Train Lyon → MontpellierFrom AU$ 31
- Departure station : Lyon part dieu (5, Place Charles Béraudier 69003 Lyon)
- Arrival station : Montpellier st-roch (Place Auguste Gibert BP51238 34011 Montpellier)
Main stations in Lyon and Montpellier
Lyon Part Dieu Train Station
Address: 5, Place Charles Béraudier 69003 LyonOpening hours: Monday to Wednesday : 5:15am to 10pm
Thursday to Friday: 5:15am to 11pm
Saturday: 5:15am to 10pm
Sunday: 5:15am to 11pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Intercity trains, Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Lost and found, Police station, Lockers, Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Montpellier Saint Roch Train Station
Address: Place Auguste Gibert BP51238 34011 MontpellierOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:45am to 12:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:45am to 12:30am
Public holidays: 4:45am to 12:30am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Intercity trains (Téoz), Night trains (Lunéa), Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Facilities for disabled persons including wheelchairs and boarding ramps, Lost and found, British Transport Police, Tourist Information Point, Toilet, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Lyon and Montpellier
Besides being known for its culinary and architectural heritage, Lyon is also renowned for its effervescent cultural scene. You can enjoy a show in the beautiful National Opera which offers prestigious ballets all year round.
Located in the heart of the Languedoc Roussillon, Montpellier is the perfect place to experience the art de vivre of southern France: elegant, lively, cultured… From Paris in less than 3 hours and a half or from Barcelona in less than 3 hours, offer yourself an escapade to a city that combines old charm with the dynamics of a modern, vibrant, cosmopolitan European city. Outstanding cultural and vanguard destination, Montpellier is more than ever a must!
Reviews & ratings Lyon - Montpellier
We took six train trips in September 2013, a mixture of first and second class tickets. The train journeys were very enjoyable. It was far less stressful than driving while following GPS directions and watching for road signs in French. The only negatives were the last minute posting of the platform number for the train and the confusing order of the carriages. Sometimes the carriage number signs on the carriages did not match the signs on the platform display. Both these contribute to a free-for-all rush carrying luggage up and down stairs.
I was impressed at the comfort and ease at using the train across France.
I really enjoyed the trip! Such an amazing place.
We were unable to travel on the train as we had bicycles and were not advised how to travel with them. One train would accept them but the connection would not.