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Trains to Avignon

Train to Avignon from £49* one way

*Conditions Apply

Terms and Conditions

Price based on a return journey and tickets at this fare are only available for travel (according to your local departure time):

  • between midday and midnight on a Monday
  • anytime on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
  • between midday and midnight on a Saturday.

Subject to availability at the time of booking.

26+ years
12-25 years
4-11 years

Children under four can travel for free provided they sit on an accompanying adult's lap. One child per adult traveller only.

Passengers between 4 and 25 years old

So that we can find the best price for the National Rail part of your journey, please let us know the ages of all passengers who will be between 4 to 25 years old when you travel.

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Take the train to Avignon

Eurostar trains to Avignon leave St Pancras International in the morning and arrive in Avignon just after lunch. You’ll need 30 mins to clear security, then you can find your seat and settle in for the journey.

Whichever travel class you choose – Standard or Standard Premier – Eurostar is the comfortable, hassle-free way to get to Avignon. 

What’s on board?

Seats are spacious, comfortable and ideal for watching the scenery as you speed to Avignon in just 5 hrs 49 mins.

Standard Class passengers can enjoy hot meals, tasty treats and a range of drinks from Café Métropole, our onboard bar buffet.

Standard Premier passengers will be served two complimentary meals en route and can charge their devices at their seat.

Arriving at Avignon TGV

Eurostar trains arrive at Avignon TGV station, a short hop from the city centre and the surrounding areas.

Take the escalators down to the main level where you’ll find buses and a shuttle train to the centre, which takes just five minutes. Heading further afield? Pick up a rental car and hit the road.

Amazing Avignon

Its beautiful location and gentle climate have made Avignon a favourite among artists, sun-seekers and wine-lovers. It’s not to be missed.