France-Spain TGV restarts as Eurostar increases services

A woman wearing a mask in a train station. France-Spain TGV trains have restarted and Eurostar is increasing journeys to France from the UK.
Many international train services are not yet running at full capacity.

Train travel between France and Spain restarted yesterday (July 1), as Eurostar announced plans to resume direct journeys from London to Disneyland Paris theme park.

Return train journeys between Paris (Ile-de-France) and Marseille (Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur) to Barcelona resumed yesterday (June 1) - ten days after Spain reopened borders with France following Covid-19 travel restrictions.

The high-speed TGV trains are currently scheduled to run once a day from each of the cities. 

Read more: Masks mandatory on trains in France post-confinement

Read more: SNCF opens bookings for summer train travel in France

More journeys to be added

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