Choose from two TGV INOUI routes to and from Southern France
On 15 December 2019, we inaugurated the Nîmes Montpellier bypass—a new high-speed rail line that expands your travel options in the southern French region of Occitanie. We now offer two TGV INOUI itineraries:
- The existing high-speed line, with stops at Nîmes Centre and Montpellier Saint-Roch stations.
- The new high-speed bypass, serving Nîmes Pont du Gard and Montpellier Sud de France stations. This route saves around 10 minutes to/from Nîmes and 15 minutes to/from Montpellier1.
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From inside France, dial 3635 any day of the week, 07.00-22.00 (cost of a local call). From outside France, dial +33 8 92 35 35 35 (cost of an international call, plus any fees charged by your service provider).
Dozens of TGV INOUI trains to and from Paris and other French cities every day
We’ve updated our travel offer to and from Nîmes and Montpellier, with trains divided roughly equally between the existing high-speed line and the new high-speed bypass. Any day of the week, enjoy the TGV INOUI travel experience to and from:
- Paris—10 trains from and 9 trains to the French capital, including 5 from and 4 to Paris via the new bypass
- Other French cities—10 trains from and 11 trains to Lille, Lyon and more, including 3 from and 5 to these destinations via the new bypass
1 Since December 15, 2019, when we opened our Nîmes Pont du Gard station, the shortest TGV travel time from Paris to Nîmes Pont du Gard is 2h49. The new station is located 14 km from the centre of Nîmes, 24 km from Arles and 35 km from Avignon.
2 The following fares qualify as TGV Business Première: Business Première, Fréquence 1re, Fréquence 30 1re, Liberté 1re, 1st-class group fares and discounted 1st-class fares.
3 Services available Monday through Friday (excluding school summer holidays), at rush hour (trains departing between 07.00 and 09.00 and between 16.30 and 18.30), on the following TGV INOUI lines: Paris-Bordeaux, Paris-Lille Flandres and Lille Europe, Paris-Lyon Part-Dieu, Paris-Marseille, Paris-Montpellier, Paris-Nantes, Paris-Rennes and Paris-Strasbourg.
Photo credit (banner): Letizia Le Fur