Train Paris → RennesFrom ₹ 1,575
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Your travel by train from Paris to Rennes
Paris to Rennes on board the TGV Atlantique train takes a little over 2 hours. The TGV Atlantique is a high speed train linking Paris with Rennes. The train has comfortable seats and a restaurant car.
Paris Gare Montparnasse is a train station located in Paris. It is one of the most important train stations in Paris. Paris Gare Montparnasse is well connected to public transportations and is easily accessible. Rennes train station is located in the city centre of Rennes. Being one of the major train stations in Rennes, it is served by buses and other public transportations.
For a single return trip from Paris to Rennes, a train ticket is the best value for money. Best prices are available when buying the train ticket well in advance. For extensive train travel, a France Rail Pass is the best choice.
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Paris is the inevitable hub to reach other parts of northern France. Most high speed trains from different regions of France stop in Paris.
From Rennes, travellers can take the train to reach other cities and regions of northern France.
Reviews & ratings Paris - Rennes
This was part of my train journey from Munich to Rennes, changing train at Paris. The train journey from Paris to Rennes was quite pleasant but there was hiccup in respect of the train journey from Munich to Paris. Initially I used my 2nd class railpass to buy a train ticket re Munich to Paris but due to a mistake got a ticket for 1st class seat. I went to raileurope office and informed them of the error. Told by staff there that the ticket was invalid, and that I needed to buy another ticket, to return the first ticket and then to request for its refund. I thus bought another ticket, returned the first ticket and asked for its refund. But days later, told by raileurope that the refund was refused. Found this very unjust, unfair and unreasonable to a genuine and honest customer, though this experience did not disturb my journeys in Europe.
I am glad that I didn,t have to change at Rennes as there were hundreds of people eager to board the TGV there.My seat was at the end of the car so access to a toilet was easy and not far from the cafe/bar. The TGV,s started precisely at the minute on the timetable and arrived within seconds of the appointed time.I was very impressed. Thankyou Rail Europe. Rowland.
When I arrived at St. Malo I discovered that I was in time to take a TGV direct from St. Malo to Paris.I went to the ticket office and changed my ticket accordingly and was refunded 2 euros !!!! I got a window seat as well.
We took the train from Paris to Rennes for a quick break out of the main city the train ride was great we went 2nd class but were able to meals and drinks from the dinning cabin and we had very comfortable seat for the trip. Well done.
very nice train
The train was stationed when I reached the Quimper station. The screen showed which platform it was on. Once I reached the train they had a sign with the coach directions. This was what I was worried about. They had a station master to assist. The cabin and seats were comfortable and had good air conditioning. The journey was a comfortable one for sure from Quimper to Rennes.
Very timely and comfortable to travel via euro rail.
Lovely, clean cushy 1st class seats with power outlets - great views out the windows- great way to travel.
Very enjoyable trip, departed on time and arrived at the estimated time. Very comfortable and clean.
No issue during trip. Very good facilities as well for a regional train (compared to other EU regional train)
Overall, good trip with no issue. Very convenient TGV train.
The TGV is a nice train. Be aware that if you are using the Eurorail pass, you must have them punch/stamp your pass for each day of use before you get on the train. Find the place in the train terminal to get this done before your train is ready to depart. Also, we had a hard time booking seat reservations for one of the trips. There were plenty of seats but they system indicated there weren't. It took a lot of emails/complaints (long before we headed to France) to get them to figure it out and get our seats reserved. They showed available before I bought the Eurail passes and then immediately were not right after I bought them. Just be careful. The pass is worthless if you can't get a seat on the train you need.
Excellent coffee and friendly service in the kiosk on the train!
Glad we had allocated seats .. had to ask someone to move out of our seat.