Before the French network of high-speed lines were constructed, Dijon was on the main railway route between Marseille and Paris. Though now the route taken by the TGV trains bypasses Dijon, hence the comparatively sparse service of direct trains.
Final Destination: Nancy or Luxembourg
All trains also call at: Lyon Part-Dieu
These trains travel on a high speed line for more than 80% of the journey.
2 x trains per day
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings usually open: 4 months ahead of the travel date - but bookings can open sooner when SNCF is running a promotion.
When making an online booking, check that you’re looking at booking info for these direct trains, they are typically scheduled to depart from Marseille at 09:45 and 16:02.
Though when looking up this journey many more journey options will be available that all involve making a connection in Lyon.
Seats will automatically be assigned when booking tickets for this journey, but rail pass users will need to be pay a reservation fee prior to boarding - though if you will be travelling with an InterRail or Eurail pass, you can avoid this fee by:
|Ticket Provider||Approximate Cost|
|SNCF Connect||from €33|
|Download the SNCF Connect App||from €33 (in £s)|
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