Go to Mulhouse in TGV Lyria
Wish to travel between France and Switzerland in great comfort, at an affordable price and with modern on-board facilities at your disposal? If so, the TGV Lyria train to Mulhouse is the perfect choice! Read on to find out more...
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Trains TGV Lyria going to Mulhouse
Services provided by TGV Lyria
Whether travelling Second or First Class on board the TGV Lyria to Mulhouse, you can be sure of having an extremely comfortable, relaxing trip. In the middle of the train is a bar and restaurant with a wide selection of meals and snacks and there is plenty of luggage storage space on board. First-class seats for wheelchair users (at the price of a standard fare) are available with disabled toilets nearby. Specially reserved family areas make travelling with children a dream, with tables for children to play on, food warming facilities and baby changing areas nearby. Finally, do you enjoy stretching your legs whilst travelling? Charge your mobile phone by pedalling the on-board giant mobile phone chargers!
How to book your TGV Lyria ticket to Mulhouse?
If you wish to find the cheapest TGV Lyria ticket to Mulhouse, plan your journey as far in advance as possible. Book up to four months in advance and get a non-flex non-exchangeable non-refundable ticket for the lowest fares. Purchasing a rail card can provide you with a discount for certain journeys. And you don't have to worry if you would like to take a small pet or a bike on board - with TGV Lyria you can, free of charge!
Choosing to travel with TGV Lyria to Mulhouse means:
- Optimum comfort for all travellers with headrests, fold-down tables, personal reading lamps and foot rests.
- Power! Electricity sockets can be found all throughout the train so you can charge your mobile phone or laptop on board.
- A variety of seats in various positions and classes to suit all travellers, from commuters to families.
Services on board3.4/5
Alexandre F. Posted on 26/06/2018The bad smell of the toilets
Cheryl W. Posted on 25/02/2018There weren’t many services on board? But great trip
"pankaj kumar" B. Posted on 02/01/2018Sun
"jan uwe" N. Posted on 10/12/2017I found it strange that using toilets at the train station is charged while it is free on the train. Toilets on the train are likely more difficult to clean and perhaps ticket holders could be given free access to the toilets in the station.
Angela C. Posted on 05/12/2017Seating was comfortable. Was disappointed with the selection of food and drink available from the buffet car. It was also very expensive - over 6 euros for a sandwich!!
Meray R. Posted on 28/11/2017Beautiful scenery.
Robert C. Posted on 12/11/2017no one checked my ticket.
Graeme J. Posted on 12/11/2017Good way to see the countryside
Alan C. Posted on 08/11/2017Great trip.
Kyungkyun N. Posted on 30/10/2017Nothing to say. It was perfect