Go to Le Havre in TGV
High-speed TGV trains provide a swift and comfortable mode of transport between cities all over France and beyond. With trains that travel up to 320 km/h, isn't it time you took the TGV to Le Havre
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Trains TGV going to Le Havre
Services provided by TGV
The modern TGV fleet travel at speeds of up to 320 km/h, connecting towns and cities in France. With comfortable seats and ample leg room, free Wi-Fi (on certain services), power sockets at every seat and a bar/buffet, taking the TGV train to Le Havre is the stress-free way to travel. There are dedicated family spaces, extra facilities for wheelchair users and a generous luggage allowance take two bags or suitcases and one piece of hand luggage with you, and don't fret over a weight limit!
How to book your TGV ticket to Le Havre?
Booking your TGV ticket to Le Havre couldn't be easier. Choose from M-tickets, E-tickets and paper tickets. Grab bargain fares up to 90 days in advance you'll save the most by purchasing non-refundable and non-exchangeable standard class tickets for certain routes and trains. TGV Leisure tickets provide more flexibility, and fully exchangeable tickets can be refunded even after departure! Groups of four travelling together only pay for three tickets, and kids under four go free so long as they sit on your knee!
Choosing to travel with TGV to Le Havre means:
- A chilled, efficient and enjoyable journey!
- The uber-modern train service provides a swift and comfortable way to explore France and its regions.
- With a full range of facilities designed with the contemporary traveller in mind, these trains are the new benchmark in rail travel.
- For those travelling with pets, bikes or sports equipment, TGV trains can be a great option (conditions may apply).
- You get to see the gorgeous French countryside out of your carriage window for free what could be better?
Services on board3.7/5
Andrew M. Posted on 08/08/2018Everything was as expected
Yuan L. Posted on 13/07/2018Relaxed, happy, historical, human, friendly！
Peter M. Posted on 12/07/2018A little too Warm in the cabin
Carter J. Posted on 11/07/2018my train was cancelled because of strikes and I had to change train which was very awkward and complicated will not recommend
Charles C. Posted on 08/07/2018Every train ran late throughout our stay in France
Kristie C. Posted on 08/07/2018The train was very hot in first class and no one checks tickets and there were rude people fighting and taking photos of other passengers and putting them on Snapchat
Anna P. Posted on 08/07/2018Conductors were helpful with finding our coach
Linda J. Posted on 07/07/2018Liked being able to board 20 minutes before departure
Judith P. Posted on 06/07/2018Very crowded and noisy
Barb R. Posted on 06/07/2018that even though we travelled on a strike day, all went smoothly.