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Night trains are slowly making a comeback

2023-12-09T09:47:13.958Z

Highlights: Night trains are slowly making a comeback. Driven by the demand for more environmentally friendly transport, sleeping cars are back in service. On 11 December, a line. left Nice-Ville at 19:07 p.m., and entered Paris-Austerlitz station a little before 8 a.m. on this autumn Friday. Hundreds of people get off the wagons: young people with backpacks, pensioners on bicycles, families dragging children and suitcases. The price is 53 euros, at 51 euros, with mask and earplugs included.


LE PARISIEN WEEK-END. Driven by the demand for more environmentally friendly transport, sleeping cars are back in service. On 11 December, a line


Yves looks quite surprised but, yes, he slept well during his first trip aboard the Intercités which left Nice-Ville at 19:07 p.m., and entered Paris-Austerlitz station a little before 8 a.m. on this autumn Friday. This sixty-year-old from Nice, who is a fan of the TGV and Easyjet flights, opted for the night train, seduced by the time saved.

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"From Nice, we lose a big half-day on the road, which is not negligible on a short stay." Hundreds of them get off the wagons: young people with backpacks, pensioners on bicycles, families dragging children and suitcases. With her eyes still swollen, Célina let herself be rocked on her bunk from Saint-Raphaël (Var), surprised to find a "very correct" price, at 53 euros, mask and earplugs included.

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Source: leparis

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