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Travelling fast en comfortable to Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne
Comfortably from Brussels to central London in only 2 hours
22 French destinations are directly accessible from Brussels
The comfortable high-speed train to Aachen, Cologne and Frankfurt
EuroCity trains run directly to Zwitserland, Luxembourg and the East of France every day
InterCity trains to Lille, Luxembourg and other nearby destinations
Treski brings you directly to your favorite skiing destinations in Austria
With the overnight train you're taken safetly to your destination while you sleep
Take your car on a motorail train. A night’s sleep and you'll arrive in the South of France
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TGV® takes you straight from Brussels to 22 French cities. Are you travelling to a destination that is not on the direct route from Brussels? There is a large number of connections within France to hundreds of other destinations. It is easy to reach Bordeaux and Poitiers from Lille or Paris or Bretagne from Lille, for instance. And in Lyon or Valence, there are many connections to the Alps.
In all stations served by TGV®, you can hire a car. You need to book in advance through our partner, rentalcars.com.
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Space for passengers with reduced mobility
As a passenger with reduced mobility, you can travel 1st class for the price of a 2nd class ticket. An area is available with 4 seats (1 of which can be removed), with enough room for a wheelchair and a call button for train staff. Specially adapted toilets are provided near the wheelchair space. There's also a seat for a companion.
The TGV® Bar carriage is open to all passengers. Here you can purchase:
French couturier Christian Lacroix has re-designed the TGV® interior. Humanity, fluidity and modernity are the values reflected in the design. There's a calm atmosphere, with bold shapes and plain but sophisticated colours: you feel just like you're in a cocoon.
There are several areas where you can put your belongings safely away and relax:
On board, you'll find several areas specially designed for working or simply making phone calls:
On board, several areas (Espace Famille) have also been specially laid out so that you can enjoy a comfortable and relaxing journey with your children:
Travel Conditions: No travel conditions.
Exchange Conditions: Exchangeable once, before departure of the train (and up to 1 hour after departure at the departure station).
Refund Conditions: 100% refund if cancelled before the departure, no refund after that delay.
Exchange Conditions: not exchangeable
Travel Conditions: Limited number of seats.
Refund Conditions: not refundable
Refund Conditions: Not refundable.
Exchange Conditions: Not exchangeable.
Refund Conditions: 100% refundable before departure, 0% in all other cases. Cancelled tickets can be refunded up to 60 days after departure.
Travel Conditions: For travellers aged 60 and over. Limited availability.
Exchange Conditions: Exchangeable once before the departure* and up to one hour afterwards in the TGV Brussels-France departure station. *Subject to availability of these fares.
Travel Conditions: For travellers aged from 12 to 25. Limited availability.
TGV® offers different fares that vary according to:
Fares automatically include mandatory booking fees, so that we can guarantee your seat.
Availability of seats in 2nd class is limited. The earlier you book, the better your chance of getting the fare you want.
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Within our two different travel classes, 1st class and 2nd class, you can choose from three levels of ticket flexibility:
TGV® fares vary according to the selected travel class and ticket flexibility. For instance, the 2nd class Prem's fare is the most economical.
Famille Plus fare:
Wheelchair user fare:
Wheelchair user's companion fare:
Blind person's companion fare:
Departing from a Belgian station other than Brussels-Midi? For passengers who have a connection within Belgium before or after their journey with TGV® Brussels-France, most TGV tickets are available in combination with an Any Belgian Station (ABS) fare of € 7 single in 2nd class and € 10 single in 1st class. A TGV ticket with an ABS fare enables you to travel between any station in Belgium and Brussels-Midi (the departure and arrival station for TGV® Brussels-France). This connecting journey in Belgium may be taken from the day prior to your outward TGV journey and/or within one day following your return TGV journey.
And within the Brussels zone?
Tickets for TGV® Brussels-France are valid within the entire Brussels zone for travel to or from Brussels-Midi. There's no need to buy Connection ticket!
The Brussels Zone includes the following stations: Bockstael, Boondael, Bordet, Boitsfort, Brussels-Central, Brussels-Congress, Brussels-Chapelle, Brussels-Luxembourg, Brussels-Nord, Brussels-Schuman, Brussels-Ouest, Brussels-Midi, Delta, Forest-Est, Forest-Midi, Etterbeek, Evere, Haren, Haren-Sud, Jette, Meiser, Merode, Moensberg, Schaerbeek, Simonis, Berchem-Sainte-Agathe, St.-Job, Uccle-Caelevoet, Uccle-Stalle and Vivier d’Oie.
For customers in a hurry, TGV® offers cheap Prem’s tickets (limited availability, no refund, no exchange).
Bahncard 25: This card gives 25% discount in Germany when travelling with ICE or conventional trains (not valid on Thalys).
Bahncard 50: This card gives 50% discount in Germany when travelling with ICE or conventional trains (not valid on Thalys).
Railplus: The Railplus card offers 25% discount on international journeys with conventional trains everywhere in Europe. Railplus is not valid on specific trains with compulsory reservation (i.e. Eurostar, Thalys and TGV).
100% discount Belgium: Holders of a token for free transport in Belgium or a Network Railcard do not have to pay for the Belgian part of an international journey with conventional trains.
50% discount Belgium: If you have a reduction card giving 50% discount on the Belgian rail network (e.g. Large Families, Preferential Reimbursement or Military card), you also get 50% discount on the Belgian part of an international journey with conventional trains (e.g. InterCity, InterRegional or local trains).
40% discount Netherlands: Do you have a 40% discount card in the Netherlands (e.g. "Dal Voordeel" or "Weekend Vrij", replacing the former "NS Voordeelurenkaart")? This card gives 40% discount in the Netherlands (Monday-Friday: only for departures after 9AM). Not valid on Thalys.
100% discount Netherlands: Do you own a OV-Jaarabonnement card? Holders of a OV-Jaarabonnement card do not pay for the Dutch part of an international journey with conventional trains to/from the Netherlands.
ThePass Business: ThePass members pay a membership fee entitling them to reduced fares and increased flexibility when travelling to certain Thalys destinations.
ThePass Premium: ThePass members pay a membership fee entitling them to reduced fares and increased flexibility when travelling between Paris and Brussels.
ThePass Weekend: ThePass members pay a membership fee entitling them to reduced fares and increased flexibility when travelling to certain Thalys destinations.