Train Barcelona → Paris
Duration 06:33 - From R995
Your travel by train from Barcelona to Paris
Travelling between Spain and France is an exciting experience on the Elipsos Trenhotel. The overnight train travels daily between Barcelona and Paris taking around 13 hours. All carriages are comfortable with four classes of service, from reclining chairs, to private cabins with en-suite bathrooms and WCs. “Grand class” passengers enjoy an evening meal and breakfast and other passengers can visit the buffet car for refreshments.
Barcelona’s train station Estació de França in the city centre mostly serves regional destinations. Elipsos’ services are the only one international trains that depart from this station to France. Barcelona airport is just over 10 miles away. The Elipsos Trenhotel departs and arrives in Paris Gare Austerlitz on the Left Bank of the Seine. The station is well connected by metro, RER and buses and there are intercity connections to the Loire Valley and Orleans. Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon are easily reached on public transport.
Between Barcelona and Paris on the Elipsos Trenhotel a point to point ticket will take travellers from the heart of Spain to the capital of France. To explore both countries freely try a Eurail France-Spain pass or to explore just France on the TGV trains, there’s the France Rail Pass.
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Paris is known for being a romantic city and the symbolic Sacre Coeur is a great place to start a tour of the city. From the hill top visitors have great views of the city. It is easy to jump on the metro to other famous sights: The Louvre, Notre dame, Opera, the Champs Elysees. Visitors often take a boat trip along the Seine stopping at the major sights including the Eiffel Tower.
From Paris, why not explore more of the French countryside on the TGV network or head abroad? Visit Amsterdam, the city of canals, or Berlin and enjoy the famous nightlife.
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