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Prices explained

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The cheapest price is the lowest fare we've ever found for this journey. These prices can usually be found by searching when booking opens but they vary due to availability, which depends on factors like the day of the week or time of year.

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  1. Cheapest price £35.50
  2. 30 day advance £35.50
  3. 7 day advance £60.00
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Direct TGV Duplex trains depart Paris for Antibes several times a day, or you can travel through the night on an Intercites de Nuit train in spring and summer.

  1. Fast TGV trains take between five and six hours for the 950-km journey from Paris to Antibes. The route followed by the TGVs cuts south-east from Paris, skirting Burgundy and crossing the River Rhône east of Lyon. Almost before you know it, you are in Provence. Just before Marseille, the TGVs to Antibes leave the high-speed line and follow a traditional rail route east along the Mediterranean coast towards the French Riviera.

    Bookings for this route usually open three months in advance. However, for the summer holiday season Loco2 is often able to sell tickets up to five months in advance. Book early for the cheapest tickets from Paris to Antibes.

    Apart from the high-speed daytime services, there is also an overnight train from Paris to Antibes.

    Paris to Antibes

    Paris to Antibes

    Every day, four or five direct TGV services depart from Paris Gare de Lyon station for Antibes. These high-speed TGVs (usually double-deck TGV Duplex units) run non-stop to at least Valence in the Rhône Valley. Many don’t make a single stop until well into Provence. There’s a nice balance to this journey: an impressive high-speed run at the start, giving a sense of real progress towards the south of France, and then a more leisurely pace for the last couple of hours as the train cruises the Riviera coast.

  2. The direct night train from Paris to the French Riviera runs most nights of the year. It is called the Train Bleu and carries couchettes as well as carriages with reclining seats, but has no proper sleeping cars. It’s a cost-effective way of travelling overnight from the French capital to the Riviera resorts. In addition to serving Antibes, this overnight service also stops at Saint-Raphael, Cannes and Nice.

    Bookings for the Train Bleu night train from Paris to the French Riviera normally open three months prior to travel, although bookings for journeys in the mid-summer holiday period may open a little earlier. The basic fare includes a reclining seat. For some added overnight comfort, we recommend paying that little extra for a couchette, ideally in a four-berth compartment.

    If you don’t fancy the idea of an overnight journey from Paris to Antibes, you’ll find an excellent choice of direct high-speed daytime services departing from Paris Gare de Lyon.

    Paris to Antibes (night train)

    Paris to Antibes (night train)

    The night train from Paris to Antibes (and other Riviera resorts) leaves from the Gare d’Austerlitz in the French capital. This train does not follow the modern high-speed lines but sticks to traditional routes. The accent is not on speed, though the train travels without any scheduled stops between Paris and Provence, so maximising the chances of a good night’s sleep. The final part of the journey in the morning affords fine views of the Esterel coast as the train heads towards Cannes and Antibes.

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Different countries have different classifications for "Child" and "Youth". That's why we ask you to enter the age of young passengers when you search.

Countries Children Youths
Belgium and Luxembourg 6 - 11 12 - 25
Eurostar 4 - 11 12 - 25
France* 4 - 11 12 - 25
Germany* 6 - 14 15 - 25
Italy 4 - 11 12 - 25
Netherlands (including Thalys) 4 - 11 12 - 25
Spain* 4 - 13 14 - 25
Switzerland 6 - 16 17 - 25
United Kingdom* 5 - 15 16 - 25
others 4 - 11 12 - 25

* There are some exceptions to these definitions. Please see child and youth passenger age requirements for more information.

You can also read about Youth and Senior discounts and railcards.

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