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Niort - Paris
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Overview The average travel time between Niort and Paris is minutes. The quickest route is minutes. The first train leaving Niort is at , the last at . There is an average of trains a day between Niort 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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    Reviews & ratings Niort - Paris

  • "Delayed 2 hours"    
    This train was stuck for two hours and as a non French speaking tourist it was extremely disappointing that none of the announcements were in English to inform what was going on. When you've been traveling from New Zealand for the best part of a day, rude French staff is all you need. I'll hire a car next time, it would have been cheaper as well.  
  • "OK"    
    Tickets were booked in advance and still quite expensive.  
  • "Trip CDG-Poitiers"    
    The trains were on time.There were no problems to find our seats and everything worked well. But in the buffet-coach the menucard promised more than it could keep. It was rather poor.  
  • "Aussies in Spain"    
    Good trip for 16 Aussies after a week on the Canal du Midi. Trains fast and convenient, wish we had them in OZ. Guess there's not enough people for such a grand project, Lyn Daly