Thalys is an international high-speed rail company that connects France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. Thalys routes include trains to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne, and now Dortmund, making it a perfect companion as you hop around Europe by train.
Thousands of bargain-priced Thalys Sun tickets have been released, just in time to book your next trip to the South of France! Get cheap train tickets for routes from Belgium and the Netherlands to Valence, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Marseille online with us.
This summer, let a Thalys Sun train whisk you to the South of France in just a few hours! Tickets are now on sale for services running every Saturday from the 3rd of July to the 21st of August 2021 from Brussels to Valence, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Marseille. Trains from the Netherlands to the South of France will operate from the 10th of July.
Need to fill up on your vitamin D? Book your Thalys train tickets to the South of France now and travel on a high-speed train at a cheaper price. Conditions apply.*
*The Standard mini, Comfort mini, Premium mini, Youth mini, Mini group, Comfort deal and weekend Comfort fares, which used to be non-exchangeable, will now become exchangeable until the departure time. However, a € 5 euro fee per ticket will be charged, as well as the price difference between the old and the new ticket. These tickets will still remain non-refundable.
As for the other Standard (including Youth, Kid and Senior) and Comfort fares, the ticket can be exchanged without a fee until the departure time. The price difference between the old and the new ticket will still be charged.
Thalys trains call at some of the most scenic and historic cities in Europe, including Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne. With multiple services each day, it's so easy to travel across this region and find yourself in a different city each day.
Using our Thalys map, you can begin to plot jour journey across this region of Europe, making it very simple to see where you are going and how long some of these journeys will take.
Thalys trains travel extensively across Western Europe, calling at major towns and cities across France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. Check out some of the most popular routes on the Thalys network.
Thalys trains take passengers along high-speed routes across Western Europe, including destinations in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. With speeds reaching up to 300 km/h, you can be whistled through the countryside and arrive before you know it!
Despite being built in the mid-1990's, Thalys trains are still some of the most comfortable and fastest trains in continental Europe. Thalys trains are built using models of the French TGV high-speed train, which is evident in the spacious seats and smooth ride passengers get, regardless of what comfort class they are in.
The distinctive colour scheme, along with the Thalys trains imposing size, makes them hard to miss on any platform. With three classes: Standard, Comfort and Premium, travelling with Thalys is one of the most ideal ways to navigate Europe.
Thalys train journeys have three different ticket types: Standard, Comfort and Premium. Each class comes with WiFi as standard, as well as large, comfortable seats, and access to food and drink whilst onboard.
Find out more about travelling First Class with Thalys.
One of the best ways to find and book cheap Thalys tickets is to book in advance. Tickets are released three months before the date of departure, usually at their lowest price, so if you know the dates you’d like to travel, we’d recommend snapping them up as soon as possible before they’re gone! Bear in mind these tickets are usually non-refundable or exchangeable.
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With us of course! Simply use our journey planner to put in your route, the time and date you want to travel and you are on your way. It really is that simple.
When booking with Trainline, we will send you an email confirmation, along with a PDF copy of your ticket to print. Simply follow the instructions, and you will have a physical copy of the ticket ready to go when you are at the station.
Thalys is part-owned by three different companies. SNCF holds a majority share, with Deutsche Bahn and SNCB also having large minority shares in the train company.