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Trains in La Plagne

Discover & book La Plagne train services


    About Trains to La Plagne

    About Trains to La Plagne

    Although there is no train station in La Plagne, there is one at the foot of the valley in Aime La Plagne, where national and international trains arrive. 

    From Aime La Plagne you can easily pick up connecting buses from the train station up into the various resort villages in La Plagne. These buses run from mid December to the end of April and start at around 07:15 in the morning and run until 20:45, taking you to Plagne 1800, Bellecote, Plagne Centre, Plagne Villages / Soleil and Aime 2000. Return journeys start at around 07:25 and finish at around 19:35. 

    Landry train station is the next stop along from Aime, on the way to Bourg St Maurice. Buses operate from Landry to Montchavin / Les Coches on Saturdays only, or alternatively you could take a taxi from this train station to your accommodation. 

    If you're looking for how to get to La Plagne by train from further afield, read our guide on National and International Train Services. Trains connect to Aime on the valley floor below the villages of La Plagne.

    Getting Here


    For information and timetables on the TGV (high-speed trains) & national rail services, visit the SNCF website. TGV-europe have timetables for all European train travel. The Eurostar website has train timetables from London to Paris and Brussels.

    Getting Around Guide to La Plagne

    Once you've arrived in La Plagne, how do you get from A to B?