Cities served by TGV Lyria trains: Lausanne
Located in western Switzerland on the northern banks of Lake Geneva, Lausanne is the fourth biggest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of Vaud. Built on the slopes of three hills, it stretches out over a difference in altitude of 500 metres.
It is a vibrant city attracting tourists and business travellers. It is well known as the Olympic capital, home to the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee.
TGV Lyria journeys from France to Lausanne
French travellers can reach Lausanne in Switzerland from Paris, Dijon, Dole, Frasne and Vallorbe. Your TGV Lyria arrives at Lausanne station, located in the heart of the city.
Paris <> Lausanne
The Lausanne <> Paris line met with great success as soon as it opened in 1984.
The high-speed Paris <> Lausanne line was actually the first link between France and Switzerland! There are 4 to 5 return services between Paris and Lausanne, with a journey time of 3 hours and 40 minutes. These trains also serve the stations of Dijon, Dole, Frasne and Vallorbe.
Dijon <> Lausanne
TGV Lyria offers up to 5 return services a day between Dijon and Lausanne. These trains start their journey in Paris.
Paris <> Lausanne via Geneva
There is a new TGV Lyria link between Paris and Lausanne via Geneva. From now on,business travellers heading for Lausanne, but needing to go through Geneva, can take this TGV Lyria. It runs four times a week from Monday to Thursday, and also stops at Bourg-en-Bresse and Bellegarde.
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