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Lausanne - Paris
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Train Lausanne → Paris

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


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    London Stansted Airport

    London Stansted Airport

    London Stansted Airport is the Britain’s third-busiest airport, offering flights to more than 160 destinations in over 30 countries. Whether you’re arriving, connecting or departing, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and pleasant.

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    London Gatwick Airport

    London Gatwick Airport

    London Gatwick Airport has two terminals and offers hundreds of destinations worldwide. From there, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.

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    Your travel by train from Lausanne to Paris

    The TGV Lyria high speed train will take you from Lausanne to Paris in just 3 hours and 50 minutes approximately. The TGV Lyriaare modern trains operating between France and Switzerland. When travelling from Lausanne to Paris, you can relax in the comfortable carriages or enjoy a drink from the restaurant car.

    Lausanne train station is located in the city centre lf Lausanne. It is one of the most important train stations in Lausanne. Lausanne train station is well connected to public transportations and is easily accessible. Paris Gare de Lyon, is a train station located in Paris. Being one of the major train stations in Paris, it is served by buses and other public transportations.

    For a single return trip from Lausanne to Paris, a point to point ticket is the best value for money and the cheapest train ticket. Best prices are available when buying the train ticket well in advance. For extensive train travel, a rail pass for France and Switzerland is a better choice.

    Visit Lausanne and discover other popular train journeys

    Lausanne is located on the shores of the Lake Geneva also known as the Lake Léman. The town of Lausanne is home to over 100,000 inhabitants and serves as the headquarters for the International Olympic Committee. Lausanne is just 60 km away from Geneva.

    From Paris, travellers can take the train to reach other cities and regions of France. Why not discover the Loire Valley castles which are about 1h away by train from Paris.

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    Reviews & ratings Lausanne - Paris

  • "Just Average"    
    Seating ok, nothing really first class about that. Swiss IR trains 2nd class was lot better. Food was below average, no Vegetarian food. No choices at all. Quantity very less, luckily we did bring our own food. Tickets should be checked before boarding as did not have Euro Rail passes, this could have been informed earlier or made to bought along with tickets as online pricing was very confusing. Booking Taxi was just perfect. Staff Supportive..Thanks, sorry will not recommend to anyone or never try the 1st class again.  
  • "My Paris to Lausanne Train Tri"    
    I had the opportunity to travel on the TGV Lyria fast train from Paris to Lausanne on the 7th of September, 2015. The train was scheduled to depart at 15:58 p.m. from Paris Gare de Lyon station and it left exactly at the scheduled time. The overall journey was very comfortable and allowed me a relaxed trip. I would definitely recommend the TGV Lyria trains for anyone looking to travel across Europe.  
  • "Good but room for improvement"    
    WiFi in the train would have been good  
  • "it was good"    
    easy and very nice  
  • "TGV Trip"    
    The TGV is an excellent train that provided us with a very comfortable journey in a short period of time.  
  • "Very good experience!"    
    It was a very good experience traveling Swiss by train! The train was convenient and easily available. Most important thing was that I could see fantastic sceneries during the trip by getting trains!  
  • "Perfect combination of comfort"    
    I travelled with my wife and 3 kids. Full marks for cleanliness and upkeep of the train and the cabin. We were on a 15 days holiday and hence had 3 medium sized luggage and some small hand held bags but storage was sufficient to accommodate all of them without any hassles. We are vegetarians (Vegan) and little skeptical about the food on the train but to our surprise the food was very good and we really enjoyed it. The ravioli and the salad were very good. The wine too was very good but in France it always is. Speed was thrilling and the train was punctual to the minute. All in all a perfect journey. Loved it  
  • "Perfect"    
    We traveller first Class and loved it! Food and everything was soo good! Only thing missing was wifi on the train  
  • "all good."    
    I was so tired that i did not feel the trip  
  • "Very good"    
    Thank you  
  • "great travel"    
    we travel in second class from Paris to Lausanne - it was very good and convenient. back we travel from Basel to paris in first class it was great, comfortable, the food was tasty , we are satisfy from the way we decided to travel- with TGV!!!!!  
  • "Great and fast train"    
    Great and fast train. Train was depart and arrived as per scheduled.  
  • "train to swiss"    
    A good and easy way to trovel without driving.  
  • "Vevey/Paris Trip"    
    The train was clean, comfortable and on time - however, i noticed that some of the passengers who arrived later did not have space to stow their luggage (large bags which could not go in the overhead storage area or under the seat).  
  • "Time of the day"    
    The two cities are quite near, but it is better to take a direct train. We took a train with many stops and near 5 pm. At that time the classes were over and the train was crowded with students.