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Hi there

can anyone help me. I am planning to go from Paris to Lourdes by tgv train. Can you advise me whether the first class travel is more comfortable than travelling by second class



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1. Re: tgv trains

Only slightly. I'll go with 1st class if the price difference is very minimal - may 10€ at most. Otherwise 2nd class is fine.

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2. Re: tgv trains

Not much difference at all. If you can find, which you often can, 1st class tickets for the same of just a but more than 2nd class, buy them , but otherwise we are talking about a few centimeters more space - never worth it to me.

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First has not only extra legroom but extra seat width as well. In first class it's 1+2 seating whereas in second class it's 2+2. If you prefer not to have someone sitting alongside you then 1st is the only way to guarantee that. There is more room on the luggage racks in first as there are less people per carriage. And the general ambience is usually a little quieter and more spacious for the same reason.

Well worth it, specially if you are an overseas traveller, maybe a bit tired and jet-lagged and maybe with larger bags. The 1st class advance purchase PREM tickets are a fantastic deal.

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