TGV Paris-Colmar

Take the TGV from Paris to Colmar for the most straightforward and enjoyable travel solution between these two cities.

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Train TGV Paris - Colmar

Tips for choosing 1st or 2nd class

The good news is that all TGV trains from Paris to Colmar 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 Paris to Colmar . 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 Paris to Colmar?

  • 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.

Customer information

1489 reviews

4.1 / 5
  • Comfort
  • Cleanliness
  • Services on board
  • Punctuality
  • Everything was as expected
  • Relaxed, happy, historical, human, friendly!
  • A little too Warm in the cabin
  • my train was cancelled because of strikes and I had to change train which was very awkward and complicated will not recommend
  • Every train ran late throughout our stay in France
  • The 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
  • Conductors were helpful with finding our coach
  • Liked being able to board 20 minutes before departure
  • Very crowded and noisy
  • that even though we travelled on a strike day, all went smoothly.