St Pierre des corps
St Pierre des corps, the train lovers city, in the middle of the Loire Valley! A lot of travellers know St Pierre des Corps for being an important train station between Paris and Bordeaux. Located in the Loire Vallée chateaux, near the beautiful city of Tours, St Pierre des Corps is indeed a very important railway (...)
|From Paris Cdg Airport||01:38||HK$182|
|From Paray Le Monial||03:55||HK$410|
|From Marne La Vallee||01:25||HK$255|
|From Le Croisic||02:48||HK$374|
|From Veuves Monteaux||00:25||HK$82|
|From Chissay En Touraine||00:24||HK$82|
|From Blere La Croix||00:14||HK$82|
|From Port Boulet||00:29||HK$82|
|From St Aignan Noyers||00:39||HK$91|
|From Le Mans||00:56||HK$155|
|From Les Aubrais Orleans||00:53||HK$173|
Getting around From St Pierre des corps, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Chissay En Touraine||00:30||HK$82|
|To St Aignan Noyers||00:48||HK$91|
|To Port Boulet||01:27||HK$82|
|To Marne La Vallee||01:28||HK$182|
|To Les Aubrais Orleans||01:34||HK$173|
|To Paris Cdg Airport||01:44||HK$182|
|To Le Croisic||02:50||HK$374|
|To Paray Le Monial||03:45||HK$410|
|To Le Mans||04:05||HK$155|
|To Tgv Haute Picardie||04:34||HK$520|
|To La Rochelle||04:47||HK$228|
|To Aix En Provence Tgv||09:27||HK$365|
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St Pierre des corps, the train lovers city, in the middle of the Loire Valley!
A lot of travellers know St Pierre des Corps for being an important train station between Paris and Bordeaux. Located in the Loire Vallée chateaux, near the beautiful city of Tours, St Pierre des Corps is indeed a very important railway junction.
St Pierre des Corps has a perfect location for the ones that want to visit the Touraine region and its castles. The area was the former cemetery of the romans living in Tours, 4 kilometres away, and it resulted this curious name meaning St Peter of the bodies…
Despite a long and rich story, St Pierre des Corps don’t keep an important heritage because it suffered a lot from the World War 2’s bombings (85% of the city disappeared). Train lovers should have a walk around the train station to admire the Pacific 231 E41 locomotive.
The Loire river banks (UNESCO listed part) offers to nature amateurs pleasant walks.
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- "Wonderful experitnce" Pin-hsun c. 05/09/2013
We went to Marseille from Paris by TGV train. We enjoyed the experience on the train.
- "Easy and very comfortable " Robin m. 31/07/2013
We just have one suggestion for the restaurant wagon, just serve fresh baguettes and forget about the hot meals. There was a wonderful young lady helping us but with so many people wanting something to eat and drink it was quite stressful for her and a very long wait for the passengers. Other then that we had a lovely journey.
- "Review of trip" Gary w. 11/07/2013
The only issue I had with the trip was that there was insufficient space to store my luggage once on the train. Otherwise, everything was to my satisfaction. Best Regards. GaryWard
- "Fast, efficient service" Steven n. 21/06/2013
Following a near 12-hour flight from Hong Kong to Paris CdG I appreciated the ease of transfer from the airport to the TGV terminal. The train departed ontime and arrived at my destination as scheduled. The first-class seating was very comfortable and spacious enough for my needs. I would definitely choose this method of transport again. Very satisfied.
- "Travel London to Saumur " Richard l. 21/06/2013
Travel was largely smooth and comfortable. Original booking allowed 65 minutes between arrival at Gare de Nord and departure from Montparnasse which was not enough. We were obliged to change our Paris departure to Saumur trip at significant additional cost which was unfortunate and not entirely fair
- "very good" Eleanna a. 20/06/2013
St Pierre de cors is a small station but difficult when carrying luggage. It was not clear at which pier I should stand.
- "Getting to Bordeaux" Philip a. 04/06/2013
The convenience of the train was the clear and made the journey easier. It is now a far better journey than 15 years ago. Some stations can do with some to point out where to stand before the trains arrive and easier access to get bags up and down from platforms, but these are usually relatively minor matters.
- "France Trip" . 24/05/2013
Our experience was wonderful with TGV, TER
- "Finding the right carriage" Ian b. 20/05/2013
Had trouble finding the right carriage until someone helped out .
- "Delayed but good trip" . 11/05/2013
They announced just before the departure that the train would be delayed by up to 45 minutes due to an accident/ person on the track outside of Lille. I would have prefered that they announced a new departure time so that people could get back off the train and then get back on when they thought it might depart. Apart from the delay everything else was fine.
- "trip on TGV train from CDG " . 26/12/2012
it was good and on time , but wish more frequent trains to suit assingers like me
- "Unnecessary Inconvenience " David b. 24/10/2012
SCNF trains had comfortable seats and were reasonably priced. Interestingly many coaches had seats facing opposite directions some forward some backward. We travelled light and found plenty of room for baggage. The train staff were helpful. We learnt from experience to get advice prior to leaving Tours because the SCNF train booking from Bordeaux to Tours had a change at St Pierre. The Tours and St Pierre Gare are only one stop and a few minutes apart. By the time you have sat down you are there. For us it was an unnecessary change because the train we were already on from Bordeaux went directly to Tours anyway. There was no need for us to change trains. When we left Tours for Paris the Accueil office advised us to get on the later Tours to Paris train and ignore the earlier booking for a change at St Pierre. This change for us would have been unnecessary as the Tours to Paris train stopped at St Pierre anyway. Taking the earlier train booking to St Pierre would have had us waiting at the platform for the later train that went directly from Tours to Paris.