See Wales play in Paris this Spring
Wednesday 14 November
Supporting RBS Six Nations champions Wales might be easier than you think this season, with return train tickets to Paris starting from just £93.
First Great Western and Eurostar now have a range of through fares to Europe on their respective websites, which means that a journey from Cardiff to Paris can be purchased online, including the cost of transfer on the underground from Paddington to the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras.
First Great Western’s Account Manager David Gardner said:
“Without the journey to and from an airport and added security measures causing lengthy check in queues, train travel really is a viable alternative to flying this season.”
Leaving Cardiff Central at 05:55 supporters can be in Paris in time for lunch, arriving 12.47. France play Wales in the Six Nations championship on Sat 9 February 2013 and train tickets for the match weekend will open for sale at midday on Friday 23 November.
Standard Class returns start from just £93, with the added benefit that there is no airport tax, restrictive baggage allowance or lengthy check in times.
To book your train ticket now, please visit First Great Western.