List of TGV services

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A TGV Sud-Est, the first trainset in regular service.

The TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse) is a high-speed rail service, which started operation in 1981.

This article is a list of all high-speed train services in France. This includes all international high-speed trains that make at least one station stop in France, as well as domestic high-speed trains. Most trains use the LGV network to attain the top speed of 320 km/h (200 mph), but many services also utilise the classic network to reach off-network destinations.

All services are TGV services operated by SNCF, unless otherwise stated. Other operators that run high-speed trains in France include Eurostar, Ouigo, Renfe and Thalys.

International services[edit]

Route Calling points Notes
FranceSwitzerland (TGV Lyria)
Paris–LyonZürich–HB Dijon–Ville ‡, Belfort-Montbéliard TGV, Mulhouse, Basel Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonLausanne (via Dijon) Dijon–Ville, Dole, Frasne, Vallorbe Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonLausanne (via Genève) Bourg en Bresse, Nurieux †, Bellegarde, Genève–Cornavin Correct Dec 2021
FranceItaly (TGV France-Italie/Thello)
Paris–LyonMilano–Porta Garibaldi Mâcon Loché TGV, Chambéry, Modane, Bardonecchia †, Oulx, Torino–Porta Susa Correct Dec 2021
FranceSpain (Elipsos)
Paris–LyonBarcelona–Sants Valence TGV, Nîmes–Centre, Montpellier–St Roch, Sète, Agde, Béziers, Narbonne, Perpignan, Figueres–Vilafant, Girona Correct Dec 2021
Lyon–Part DieuBarcelona–Sants Valence TGV, Nîmes–Centre, Montpellier–St Roch, Béziers, Narbonne, Perpignan, Figueres–Vilafant, Girona. This service is operated by Renfe AVE trains. Correct Dec 2021
Marseille–St Charles ↔ Madrid–Puerta de Atocha Aix en Provence TGV, Avignon TGV, Nîmes–Centre, Montpellier–St Roch, Béziers, Narbonne, Perpignan, Figueres–Vilafant, Girona, Barcelona–Sants, Tarragona, Zaragoza–Delicias. This service is operated by Spanish high-speed trains (Renfe AVE). Correct Dec 2021
FranceBelgium, Germany and the Netherlands (Thalys) via LGV Nord. Since most inter-regional services to/from Northern France commence/terminate at Brussels–South (the only calling point in Belgium), they are instead listed in the domestic sections of the table on this page.
Paris–NordAmsterdam–Centraal Brussels–South • , Antwerpen–Centraal, Rotterdam–Centraal, Schiphol Airport. Correct Dec 2021
Paris–NordDortmund–Hbf Brussels–South, Liège–Guillemins, Aachen–Hbf, Köln–Hbf, Düsseldorf–Hbf, Duisburg–Hbf, Essen–Hbf. Correct Dec 2021
FranceLuxembourg and Germany (Alleo)
Paris–EstLuxembourg Metz, Thionville Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstFrankfurt (Main)–Hbf via Saabrücken Forbach ‡ , Saabrücken–Hbf, Kaiserslautern–Hbf, Mannheim–Hbf. Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstFrankfurt (Main)–Hbf via Strasbourg Strasbourg, Karlsruhe–Hbf, Mannheim–Hbf Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstMünchen–Hbf Strasbourg, Karlsruhe–Hbf, Stuttgart–Hbf • , Ulm–Hbf, Augsburg–Hbf, Pasing (München) Correct Dec 2021.
Paris–EstStuttgart–Hbf Strasbourg, Karlsruhe–Hbf. Correct Dec 2021
StrasbourgFrankfurt (Main)–Hbf Karlsruhe–Hbf, Mannheim–Hbf. Correct Dec 2021
LuxembourgMontpellier–St Roch ① or Nice–Ville Thionville, Metz, Strasbourg, Colmar †, Mulhouse, Belfort Montbéliard TGV, Besançon Franche Comté TGV, Dijon–Ville †, Mâcon–Ville, Lyon–Part Dieu, Nîmes–Centre ①; Avignon TGV ②, Aix en Provence TGV ②, Marseille–St Charles ②, Toulon ②, St Raphaël Valescure ②, Cannes ②, Antibes Correct Dec 2021
United KingdomFrance as well as to/from Belgium and the Netherlands via France (Eurostar)
London–St PancrasAmsterdam–Centraal Ebbsfleet ‡ , Ashford † , Calais–Fréthun † , Lille–Europe † , Brussels–South • , Rotterdam–Centraal. Correct Dec 2021
Paris–NordLondon–St Pancras Lille–Europe ‡, Ashford ‡, Ebbsfleet ‡. Correct Dec 2021
Marne-la-Vallée Chessy TGVLondon–St Pancras Lille–Europe. Correct Dec 2021
Bourg St MauriceLondon–St Pancras Moûtiers. Correct Dec 2021

† = most or many trains call at this station. ‡ = few trains call at this station. • = most or many trains commence/terminate at this station.

