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Nantes SNCF TGV & Classical Train station

Address and Timetables for Nantes TGV railway station 



27 Boulevard Stalingrad - 44041 Nantes


Monday to Friday: 4:20am to 12:15am  
Sunday: 5:30 to 12:15am  

Public holiday timetables

Monday to Sunday : 5:30am to 12:45 am

Getting to Nantes railway station

By public transport  

By tram 

Line 1: François Mitterrand/Jamet <> Beaujoire/Ranzay 

The tram station is located on the north side of the railway station 

By Bus 


C2: Gare SNCF Sud - Le Cardo  

C3: Boulevard de Doulon - Boulevard Charles Gautier  

C5: Gare SNCF Sud <> Quai des Antilles 

By intercity coach 

1: Nantes - Saint Père-en-Retz 

3: Nantes - Saint Michel-Chef-Chef 

4/270/290: Nantes - Remouillé 

10/10E: Nantes - Guéméné 

11: Nantes - Plessé 

12: Nantes - Saint Philbert de Grand Lieu 

20: Nantes - Savenay 

22: Nantes - Grandchamp des Fontaines 

31: Nantes - La Regrippière 

46: Nantes - Saint Mars-la-Jaille 

48: Nantes - Petit Mars 

50: Nantes - Savenay 

46: Nantes - Saint Mars-la-Jaille 

71: Nantes - Blain 

180: Nantes - Geneston 

Lila Premier: Nantes - Grandchamp des Fontaines 

Consult the timetables and information on the Aleop network website. 

By long-distance coach: 

With the CTA network: 

12: Nantes - Saint Jean de Monts 

13: Nantes - Noirmoutier 

With the TER network: 

6: Nantes - Cholet 

7: Nantes - Poitiers 

11: Nantes - Saint Gilles-Croix-de-Vie 

By shuttle bus: 

You can easily take a shuttle bus to the airport or train station. 


By car


Parking: the car parks 

There are six EFFIA car parks close to Nantes railway station. You can book parking and find out more on the EFFIA website. 

If you are travelling to and from Nantes SNCF railway station by car: all information (access, parking, services). 

By taxi 

You can easily get to and from Nantes railway station by booking an SNCF My Chauffeur Door-to-Door Service chauffeured vehicle for up to 4 passengers. 

Coach & TER regional train connections 

Nantes – Nort/ Erdre – Châteaubriant 

Nantes – Poitiers 

Nantes – Redon – Quimper 

Nantes – Redon – Rennes 

Nantes – La Roches – Les Sables 

Nantes – Vertou – Clisson 

Nantes – Tours – Orléans 

Nantes – Saint Nazaire – Le Croisic 

Nantes – Luzon – La Rochelle 

Nantes – St Jean de Monts 

Nantes – Angers – Le Mans 

Nantes – Cholet 

Nantes – Challans – Pornic 

Nantes – Noirmoutier (coach) 

More information about public transportation in Nantes 

We recommend you allow some extra time for your journey in case of a TAN delay because: 

  • Your ticket won't be refunded if you miss your OUIGO train. 

  • You won't be able to travel on a later TGV using this ticket. 

It's best to plan things in advance. If you buy your tickets in advance, you won't be stuck in a queue at the station. 

Factor in the time it takes to get to the station so that you arrive 30 minutes before your train's scheduled departure. Train doors close 5 minutes before departure. 



By train to Nantes… and beyond!  


Nantes, nicknamed the “City of the Dukes” or the “Venice of the West” is a welcoming city and a lovely place to wander around. But it’s also quite close to the sea! By car or by bus, Nantes is often less than an jour away from some of the most beautiful French beaches: Pornic, Clion-sur-Mer... May it be summer or winter, the coast will surprise and charm you with its lovely views. Pack your swimsuit or your trekking shoes!