Travel from England to Paris

Taking the train is easily the most civilised and stress-free way to reach France.  Hop on Eurostar from London to Lille or Paris, then take a 186mph TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse or High Speed Train) to Avignon, Marseille, Nîmes, Montpellier, Perpignan, Lyon, Bordeaux, Rennes or Nantes, through the countryside with a glass of vin rouge to hand…  Or save time, taking a late afternoon Eurostar to Paris then a couchette on the overnight ‘Train Bleu’ from Paris to Cannes, Antibes, Nice or Monte Carlo.  It’s comfortable and affordable:  London to Paris starts at £69 return, London to Lyon or Bordeaux from £109 return, London to Marseille, Perpignan, or Nice from £119 return.  Unlike a flight, that’s city centre to city centre, with no baggage fees, no airport taxes, infants go free, significantly less impact on the environment, and bring your own bottle of wine for the journey if you like as there’s no rules against that on the rails. Text Source:

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