OUI.sncf is the official European distribution channel of the French railways (SNCF) for online sales of high-speed and conventional rail travel throughout France and Europe: plan your journeys, book your train tickets and get inspired by our travel guides!
OUI, the digital distributor of SNCF products and services in Europe
OUI has 8 websites in 12 languages, all with mobile versions. Seven countries have their own dedicated site: Germany, Belgium (in French, Dutch and English), Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands and Switzerland (in French, German and English). The 8th website is in English and is aimed at all other European customers, using the Euro as its sole currency.
European rail experts to serve our customers
Local expertise: each country has its own dedicated team as well as a. multilingual aftersales service.
A complete range of products and services for travelling in Europe
Our full range of rail products and services, including trains operating in France (TGV, iDTGV, Intercités, etc) and international rail operators (Thalys, Eurostar, Elipsos, TGV Lyria, TGV France Italy, TGV France Spain, CityNightLine, Italo), brings you high-speed travel options throughout Europe.
Our first priority is to keep internet users up-to-date about the latest offers and rail news, but we also have a range of associated services (secure payment, payment by PayPal, e-ticket, mobile app) to simplify train travel in Europe. Don't forget to use our best fare finder to find the lowest prices for more than 200 journeys three months in advance.
The OUI.sncf group
OUI.sncf Group in Europe is a major tourism expert in the distribution of European train journeys and the destination France. One third of it's 650 employees is dedicated to the development of the European and websites. With a sales revenue of 3,6 billion euros, its business volume grew significantly in 2012 with 7%.
The OUI.sncf group aims to be Europe's nº 1 rail operator and a major international group.
This new dimension responds to the liberalisation of European markets, developments in consumer practices and the influence of the key digital players who are transforming the e-tourism market.
In response to today's rail distribution challenges and new purchasing habits, OUI.sncf now has a powerful, flexible network of 13 websites, multilingual mobile apps, 4 shops and an integrated call centre to meet the needs of its European customers.
It covers more than 30 countries via websites dedicated to the travel industry - and a network of more than 15,000 accredited travel agents and tour operator partners to distribute its rail products in Europe - as well as websites for individuals, multi-linguistic applications, 4 dedicated shops (Cologne, Geneva, Milan and Aachen) and an integrated call center service.
OUI.sncf also has a series of dedicated websites for travel professionals, thus providing over 15,000 approved travel agencies and tour operators with the means to distribute its rail products in Europe, Supported by ticket offices and boutiques in Brussels, Cologne, Geneva, London, Milan and Madrid.
As of today, OUI.sncf works hard to simplify rail travel in Europe, with a dual focus on innovation and customer service.
SNCF: Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français [The French National Railway Operator]
The SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français) Group has a turnover of €32.6 million, a presence in 120 countries and 245,000 employees. It is a world leader in people transport, freight transport and logistics.
The SNCF group offers a complete range of mobility solutions through its five business lines (SNCF INFRA: network operation and management, works, maintenance and engineering; SNCF PROXIMITÉ: regional transport, rail transport in the greater Paris region (Ile-de-France), Intercités and Keolis; SNCF VOYAGES, high-speed passenger transport, i.e. TGV, iDTGV, Eurostar, Thalys, Lyria, Alleo, Elipsos, Gala, TGV Italy, Westbahn, NTV, Long-distance passenger transport, i.e. iDBUS, and OUI.sncf, which manages on-line distribution; SNCF GEODIS, GARES & CONNEXIONS: the management and development of French railway stations and multidisciplinary construction and development activity).