Train tickets «SNCF» French Railways

SNCF train tickets official website in English train schedule French Railways

How to buy tickets for the «SNCF» train

To buy tickets for the «SNCF» train on the official website and find out the train schedule in France, just fill out the search form and specify:

  • City of departure
  • City of arrival
  • Departure date
  • Number of passengers
  • Click on the Find Tickets button.
  • In a couple of seconds, the search system will show you the availability of seats in the cars and you can buy tickets for the SNCF train online on the official website.
  • You can pay for railway tickets in any way convenient for you, for example, using a bank card.
  • Immediately after payment, tickets for the SNCF train will be sent to your e-mail.
  • When boarding the SNCF train, show the ticket to the conductor on the screen of your mobile phone and the original ID.

Contacts of the railway company «SNCF» (French Railways)

Full name: SNCF — Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français (National Society of French Railways)
Main Services: railway transportation in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy and Luxembourg
Year of foundation: 1937
Headquarters: Paris, France
Reward programs:
  • SNCF Voyageur — bonus program for TGV, TER and Intercités;
  • Eurostar Frequent Traveler is a rewards program for frequent travelers to London;
  • Thalys The Card is a bonus program for Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne.
Phone: Calls from France: 3635 — 7 days a week, 07.00-22.00;
Calls from abroad: 00 33 1 84 94 3635.
«SNCF» official website in English:

«SNCF» branded trains and their routes

  • TGV INOUI is a high-speed train serving over 200 destinations in France.
  • TGV Europe — high-speed transportation to Belgium, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg and Germany.
  • INTERCITÉS — transportation to more than 150 French cities.
  • OUIGO — train trips in 41 destinations in France.
  • Transilien — suburban transportation in the Paris area.
  • TER — regional travel and connections to main SNCF lines.
  • Eurostar — high-speed transportation to London from the center of Paris, Lille or Brussels.
  • Thalys — high-speed transportation to Northern Europe: Brussels, Cologne and Amsterdam.

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