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Paris - Strasbourg
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Train Paris → Strasbourg

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

    Intro on journey – train comfort.

    Located in Paris, the Paris Gare de l’Est railway station is an important transport hub. Paris Gare de l’Est railway station is connected to other public transportations. Strasbourg railway station is found in Strasbourg. It is served by the train operating on the Paris to Strasbourg route.

    Is a train ticket better or a rail pass? Travelling only a couple of time from Paris to Strasbourg, the train ticket is ideal, cheaper and more convenient. A train ticket from Paris to Strasbourg 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 Paris to Strasbourg, and to visit more of a region or country, a France Rail Pass is better.

    Discover Paris and visit other cities by train

    Although there is no best time to visit Paris, you will find a less crowded city in august. This is because during that month most Parisians take their vacations and leave the city. You can visit the city at your own pace and enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere.

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    Reviews & ratings Paris - Strasbourg

  • "TGV Comfort"    
    We booked this trip first class - it was!  
  • "So convenient"    
    I was particularly impressed with the helpful staff at the train station who allowed me to change my train at the last minute. Thank you!!  
  • "Best Way to Travel"    
    Efficient comfortable travel. Sit back and relax as the picturesque country views roll by.  
  • "France in a train"    
    The ease of travel around France in clean quite rail cars is a pleasure, only made better by the helpful staff at the stations,we will always go rail first, so easy and practical Cheers, John  
  • "Train travel to Strasbourg"    
    Very easy to use and very efficient. Very cost effective too. Only criticism I could make would be limited space for luggage near your seating on my carriage.  
  • "smooth easy ride"    
    aLeft and arrived on time. Very comfortable and safe in e middle. Good job.  
  • "Paris-Strasbourg"    
    Train was spot on time and very comfortable. As hubby and I had prebooked reserved tickets even our seats were labeled with our names to ensure no other passengers were in our allocated seats. The only down side of train travel is the limited luggage space at the ends of each carrage.  
  • "Train Travel"    
    Apart from the comfort and benefits of the train travel in itself, the taxi from our hotel to Gare de l'est to depart and taxi to the hotel on arrival in Nancy were both fast and inexpensive (compared to taxi to airports).  
  • "Nancy to Strassbourg"    
    We enjoyed the "slower" train through the French countryside. We could see more and the "local" feeling of passengers getting on and off at regional stations added to the interest. Although slower than TGV we enjoyed the experience.  
  • "A pleasant trip."    
    Very pleasant trip through the French countryside. Departure and arrival were on time. Boarding and departure procedures were excellent - particularly compared to air travel.  
  • "TGV from Strasbourg to CDG"    
    Very comfortable trip. Convenient to go to CDG as we were flying back to Australia the next day, staying overnight at the Novotel. My only complaint is that when you book on line and print out the PDF copy of your eticket the coach number gets jumbled up with the rest of the text and is very difficult to read. Apart from that Rail Europe is a very easy web site to navigate. Thank you.  
  • "Fast Way out of CDG Airport."    
    Being able to connect to the TGV at the airport is a BIG plus. Unfortunately, although we had 1st class tickets the carriage was more 2nd class, very disappointing! It appeared to be an OLD TGV carriage. This was not the start to our 6 weeks of train travel we expected. ,  
  • "rail to Paris"    
    to travel by train is to relax and enjoy the countryside pass by Alas, with this trip (and the 5 others we booked through raileurope) we did not have the chance to choose the seating  
  • "Allocated seating"    
    On TGV and Eurostar, all 6-journeys over the last three weeks, the allocated seats had our backs to the direction of travel and provided practically no window area. Moving seats to a window area was possible only on two of the trips.  
  • "Booking TGV from Australia"    
    Rail Europe made our complicated train travel itinerary in Europe very easy.