Inter-regional services[edit]

Route Calling points Notes
Northern and Northwestern France ↔ Eastern France
Brussels–SouthStrasbourg Lille–Europe, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Champagne Ardenne TGV, Meuse TGV †, Lorraine TGV Correct Dec 2021
Northern and Northwestern France ↔ Southern and Southeastern France
Brussels–SouthMarseille–St Charles Lille–Europe, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Lyon–Part Dieu, Avignon TGV, Aix en Provence TGV. Sometimes trains commence/terminate at Lille–Flandres. Correct Dec 2021
Brussels–SouthMontpellier–Sud de France Lille–Europe, Arras †, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Lyon–Part Dieu, Valence TGV, Nîmes–Pont du Gard Correct Dec 2021
Brussels–SouthPerpignan Lille–Europe, Arras †, Haute Picardie TGV †, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Lyon–Part Dieu, Valence TGV, Nîmes–Centre, Montpellier–St Roch • , Sète, Agde, Béziers, Narbonne Correct Dec 2021
Le HavreMarseille–St Charles Rouen, Mantes la Jolie, Versailles–Chantiers, Massy TGV, Lyon–Part Dieu, Valence TGV, Avignon TGV Correct Dec 2021
Northern and Northwestern France ↔ Western and Southwestern France
Brussels–SouthRennes ① or Nantes ② Lille–Europe ①②, Haute Picardie TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Massy TGV, Le Mans ①② †; Angers St Laud Correct Dec 2021
Brussels–SouthBordeaux–St Jean Lille–Europe, Haute Picardie TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Massy TGV, St Pierre des Corps †, Poitiers †, Angoulême †. Some services commence/terminate at Lille–Flandres. Correct Dec 2021
Eastern France ↔ Southern and Southeastern France
NancyNice–Ville Strasbourg, Colmar †, Mulhouse, Belfort Montbéliard TGV, Besançon Franche Comté TGV, Dijon–Ville †, Mâcon–Ville, Lyon–Part Dieu, Avignon TGV, Aix en Provence TGV, Marseille–St Charles, Toulon, St Raphaël Valescure, Cannes, Antibes Correct Dec 2021
Eastern France ↔ Western and Southwestern France
StrasbourgRennes Lorraine TGV, Meuse TGV ‡, Champagne Ardenne TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Massy TGV, Le Mans Correct Dec 2021
StrasbourgNantes Lorraine TGV, Meuse TGV ‡, Champagne Ardenne TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Massy TGV, Le Mans † or St Pierre des Corps ‡, Angers St Laud Correct Dec 2021
StrasbourgBordeaux–St Jean Lorraine TGV, Meuse TGV, Champagne Ardenne TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Massy TGV, St Pierre des Corps †, Poitiers †, Angoulême Correct Dec 2021
Western and Southwestern France ↔ Southern and Southeastern France
Lyon–PerracheRennes ① or Nantes Lyon–Part Dieu ①②, Massy TGV ①②, Le Mans ①②; Saumur ② ‡, Angers St Laud Correct Dec 2021
Marseille–St CharlesRennes ① or Nantes Aix en Provence TGV ①②, Avignon TGV , Valence TGV ‡, Lyon–Part Dieu, Massy TGV ①②, Le Mans ①; Le Mans ② † or St Pierre des Corps ② ‡, Angers St Laud Correct Dec 2021
Montpellier–St Roch ① or Montpellier–Sud de France ② ↔ Rennes ③ or Nantes Nîmes–Centre ①; Nîmes–Pont du Gard ②, Valence TGV ①②③④ †, Lyon–Part Dieu, Massy TGV, Le Mans ①②③④ †; St Pierre des Corps ④ ‡, Angers St Laud Correct Dec 2021
Toulouse–MatabiauLyon–Part Dieu Carcassonne, Narbonne, Béziers, Sète, Montpellier–Sud de France, Nîmes–Pont du Gard, Valence TGV Correct Dec 2021

† = most or many trains call at this station. ‡ = few trains call at this station. • = most or many trains commence/terminate at this station.

