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Dijon TGV station Practical information

The station was destroyed in 1944 by the German army due to its strategic position, then rebuilt in 1962. Situated on the Paris-Lyon to Marseille Saint-Charles line, Dijon station is part of the SNCF network for the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region. Also known as “Gare Foch”, it is a bifurcation station at the centre of a railway node served by the regional TERs and TGVs, which serves the large French cities (Paris, Montpellier, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Marseille, Nice, Lille, etc.) and Switzerland.
With around 6 million passengers per year, Dijon-Ville is now the principal station in Dijon, and is well placed at the level of national railway transport.

Heading to Dijon?

TGV Lyria stops at Dijon three times a day on the Paris <> Zurich service and five times a day on the Paris <> Lausanne service.

🚋 Do you prefer to use public transport?

  • Tram: T1 and T2
  • Bus: L3, L5, B10, B12, B13, B18, Express, Pleine Lune (night bus) and La City.

Access Dijon train station using the many options available on the Divia public transport network (plan in French)!

💡 Our tip: Download the DiviaMobilités app for seamless travel all over the city of Dijon.

The more adventurous among you could also take a taxi, hire a car, borrow a car from the autopartage car club or a bike from Vélodi (on the square by the tram).

Top-notch customer services at the station

Discover the many practical services on offer to you at Dijon-Ville station:

  • Reception (station hall),
  • special reception services for the disabled (waiting area, every day from 4.15 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.) and for young passengers (relaxation area, every day from 5.50 a.m. to 10.15 p.m.),
  • ticket office located in the station hall with automatic terminals and sales areas 
  • pick-up stations (luggage areas or on the concourse),
  • manual deposit point (next to the WC),
  • lost property (luggage area),
  • waiting room (relaxation area next to the information point or behind the intermodal sales area)
  • digital self-service leisure areas (in the station hall).
  • free and unlimited Wi-Fi

More information about the station

Address: 31, Cour de la Gare, 21000 Dijon, France

Opening hours: Dijon-Ville station is open every day from 4:30 am to 11:15 pm, and from 5:45 am to 11:15 pm on public holidays.

For more information, please visit the SNCF stations and connections website

💡 Did you know? In addition to the TER regional rail network, Dijon station is home to ‘La Gentiane Bleue’, a tourist train specifically for skiers, serving the Métabief ski resort at weekends during the winter season. More information (in French).

Hoping for a trouble-free journey?

We recommend you board your TGV Lyria no later than 2 minutes before the departure time shown on your ticket. This will guarantee you a place on board with us. We wouldn’t want to leave without you!