Deals on TGV
Summer Savings - Brussels to Provence from $74
Take advantage of special rates on TGV trains traveling from Brussels to cities in Provence including: Marseille, Avignon, Nice, and more. Fares in First class are just $99, and $74 in Second class. Two people must travel together to receive promotional savings. Valid for travel through September 3, 2017. Book by September 1, 2017.Read the Terms and Conditions
Brussels-Provence Summer Savings offer is valid for bookings of First and Second class TGV tickets made from August 1, 2017 through 5:00 pm ET on September 1, 2017. Two people must be traveling together to receive the promotional rates of $99USD/ $132CAD in First class, or $74USD /$99CAD in Second class. Coupon code is not necessary for the discount, the product has already been discounted and price is reflective of such. Offer is subject to availability and subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.
Promotional fares are valid for travel between Brussels and Lyon Part Dieu, Le Creusot, Valence TGV, Avignon TGV, Aix en Provence, Marseille St Charles, Nîmes, Montpellier, Sète, Agde, Béziers, Narbonne, Perpignan, Toulon, Les Arcs Draguignan, St Raphaël, Cannes, Antibes, and Nice Ville through September 3, 2017. Promotional fares are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Tickets are non-transferable and may only be used by the person for whom the ticket has been purchased.
TGV. The fast track to explore France.
There is one word to describe TGV. Fast! The world speed record holder, it zips from city to city at up to 322 kph (201 mph). With Paris as its hub, this high-speed French network interconnects throughout Europe making it an attractive alternative to the plane.
If we had to find another word to describe the TGV, it would have to be “often”. Because every day 450 trains crisscross the network, offering you a wide choice of journey times.
The TGV is France's technological gem, constantly improving comfort and performance while also keeping sight of the planet's well-being. In fact, eco-mobility is at the heart of the TGV experience. From the aerodynamic design of the lines to the manufacturing of the trains, each step is carefully researched to minimize the impact on the environment. Even our drivers are trained to 'drive economically' (power off when going downhill, adapting the speed to rail grip-reducing electricity consumption by a third). It continues throughout, with light fixtures that use low-energy light bulbs, air conditioning that adapts to the number of travelers, waste that is compacted and waste water that is recycled.