Train Lyon → ParisFrom AU$ 39
- Departure station : Lyon part dieu (5, Place Charles Béraudier 69003 Lyon)
Lyon perrache (14, cours de Verdun 69286 Lyon cedex 02)
- Arrival station : Paris bercy (48, bis boulevard de Bercy 75012 Paris)
Paris gare lyon (Place Louis Armand 75571 Paris cedex 12)
Main stations in Lyon and Paris
Lyon Perrache Train Station
Address: 14, cours de Verdun 69286 Lyon cedex 02Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 5am to 12:45am
Saturday and Sunday: 5am to 12:45am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Tourist Information Office, Lost and found, Toilets, Waiting rooms, ATM and Public Payphone.
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.
Paris Gare de Lyon Train Station
Address: Place Louis Armand 75571 Paris cedex 12Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 5:45am to 9:45pm
Saturday and Sunday: 5:45am to 9:45pm
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER, Corail)
SNCF rail agents, Car Parking, Currency exchange, Ticket Office, Assistance for disabled, Lockers, Lounge, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Lyon and Paris
Travelling by train from Lyon to Paris
Travelling from Lyon to Paris on board the TGV will take just 2 hours. The high speed French train is equipped with a restaurant car and large comfortable seats.
Located in Lyon, the Lyon Part Dieu railway station is an important transport hub. Lyon Part Dieu railway station is connected to other public transportations. Paris Gare de Lyon railway station is found in Paris. It is served by the train operating on the Lyon to Paris route.
Is a train ticket better or a rail pass? Travelling only a couple of time from Lyon to Paris, the train ticket is ideal, cheaper and more convenient. A train ticket from Lyon to Paris includes your seat reservation if you are travelling on board a high speed train, international train, scenic train or night train. Regional trains do not require a seat reservation. For more trips from Lyon to Paris, and to visit more of a region or country, a France rail is better.
Discover Lyon and visit other cities by train
Lyon is the gateway to the Rhone-Alps region. It is regarded as the capital of the French cuisine and as such welcomes more than 5 million visitors every year.
Reviews & ratings Lyon - Paris
We travelled from Paris to Lyon in first class. After 20 hours of flying we were very pleased to have purchased first class tickets. It was a very enjoyed journey. Highly recommended way to travel.
We caught the train from Lyon to Paris and it was a lovely way to travel. We bought 1st class, and was a little surprised there was no food but it was very comfortable and a nice way to travel (ie you get the sight see a little as you commute).
This was a very efficient, affordable and comfortable way (seated in first class) to travel from Paris to Lyon and see some of the country side which we wouldn't have seen from a plane.
great way of getting to your destination, the seats were very comfortable, carriage nice and quiet and the train was on time.
We enjoy European train travel. The trains are clean, comfortable and reliable. The booking process was easy. We will travel by train again when next in Europe.
After 10 days of travelling France and watching vehicle traffic, I made the decision to cancel the booked hire car and travel by train from Lyon to Paris. I booked on line and had confirmation within 2 hours with the Print@ Station ticket option. Process was painless andshortcut the long queues at the ticket office. Less than 2.5 hours after printing my ticket in Lyon, I was off the train and into a taxi in Paris. A great way to travel for a stress free holiday.
I spent a great day in Paris on a daytrip from Lyon. It was so easy to access the TGV using the metro networks in both Paris and Lyon, making the entire journey a pleasure to experience.
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.
On time, very comfortable and able to work easily
the train could be in better conditions ie seats were not as well kept. outside of the train was dirty making it hard to see outside the window.
Trip was on time. In all of our train trips in France we were allocated seats facing towards the rear of the train and with restricted window space. Which was annoying and disappointing. We felt that the worse seats on the train were allocated to overseas bookings. However it is a very economical and quick way to travel. There is barely enough space for suitcases and we were travelling off peak so must be very difficult when trams are full.
We had the tickets, but I was concerned that I had to do more with them, get them stamped or something, but information told me I was good to just board and use them. With these trains, you just wait in the area near the platforms (voies) and wait until the boards show which one your train will board from. Then there is a mad rush as everyone heads down a platform and onto a train. If you're coach 12, that can be a long way down the platform. Good smooth travel, quiet and fast.
I was impressed at the comfort and ease at using the train across France.
The trip was only a couple of hours. Safe, comfortable, clean and on time. Great value for money. Beats driving hands down.
This was our first trip via train in Europe we found it comfortable and relaxing. only negative was lugging our luggage up the stairs as we were seated upstairs and travellers seem to want to push and shove a bit .