Book now for cheap summer train tickets to France and Switzerland.
Travel between Switzerland and France this summer from just €25
From now until 23 August 2020, book cheap tickets between Lausanne, Basel, Zurich in Switzerland and Dijon, capital of France’s Burgundy region, for just €25 one-way. Toast to travelling once more along Dijon’s Route des Grands Crus wine route, fill up on culture in the city’s myriad museums and explore its UNESCO-listed centre. Book now for travel 11 August - 30 September 2020.*
Travel to Paris from regional French towns and cities from just €19 one-way
From 10 - 31 August 2020, book cheap tickets to Paris from a clutch of cultural French hotspots. Travel between 10 - 31 August from the likes of Strasbourg, Bordeaux, Lyon, Dijon, Arcachon for a summer city break in the French capital. For a full list of departure towns and cities, see terms and conditions below.**
You may also enjoy reading our blog on the best things to do in Paris.
Terms and conditions
* Special offer valid on one-way Standard Class tickets purchased from 04 - 23 August 2020 for travel 11 August - 30 September 2020 on selected TGV Lyria trains from Lausanne, Basel and Zurich to Dijon. Please see terms and conditions during the booking and purchase process for more information.
** Special offer valid on one-way tickets purchased from 10 - 31 August 2020 for travel 10 - 31 August 2020 on selected TGV inOui trains. Travel to Paris from the following destinations: Arcachon from €35, Arras from €19, Belfort from €45, Besançon from €35, Bordeaux from €35, Dijon from €29, Le Mans from €29, Lille from €25, Lyon from €45, Metz from €35, Mulhouse from €45, Nancy from €35, Poitiers from €29, Reims from €25, Rennes from €35, St-Nazaire from €45, Strasbourg from €45 and Tours from €29. Please see terms and conditions during the booking and purchase process for more information.
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