Eurostar is the high-speed rail service directly linking the UK to France and Belgium via the Channel Tunnel. It started operating in 1994, providing city centre to city centre services. The fastest London-Paris Eurostar journey time is 2 hours 35 minutes, London-Brussels 2 hours 15 minutes and London-Lille just 1 hour 40 minutes.
In the heart of the awesome Sologne Forest and Boischaut Nord Forest in nearby Berry, the little Blanc-Argent train will take you out to the wild and genuine countryside between Salbris and Luçay-le-Mâle. French state regional railway
Le Train Jaune
Already, for the last 90 years, the Train Jaune with its blood red and gold livery has been the criss-crossing the territory as a veritable symbol of the Languedoc-Roussillon Region. The journey on the Train Jaune resembles a panoramic film, in time with the swaying of the carriages: half way up the steep inclines of the Vallée de la Têt, the train is on close terms with the void before gently crossing wide bucolic landscapes at the foot of the Canigou, Cambre d'Aze, Carlit and Puigmal massifs, with the silhouette of La Serra del Cadi in the distance. (French state regional railway)
Le Train du Kaolin
Take a great break with the Train du Kaolin which runs between Limoges and Brive. Intense nature in an authentic and fascinating countryside. (French state regional railway)
Le Trein des Merveilles
At the gates of Mercantour, enter the last kingdom before Italy, a treasure of the Haut-Pays. Leaving from Nice, the train travels through the valleys of Paillon and Roya Bévéra, affording a rich tapestry of landscape to the traveller. Enthusiasts will appreciate the 3 spiral tunnels on the line. Pretty and colourful villages are dotted along the peaceful railway: Peillon, Sospel, Breil, Saorge, La Brigue, and Tende. (French State regional railway)
Les Chemins de Fer de la Corse
Nicknamed 'U trinighellu' (the trembler) by the inhabitants, between the sea and the mountains, this railway line offers you a whole host of varied landscapes. Departing from Bastia and from Ajaccio, the train leaves behind the coastal plains and, in less than two hours, climbs the thousand metre gradient separating it from the station at Vizzavona. (French state regional railway)
OrlyVal (Paris France)
ORLYVAL Service uses the ORLYVAL automatic train line. ORLYVAL is the most reliable way to travel to and from Orly airport and Paris, and provides a regular service from Orly Sud or Antony, from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day of the week.