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Avignon - Paris
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Train Avignon → Paris

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Overview The average travel time between Avignon and Paris is minutes. The quickest route is minutes. The first train leaving Avignon is at , the last at . There is an average of trains a day between Avignon and Paris, leaving approximately every minutes.
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    Your travel by train from Avignon to Paris

    Travellers visiting Avignon and Paris enjoy the high speed TGV trains which serve the two cities between two and three hours. Travelling from the heart of the medieval town to the elegant capital city, France’s flagship TGV trains reach speeds of up to 320 km/h, and on board carriages are spacious and comfortable. A buffet car offers hot and cold refreshments.

    Avignon main train station can be reach by bus that departs every 15 minutes. Bus 4 takes visitors between the station and the town centre. Paris Gare de Lyon is easily accessed by public transport. The station is in the centre of the city and has connections to the metro, buses and the RER. SNCF has many onward connections across the country and the TGV Lyria takes passengers to Switzerland and other destinations in eastern France.

    Between Avignon and Paris on the TGV passengers can opt for a point to point ticket, but for those who want to explore more of France the France Rail Pass is the best option. For travel to other countries there are several regional passes worth checking out.

    Visit Paris and discover other popular train journeys

    From the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triumph, the Sacre Coeur, to world class museums like the Louvre, Museum D’Orsay and the Centre Pompidou, visitors to Paris will be delighted. Take a boat trip along the Seine, see Notre Dame, shop in Printemps, explore the different neighbourhoods, and relax with a glass of wine.
    From Paris spend a weekend in the Champagne region; take the TGV to the Loire Valley or Lyon, France’s gourmet capital. Paris is well connected by train to the rest of Europe.

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    Reviews & ratings Avignon - Paris

  • "Diana and David trip"    
    We enjoyed our train journey and found the whole experience a fantastic package...a bit confusing however for overseas tourists like us who weren't aware that Avignon has TWO train staions. We nearly went to the wrong one i.e. TGV Station.  
  • "Luggage bin too small"    
    It was fast but there were just too many stops on the way to Marseille. The luggage storage was too small for the number of passengers in the coach, especially with some travellers who have big suitcases.  
  • "TGV Avignon to Paris"    
    Family of three, mother and two adult daughters enjoyed the efficiency of the TGV from Avignon Centre to Paris. The train was on time, it was comfortable, and fast.  
  • "Excellent"    
    We thought the train service was excellent and the train was very comfortable. One suggestion is that you have a help line which is well publicised. We had a query and struggled to get assistance in English.  
  • "euro trip by train"    
    excellent in all aspects. full 5 *s  
  • "Flawless"    
    Beautiful train station in Paris. Easy to figure out which train to board. On time and comfortable. Great experience. Best of all was able to book it all online.  
  • "Good"    
    Comfortable trip. The toilets could be cleaner  
  • "Easy trip in France."    
    Its easy to order the tickets online. And no problem to get on the train at all. 簡單,方便,快捷 Traveller from HKG.  
  • "Value for money"    
    The price of the tickets we got were very good deals. The train was comfort and convenience.  
  • "Great way to Travel "    
    Everything was great except for no wi-fi on train  
  • "Helped by Good Staff"    
    A big thank you to TGV staff as I had made a mistake with our booking and instead of departing from Avignon Central, we had departed from Gare TGV in Avignon. I did not know there were 2 stations. Staff managed to get us on the next TGV from Gare TGV and all went very well. The trip was fast and good. It is a highly recommendable mode of transport!  
  • "An excellent trip "    
    The station was clean. Staffs were helpful. The coach, the toilette, and the seats were very clean. Strong recommended!  
  • "Paris to Avignon"    
    Excellent experience... Very smooth ride and many amenities (food, drinks). Staff were personable and helpful.  
  • "Timely "    
    The train was timely and efficient. The signboard that tells you where to stand for the coach at the station was good and thoughtful. On the train, more places for storage of large bulky luggage is required and these are insufficient now especially for trains that service incoming visitors at CDG airport. Overall, an efficient and value for money travel mode.  
  • "Time at stations"    
    Our trip was from Paris to Avignon but the trains final destination was Nice Ville, The train stopped for less than 3 minutes at the Avignon Station and we did not have enough time to desembark the train as we had various pieces of luggage and were traveling with and elderly lady, the trains next stop was at Toulon, more than an hour away. We got good service at Toulon and were dispatched back to Avignon on the next train back. This took more than 3 hours. I think the train driver should make sure all passengers have disembarked before going on his way.