Paris to Turin by train

Prices explained

Prices explained

At Rail Europe we believe in price transparency. We use real data from Rail Europe searches to estimate the cheapest fares you should be able to find for your journey.

The cheapest price is the lowest fare we've ever found for this journey. These prices can usually be found by searching when booking opens but they vary due to availability, which depends on factors like the day of the week or time of year.

More popular journeys include 30 day advance and 7 day advance prices. These are updated every two weeks using prices we've found by searching exactly 7 or 30 days from the most recent Thursday (we picked Thursday because this is when average prices are usually found).

30 day and 7 day prices fluctuate based on demand and availability at the time of search. For example, the 7-day price in summer is likely to be more expensive than the same journey in winter.

Prices are sourced in GBP and converted to other currencies using the daily market exchange rate.

We're always seeking to improve how price-checking works, and we welcome feedback on how we can make it better.

More advice about how to find the cheapest tickets can be found in our infographic.

  1. Cheapest Price $35.37
  2. 30 day advance $137.93
  • First train
  • Last train
  • Avg changes
  • Fastest journey
    5hr 28m
  • Distance
    585 kilometres
  • Trains per day
  • Avg. journey time
    5hr 51m
  • Train operators

Travelling from Paris to Turin by train

Fast trains from Paris to Turin take around 5 hours and 28 minutes, covering a distance of approximately 585 kilometres. There are frequent services on the rail route between Paris and Turin.

1. Are there direct trains from Paris to Turin?

Direct trains from Paris to Turin have been found.

We usually find around 22 direct trains on the route from Paris to Turin every weekday.

Trains usually run with a similar frequency on weekends.

2. How long is the train journey from Paris to Turin?

The Paris to Turin train travel time is normally about 5 hours and 28 minutes, whatever time you make the journey.

3. What are the Paris to Turin train times and schedule?

On weekdays the earliest direct train to Turin is usually scheduled to depart Paris around 06:11 and the last train is around 14:42. At weekends the first train of the day leaves Paris around 06:14, and the last at 14:42.

What's the Paris to Turin train price?

The earlier you book the better, and the cheapest tickets we've found for trains from Paris to Turin are $35.37.

Trains departing 30 days in advance will cost around $137 while booking 7 days in advance the price is around $94. Booking on the day of travel is likely to be more expensive, so it is worth booking in advance if you can to save money.

When to book Paris to Turin train tickets?

Trains for this journey usually open for booking around 6 months in advance. If booking is not yet open for your dates then you can set a booking alert to receive an email on the day that the cheapest tickets are released for your journey from Paris to Turin by train.

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Which train companies operate between Paris and Turin?

More than one train company operates on the route from Paris to Turin, so you’ll be travelling with one or more of the following rail operators:

  • Regionale Veloce
  • TGV
  • Thello

You can check which train you’ll be travelling on by looking for the train name in search results.

Turin to Paris by train

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Trains from Turin to Paris run for a journey that winds slowly through the Alps. There are plans to further improve this route, using a new high-speed line from Lyon to Turin, but that’s still only at the drawing-board stage so for the next few years passengers can still enjoy the Alpine views along one of Europe’s classic rail routes.

There is no direct overnight train from Paris to Turin, but those who enjoy overnight travel can take the night sleeper from Paris to Milan, connecting there onto a train to Turin.

Paris to Turin

Fast TGV trains speed south from the French capital, cutting through Burgundy to reach Lyon, their first stop. After that, the pace slows as the terrain becomes more mountainous. All trains on this route stop at Chambéry and Modane before entering Italy, where the train makes two stops at Bardoneccia and Oulx.

Upon arrival in Turin, the high-speed trains from Paris stop at Porta Susa station, an easy 10-minute walk west of the city centre. Porto Susa affords an excellent range of onward connections - including high-speed services to Florence and Rome, as well as direct trains to Verona and Venice. The TGV from Paris continues beyond Turin Porta Susa to Milan, dawdling rather than dashing on the final leg of its long journey from Paris.

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Child and youth passengers

The definition of "Child" and "Youth" varies by country and operator. This is why we ask for the age of young passengers.

Sometimes children below a certain age can travel without a seat for free. If you want to guarantee a seat for child passengers, enter '6' as the age of the child.

Read more about child and youth passenger ages. See also youth discounts and railcards.