Trains to Provence

Travel to Provence

Whether you fancy vineyard-hopping and château-spotting, or just basking in the sunshine and tucking into incredible seafood, Provence delivers every time.

If you're feeling artistic, find inspiration in Aix-en-Provence, a favourite with the likes of Cézanne and Picasso. The Musée Granet is a must, with works by all the great masters of impressionism and expressionism.

Wine connoisseurs and history buffs can check out the stunning architecture and sumptuous Châteauneuf-du-Pape of Avignon, while sun seekers and seafood lovers should hit the beaches and bistros of Marseille and Toulon.

Travel direct from London to Avignon in 5h49 and Marseille in 6h27 from 1 May 2015, or make a quick connection in Lille for Aix-en-Provence and Toulon.

Taking the train to the South of France has never been easier. So sit back, relax and let us whisk you away...


 

* Price based on a return journey. Fares start at £89 for a return ticket in Standard class from London St Pancras International or Ashford International to Lyon Part Dieu and £99 to Avignon TGV and Marseille St Charles. For journeys to the UK, customers will need to leave the train at Lille Europe for security and immigration checks. Tickets at this fare are subject to availability and there may be limited availability for travel on specific days and trains. This fare is available at any Eurostar point of sale including eurostar.com. Book early to take advantage of this fare. A £3 fee applies to all credit card bookings.

** On the way to the UK, simply board your train in Lyon Part Dieu, Marseille Saint-Charles or Avignon TGV. You won’t need to check in or arrive 30 minutes before departure because we’ll be doing check-in, security and immigration checks later in the journey at our hub station in Lille. This is because the stations in Marseille, Avignon don’t have the facilities to do all the necessary checks. When you arrive in Lille, our on board and station teams will guide you every step of the way.