Relaxing on a train with friends or family, scenery gliding by as your ski resort gets ever closer is a great way to travel – a way to make the journey feel like it’s part of the holiday. There’s more legroom than flying or driving and you can get up and walk down to the café bar. As well as buying a meal and drinks there, you can also bring your own food and drink on board so, if you get a table seat, you can create your own picnic. You can chat with friends, play games, read, watch films, work, snooze – the train journey is time to do stuff you enjoy on your way to Val Thorens.
Val Thorens is very well connected to two of Europe's largest cities by train: London thanks to the Eurostar ski train and Paris thanks to the high-speed TGV trains. This complete guide has all the information you need to decide whether you should come to Val Thorens by train, including a walkthrough with all the steps you need to take to hit the slopes full steam ahead.
- Nearest train station to Val Thorens
- Journey time to Val Thorens by train
- Train prices to Val Thorens
- Travelling by train in France
- London to Val Thorens by train
- Getting from the train station to Val Thorens
- Booking train tickets to Val Thorens
- Luggage & sports equipment on trains to Val Thorens
- Snowcarbon Journey Planner to Val Thorens