Take the TGV from Nantes to Massy for the most straightforward and enjoyable travel solution between these two cities.
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Train TGV Nantes - Massy
Tips for choosing 1st or 2nd class
The good news is that all TGV trains from Nantes to Massy provide a comfortable journey, with plenty of legroom, headrests, Wi-Fi (on certain services) and power sockets at every seat. Standard class has access to a buffet car and dedicated family areas. First class service includes adjustable seats, footrests, fold-down tables, personal reading lights and peaceful carriages. Business class passengers enjoy access to exclusive lounges and dining, seats in Espace Pro Première and a taxi booking service.
Book your TGV ticket at the best price
There are a number of ways to save on your TGV ticket from Nantes to Massy . Family and friends travelling together can buy four tickets for the price of three, and kids under four go free - so long as they sit on your lap. Tickets are available 90 days prior to departure with greater discounts the sooner you book so get planning your trip! The Interrail Pass can be a great money-saving option for those travelling extensively through France.
Why travel with TGV from Nantes to Massy?
- TGV trains provide comfort, speed and modern facilities.
- You benefit from zero luggage weight limits, including sports equipment.
- Cyclists can bring their bikes on board (with a few conditions) and for a size-dependent charge, pets can travel with you too!
- You get to zoom through the beautiful French countryside at up to 320 km/h.
- There are a number of facilities for passengers with disabilities.
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.