Intra-regional services[edit]

Route Calling points Notes
Northern France and Northwestern France
Paris–NordTourcoing Arras ‡, Lille–Flandres • , Croix Wasquehal, Roubaix Correct Dec 2021
Paris–NordDunkerque (via Lille) Arras, Lille–Europe Correct Dec 2021
Paris–NordDunkerque (via Béthune) Arras, Lens, Béthune, Hazebrouck Correct Dec 2021
Paris–NordValenciennes Arras, Douai Correct Dec 2021
Paris–NordRang du Fliers Arras, Douai ‡, Lille–Europe, Calais–Fréthun, Boulogne–Ville • , Étaples Le Touquet Correct Dec 2021
Eastern France
Paris–EstSedan (via Reims) Reims • , Rethel, Charleville–Mézières Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstColmar (via Strasbourg) Lorraine TGV †, Strasbourg, Sélestat Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstStrasbourg (via Sarrebourg) Nancy, Lunéville, Sarrebourg, Saverne Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstSt Dié Champagne Ardenne TGV †, Meuse TGV, Nancy • , Lunéville Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstRemiremont Champagne Ardennes TGV, Nancy, Épinal Correct Dec 2021
Paris–EstBar le Duc Champagne Ardenne TGV, Châlons en Champagne, Vitry le François Correct Dec 2021
Southern and Southeastern France
Paris–LyonBesançon–Viotte Montbard, Dijon–Ville, Besançon–Franche Comté TGV or Dole Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonLyon–Perrache Le Creusot TGV, Mâcon Loché TGV, Lyon–Part Dieu Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonSt Étienne–Châteaucreux Le Creusot TGV †, Lyon–Part Dieu Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonNice–Ville Lyon–Part Dieu ‡, Avignon TGV ‡, Aix en Provence TGV ‡, Marseille–St Charles • , Toulon, St Raphaël Valescure, Cannes, Antibes Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonAnnecy Mâcon Loché TGV, Chambéry, Aix les Bains Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonGrenoble Lyon–St Exupéry TGV Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonÉvian les Bains Annemasse, Thonon les Bains Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonBourg St Maurice Albertville, Moûtiers, Aime la Plagne, Landry Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonMiramas Lyon–St Exupéry TGV, Valence–Ville, Montelimar, Orange, Avignon–Centre, Arles Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonMontpellier–St Roch Valence TGV, Nîmes–Centre Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonPerpignan Valence TGV, Nîmes–Pont du Gard, Montpellier–Sud de France, Sète, Agde, Béziers, Narbonne Correct Dec 2021
Western and Southwestern France
Paris–MontparnasseSt Malo Le Mans † , Laval †, Vitré ‡, Rennes • , Dol de Bretagne Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseBrest ①, Lannion ②, Quimper ③ or St Malo ④ via Rennes Rennes ①②③④ • , St Brieuc ①②, Guingamp ①②; Morlaix ①; Dol de Bretagne † ④; Redon ③, Vannes ③, Auray ③, Lorient Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseLe Croisic ① or Les Sables d’Olonne ② via Nantes Sablé sur Sarthe ①② ‡, Angers St Laud ①②, Nantes ①② • , St Nazaire ①, La Baule Escoublac ①; La Roche sur Yon Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseTours Vendôme–Villiers sur Loire TGV, St Pierre des Corps Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnassePoitiers Vendôme–Villiers sur Loire TGV, St Pierre des Corps, Châtellerault, Futuroscope Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseLa Rochelle St Pierre des Corps ‡, Poitiers †, Niort, Surgères Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseBordeaux–St Jean St Pierre des Corps †, Poitiers, Châtellerault ‡, Angoulême, Libourne Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseArcachon ①, Hendaye ②, Tarbes ③ or Toulouse–Matabiau ④ via Bordeaux–St Jean Bordeaux–St Jean ①②③④ • , Dax ②③, Bayonne ②, Biarritz ②, St Jean de Luz ②; Orthez ③, Pau ③, Lourdes ③; Agen ④, Montauban Correct Dec 2021

† = most or many trains call at this station. ‡ = few trains call at this station. • = most or many trains commence/terminate at this station.

Ouigo services[edit]

Route Calling points Notes
Lille–FlandresMarseille–St Charles Haute Picardie TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Lyon–St Exupéry, Avignon TGV, Aix en Provence TGV Correct Dec 2021
Lille–FlandresLyon–Perrache Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Lyon-Part Dieu Correct Dec 2021
TourcoingMontpellier–Sud de France Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Lyon–Part Dieu, Valence TGV, Nîmes–Pont du Gard Correct Dec 2021
TourcoingBordeaux–St Jean Haute Picardie TGV, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV, Massy TGV, St Pierre des Corps, Poitiers, Angoulême Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseToulouse–Matabiau Angoulême †, Bordeaux–St Jean, Agen, Montauban Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseNantes Massy TGV, Le Mans, Angers St Laud Correct Dec 2021
Paris–MontparnasseRennes Le Mans Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonMontpellier–St Roch Lyon–St Exupéry TGV, Nîmes–Centre Correct Dec 2021
Paris–LyonNice–Ville Lyon–St Exupéry TGV, Aix en Provence TGV, Toulon, St Raphaël Valescure, Cannes, Antibes. Some services commence/terminate at Marseille–St Charles. Correct Dec 2021

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