7:00pm.  Hours are subject to change. Lounges are not accessible with any other fare. Please note that lounges are closed on weekends and French holidays.