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All aboard OUIGO for the French Riviera

You can now book travels at budget fares to various destinations on the French Riviera departing from Paris-Lyon and Lille-Flandres train stations.

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Fancy a week-end in the sun-kissed French Riviera? Our high-speed low-cost trains will now take you there at budget fares.

Moreover our pink and blue train service now operates from the heart of Paris. After Paris-Montparnasse at year-end 2017 and Paris-Est in July 2018, Paris-Lyon is the third Parisian train station to offer OUIGO service.

There are now, every day, three return-trips to Marseille and Nice, starting and terminating at the one of the main train stations in Paris. And all are at low prices: for example, adult fares start at 19€ for a trip from Paris to Nice.

OUIGO, the revolution of low-cost high speed train travel

Launched in 2013, OUIGO aims to promote low-cost rail service. 33 million passengers have been carried by the service since its inauguration, with trains operating at over 80% capacity. In 2018, this represented 13% of total high-speed travellers in France. 28 destinations across France are currently served.

Additionally, the low-cost fare targets have been met, as 65% of our customers have paid fares lower than 25€ in 5 years.

Book a trip to 11 destinations in the South-East

Climb aboard OUIGO and travel to:

  • Aix-en-Provence TGV
  • Antibes
  • Avignon
  • Cannes
  • Les Arcs Draguignan
  • Lyon Saint-Exupéry
  • Marseille
  • Nice
  • Saint-Raphaël
  • Toulon
  • Valence

Travel at a low fare between Lille and Marseille

You can now also travel at a low fare to the South of France leaving from the Lille-Flandres train station.From Lille, head to these destinations:

  • Aix-en-Provence TGV
  • Avignon
  • La gare TGV Haute-Picardie
  • Lyon
  • Marne-la-Vallée
  • Marseille
  • Roissy Charles de Gaulle

OUIGO keeps gathering speed

Here are our objectives for 2020:

  • 25% of high-speed rail traffic in France
  • 26 million passengers
  • 30 destinations
  • 70 daily departures
  • 34 trainsets