TGV Alleo France - Germany (TGV Alleo)
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Société Nationale des Chemins de fer français (SNCF)
Eurail and TGV Alleo France - Germany (TGV Alleo). How to buy a reservation or can I travel for free. Train information, photos and videos.
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Buy the reservation at a railway station. Reservations are usually available at stations in all countries where a particular train runs through. In many countries, especially in central and eastern Europe you can also buy reservations for trains in other countries. In some countries (for instance in the Netherlands or Spain) you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter.
Alleo is the brand name for international high-speed trains between between France and Germany running at up to 320 km/h. For these services, both German ICE and French TGV trains are used. TGV Alleo services are operated with double-deck TGV 2N2 (EuroDuplex), offering comfortable 2nd and 1st class seats in open-plan confirguration with air-condition and plugs. A bistro car is available on all services.
No compulsory reservation for travels within Germany.
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