Deals on Thalys Routes
Up to 70% Off First Class Thalys
Get up to 70% off select first class Thalys tickets when you book by December 11, 2014, for travel from January 6 to February 28, 2015.Read the Terms and Conditions
First class is shown as “Premier Class” on the Rail Europe website. Valid for bookings of first class Thalys train tickets to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne, Lille and 17 other cities within France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany made from November 12 through 5:00 pm ET on December 11, 2014. Valid for travel from January 6 to February 28, 2015. The discounted fare percentage is determined by the route and is based on the cost of a Thalys Premier flexible fare. Promotional fares are displayed on the site and reflect the discounted price. Promotional fares are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Offer is subject to availability. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.
Looking for a “direct-connect” from Paris to Amsterdam…and beyond?
If your journey includes Paris, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Germany, then the high-speed Thalys train is your ticket. The “red train” Thalys provides direct links to 17 cities in all, and you can travel from Paris to Brussels in under ninety minutes. The Thalys makes over 50 round-trips per day, so there’s ample trains to suit travel schedules. And, with speed on your side, you’ll have plenty of time to take in all of the ambience and the attractions—not to mention those wonderful window views.
Thalys offers a wide variety of other on-board accommodations and services. So get ready to relax, stretch out in your reclining seat, and take in the view of the changing skyline.
Special deals: get discounted train fares to popular Belgian destinations in conjunction with your Thalys trip to or from Brussels. And additionally, all first-class Thalys travelers going to Paris Gare du Nord from Amsterdam (or other cities) can book a taxi while still on the train. So the taxi will be waiting upon arrival at the station.