Dec 23, 2012 - 6:47 AM
Hello rail travelers,
I would like to announce a new direct TGV Lyria service from Lille (France) to Aigle, Martigny, Visp and Brig in the South of Switzerland. The train departs every Saturday from Lille Europe at 10:02, with connections from London and Brussels. Arrival is at 17:08 in Brig.
There also is a direct train back to Lille. It departs from Brig at 12:51. Arrival in Lille Europe is at 18:55, again with connections to London and Brussels.
This train is ideal for winter sports holidays. It will be available until April 6, 2013 (to Brig) and April 13, 2013 (from Brig).
The full timetable can be downloaded as a PDF document. You may also consult the Swiss timetable for this and other train services.
For prices and reservations, please select the appropriate website below. Early booking is recommended. Please note that prices may vary by travel date and booking date.
www.raileurope.com.ar if you live in Argentina.
www.raileurope.com.au if you live in Australia.
www.b-europe.com if you live in Belgium or The Netherlands.
www.raileurope.com.br if you live in Brazil.
www.raileurope.ca if you live in Canada.
www.raileurope.cn if you live in China.
www.raileurope-gcc.com if you live in Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE or Yemen.
www.raileurope.hk if you live in Hong Kong.
www.raileurope.co.in if you live in India.
www.raileurope.co.il if you live in Israel.
www.raileurope-japan.com if you live in Japan.
www.raileurope.co.kr if you live in South-Korea.
www.raileurope.co.nz if you live in New Zealand.
www.raileurope.com.sg if you live in Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore or Vietnam.
www.raileurope.co.za if you live in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia or Zimbabwe.
www.raileurope.co.th if you live in Thailand.
www.raileurope.co.uk if you live in the United Kingdom.
www.raileurope.com if you live in the United States.
www.raileurope-world.com or www.trainticket.com if you do not live in Europe and not in one of the countries mentioned above either.
Last modified on Jan 15, 2017 - 6:04 PM by Arno