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Tours to Paris Train Information

Trains arrive inParis
Trains depart fromTours
Distance205 km

Trains from Tours to Paris: Journey Details

Trains in France are an efficient way to travel between cities, with SNCF offering domestic and international train routes. Tours and Paris are around 240 kilometers apart, so taking the train is an excellent and relatively fast option. SNCF offers a daily service from Tours to Paris, starting at 7:35 a.m. and finishing at 5:31 p.m. The journey takes just over an hour. There are a total of 6 trains every day, with no late evening departures, although you can catch indirect service via Le Mans. All trains from Tours to Paris arrive at Montparnasse station, just to the south of Paris city center, and there are no major differences between weekend and weekday frequencies.

Return trains from Paris to Tours are also available.

Taking the Train from Tours

All trains to Paris from Tours will depart from Gare de Tours - the city's major train station. However, if you are planning to catch the high speed TGV, a short rail connection will be required to nearby Gare de Saint-Pierre-des-Corps. The Gare de Tours is only a few hundred meters south of the historic center of Tours, so it should be within walking distance of many hotels. There is also a regular shuttle bus from Tours airport for those who are transferring from a flight, which takes about 20 minutes.

Getting into Paris by Train

Paris is known around the world for its romantic atmosphere, captivating galleries and museums, along with its films, architecture and cuisine. Built around the banks of the River Seine, the center of Paris is full of tourist attractions, from the artistic masterpieces of the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower and the bohemian streets of Montmartre. All trains from Tours to Paris arrive at Montparnasse station, in the southern half of Paris. From there, getting into the city center is simple. Just catch the Metro Line 4 from Montparnasse to Les Halles or Chatelet, which takes about 10 minutes.