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From 28 September to 06 October 2020, book discounted one-way trips ranging from €25 to €49 on French TGV or TGV inOui trains between Paris and a range of characterful French cities. Discounted destinations include Tours, Rennes, Nantes on the Atlantic coast, Dijon with its historic UNESCO-listed town centre and Lyon, the food capital of France. Linguists can head to Lille for a crash course in ch'ti, France's northern Picard dialect, while the Lorraine region has plenty to offer art lovers with Metz and its plethora of art collections or Nancy, one of the flagship cities of the French art nouveau movement. If all else fails, head down south to Bordeaux, Marseille or Montpellier to catch the very last rays of the summer sun.
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Terms and conditions
Tickets on sale from October 6, 2020 for travel from December 13, 2020 to January 4, 2021 inclusive, for a journey without connection with TGV INOUI or INTERCITÉS and for travel from December 13 to July 2, 2021 for This special offer is valid on one-way tickets without connections on specific days and trains. The prices are for journeys with TGV and TGV inOui (not Ouigo) and are inclusive of all taxes. Offer valid from 28 September 2020 to 06 October 2020, for travel from 28 September 2020 to 12 December 2020, within the limit of available seats. Offer available on a selection of destinations in France (excluding destinations to and from European countries). This offer cannot be combined with any other current promotion, advantage code or reduced SNCF rate. Please see terms and conditions during the booking and purchase process for more information.
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