This rail map from TGV-Europe.com shows high speed train lines in France & Western Europe along with:
- Cities connecting TGV / Highspeed Rail Lines
Countries included are France, Spain, England, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Italy (the
Railteam partner countries).
The high speed rail networks for each country include:
Train tickets can be purchased from RailEurope.com (for US or Canadian), from Voyages SNCF (UK residents) or directly from TGV-Europe.com if you live elsewhere.
France TGV Map showing high speed train lines in deep purple and light purple (click to enlarge).
This TGV Map shows the main TGV destinations in France:
The principal France TGV routes shown on the TGV map include:
- TGV South-East (Sud Est) Line (leaving from Gare de Lyon station in Paris)
- Paris to Lyon
- Paris to Dijon
- TGV Alps (Alpes) Line (from Gare de Lyon in Paris)
- Paris to Grenoble
- Paris to Annecy
- Paris to Chambéry
- Paris to Aix-les-Bains
- TGV Mediterranean (Méditerranée) (from Paris – Gare de Lyon)
- Paris to Marseille
- Paris to Avignon
- Paris to Aix-en-Provence
- Marseille to Toulon (non-high speed)
- Marseille to Nice (non-high speed)
- Paris to Nimes
- Nimes to Montpellier (non-high speed)
- TGV Atlantic (Atlantique) (from Paris – Gare Montparnasse)
- Paris to Tours
- Paris to Bordeaux
- Paris to Toulouse
- Paris to Pau
- Paris to Lourdes
- Paris to Le Mans
- Paris to Rennes
- Paris to Nantes
- TGV North (Nord) (from Paris – Gare du Nord)
- Paris to Lille
- Paris to Dunkerque
- TGV East (Est) (from Paris – Gare de l’Est)
- Paris to Reims
- Paris to Metz
- Paris to nancy
- Paris to Strasbourg
Téoz train lines, in yellow, are regular speed (110 km/h) intercity trains. TGV train lines in purple (both light and dark), are high speed train lines, known as LGV (lignes à grandes vitesses) on which TGV trains operate at 300-320km/h depending on style of train. New double decker (duplex) TGV trains travel at 320km/h (199mph) at full speed while the older single level TGV trains operate at 300km/h (186mph).
Many edge destinations such as Nice, Toulon, Montpellier have a portion of the TGV route run at regular speed on non-TGV specific train lines (which are less straight). These parts of the TGV route are run at non-high speed which is about 110km/h.
This TGV Map shows high speed train lines in France. This includes the main TGV lines, Eurostar, Thalys, TGV East networks. (Click map to see full version).
Hover your mouse over the TGV line names on the bottom right hand legend to highlight a single train line on the TGV network map.
The main TGV line covers all major cities and many smaller cities in France.
TGV south: Bayonne, Toulouse, Perpignan, Nimes, Montpellier, Avignon, Aix, Marseille, Toulon, Nice.
TGV West: Brest, Rennes, Nantes, Tours, Bordeaux.
TGV Central: Paris, Lyon, Dijon, Lille.