Train St Pierre des corps → ToursFrom AU$ 14
- Arrival station : Tours (Place du Général Leclerc 37000 Tours)
travellers in 2015
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Tours Train Station
Address: Place du Général Leclerc 37000 ToursOpening hours: Monday: 4:15am to 1:15am
Tuesday and Sunday: 4:45am to 1:15am
Public holidays: 4:45am to 1:15am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER), Intercity trains
SNCF rail agents, Facilities for disabled persons, Lost and found, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency exchange, ATM and Public Phone cabins.
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Reviews & ratings St Pierre des corps - Tours
Since it's Christmas Eve, the fare is a bit high. The train was delay for 10-15 minutes upon arrival to St Pierre Des Corps. We'd to pick up our rental car at St Pierre Des Corps before 6:00pm on Christmas Eve(They're closed on Christmas Day). Thanks to the train officer who helped us to phone to the rental car pickup desk informing them about the delay arrival of the train since we don't speak or understand French. Finally we did pickup the car and continued our trip as scheduled. Thankyou so much!
Hi, we trained around France and the service was excellent. The on time departure and seating comfort was great. Booking on line and buying tickets at the Gares was easy. Will use train again when we go back next year. regards Graham
Trains are in very good condition, 2nd class was perfectly adequate - A/C, nice and clean, comfortable, plenty of room. I travelled from one side of France to the other - with very many train changes, and it went very well. There was always room for my suitcase very near to me so I could keep an eye on it. The train numbers, routes, platforms etc were easy to understand, and extremely efficient. All ran on time to the minute. Specific hints - * in some of the very small stations there wasn't always the big yellow ticket collection machines that I could print off my tickets from (but these were easy to find in the larger stations), so in this case I made sure I had all my booking info in case I was asked. * When getting onto any train - you have to "validate" your ticket by sticking it into any of the green or yellow machines which time stamps the ticket. These are in the main train ticket area and on some platforms. I was delighted with all my train travel throughout France.
The train was comfortable and clean. It was a convenient way to travel.
The train system is so easy! We took a trip from Tours to Paris. Left our hire car at Tours and hopped the train. There was a lift at the platform so no need to lug our suitcases up stairs. We had a confirmed seat number so,settled in for the ride. Seats were comfortable, journey was quick and very inexpensive, and very clean. Why drive into a big city if you can take the train in comfort.
I caught the TGV from Paris-Tour return for a weekend to visit family in the Loire Valley. From booking online in Australia, to receipt of my online tickets, printing out at home to catching the train at Montparnasse, the trip was flawless. The TGV was very comfortable, quiet and smooth. It was a speedy trip, leaving and arriving on time. It is a great way to travel. And it was the same for the return trip! If only the Australian Governments would bite the bullet and commit to such a level of train travel, then so many cars would be taken off the road, there would be huge savings in energy and lives, and it would bring Australia much closer together. I have used TGVs for years and it is the best way to travel within France. Viva la France!
A nice way to see the county side. Train was clean and on time.
The trip was pleasant without any problems.