Valentine’s Day competition: try out BUSINESS 1ÈRE.

Take part in our competition and with luck you will win an outward-and-return trip for two people from Switzerland to Paris. 

You will travel in BUSINESS 1ÈRE, which is TGV Lyria’s most comfortable class. Take advantage of the opportunity to experience the new fleet and enjoy the city of love. All you have to do is answer the following question:

From which Swiss city has it recently become possible to travel in BUSINESS 1ÈRE?

Send your answer directly via e-mail to partnervertrieb@sbb.chLink opens in new window. by Friday, 21 February 2020 at the latest. Please remember to include your contact details. 

Terms and conditions of participation in the competition.

There is no obligation to make a purchase. The judges’ decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into. Employees of SBB as well as companies involved are excluded from taking part in the competition. No cash payments will be made. The prize will be awarded at random in a draw that includes all participants who have answered the question correctly. The winner will be notified by e-mail. The entry deadline is 21.2.2020.

Source: TGV Lyria

TGV Lyria begins 2020 with its new fleet.

TGV Lyria operates at up to 320 km/h between Switzerland and France with its new fleet. Services include a free Wi-Fi connection on all routes. Each comfortable new double deck train has 500 seats, and this represents an increase in capacity of around 30 per cent. 

The BUSINESS 1ÈRE travel class is now also available on the Lausanne–Paris route. In BUSINESS 1ÈRE, passengers enjoy seats as comfortable as those in 1st class, hot dishes served at their seat and any drinks they wish. They are attended by extremely committed staff. Furthermore, they benefit from complete flexibility: free, unlimited ticket exchange and refund as well as access to all trains on a given day to the same destination. All this is provided at a fixed price.

Find out more about TGV Lyria, BUSINESS 1ÈRE and all new features in 2020 here Link opens in new window.

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