More and more TGV INOUI destinations
After its successful debut on lines such as Paris-Lyon-Marseille, Paris-Bordeaux-Toulouse, Paris-Lille and Paris-Strasbourg, TGV INOUI is stepping up its presence throughout France.
World-class high-speed rail service is now available to and from South-western France, thanks in part to our new Nîmes-Montpellier bypass.
Experience the best in high-speed travel
Aboard your TGV INOUI, you’ll enjoy personalized service, attentive staff, and unrivalled comfort. All TGV INOUI trainsets and seats have been completely renovated to include power points and specially designed spaces where you can work, relax, or chat with friends.
Brittany or the Alps? Get there in no time
TGV INOUI will reach a new milestone in France this year. By the end of 2020, premium high-speed service will be available in:
- Rennes, Quimper and Brest in Brittany
- La Rochelle
- Annecy, Chambéry and Grenoble in the French Alps
New European destinations
Travelling around Europe? Starting in 2020, you can take TGV INOUI to Turin and Milan in Italy. More interested in Tintin than Fashion Week? No problem. We now offer TGV INOUI service to Brussels, too.
And don’t forget our original European offer:
- in Germany, service to Freiburg im Breisgau, and to other German cities under our partnership with Deutsche-Bahn
- in Luxembourg
Over 310 TGV INOUI trains throughout France by 2021
Adapting to your needs
With boarding gates now installed in our stations, tickets are checked before you board, so our train managers can focus on you and your needs. And we’ve trained 8,000 SNCF employees to provide more personalized service during your journey.
With TGV INOUI, you’ll enjoy free on-board WiFi throughout your journey. Visit our WiFi portal to:
- get real-time passenger information
- chat with other passengers
- track your train’s progress
- listen to podcasts and read stories to your children
- play games
And be sure to try our new on-line services, including in-seat meal ordering with a priority pick-up line in the café-bar.
of our TGVs¹ will become TGV INOUIs by year-end 2021
1 For a total of 319 trainsets out of 336 (excludes OUIGO et Lyria).