What are TER trains in France?

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What is the difference between TGV and TER?

TER are slower local trains, making many stops. TGV are fast long-distance trains, making few stops.

Do TER trains have first class?

There is no first class on TER trains.

Which train is faster the Intercités or the TER?

Slower than TGV but faster than TER, France’s Intercités trains connect French cities with speed and comfort at reasonable fares.

Do TER trains have toilets?

On TER routes served by next-generation Regiolis and Regio2N trains, we now offer more accessibility features for everyone, including independently accessible toilets.

How many trains are there in France?

The railway network consists of about 35,000 km (22,000 mi) of route, of which 2,600 km (1,600 mi) are high-speed lines and 14,500 km (9,000 mi) electrified. About 14,000 trains are operated daily.

Are trains in France reliable?

Re: How reliable are trains in France? Usually very punctual. Most connections between trains are much shorter, 8-10 minutes is common.

Can you eat on TGV?

For your journey onboard a TGV train

A catering service* (4 or 14 cars) is available throughout your trip to enjoy a hot meal, sandwiches, salads or a children’s menu. Save time at the TGV bar by ordering your meal online from this page.

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What is the difference between first class and second class?

First-class seating is more spacious, with fewer seats per compartment, and usually more quiet. There is more room for luggage and it will generally be less crowded as most passengers typically travel in second class.