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Arial view of Basilica of the Rosary in Lourdes, France

London to Lourdes trains

Travel en famille
with tables for four
Sit back, relax
and enjoy the views
Disabled toilets throughout
plus accessible boarding

Trains from London to Lourdes


Take the train to Lourdes

Your journey will be in two parts, Eurostar to Paris, Gare du Nord then onwards to Lourdes on a TGV from Gare Montparnasse.

If you’re travelling as a family group the train is a great option as you can sit together and move around easily.

With our two-bag luggage allowance you don’t have to worry about packing light and there are no restrictions on liquids.


What’s on board?

For great value tickets, book a seat in Standard. There’s plenty of leg room and space to move around, and you can curb your hunger at Café Métropole, our onboard bar buffet. In Standard Premier and Business Premier, we’ll serve a meal en route at your spacious and comfortable seat.

If you’re a Standard Premier or Business Premier traveller who is hopping on a TGV InOui in Paris, you can sit in First Class for the second part of your journey. So sit back, relax and enjoy watching the scenery pass by.


Changing stations in Paris

On arrival in Paris, get a taxi or take Metro Line 4, direction Mairie de Montrouge and go to Montparnasse Bienvenue.

Give yourself around 45 minutes for the transfer as there’s a bit of a walk from the metro to the station.

Your train will arrive at Lourdes station, a short hop from the town centre and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes.

Missed your connection because of a delay or cancellation?

You can hop on the next available train (HOTNAT) when travelling on high-speed services which are part of the Railteam alliance. 

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