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Cheap train tickets Paris-Grenoble-Zurich

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My daughter and I are planning a trip to visit friends this winter break. Both of us are EU passport holders, but not residents. We have been living in the US for more than 20 years. We are flying to London, then cross Channel to Paris, then to Grenoble and Zurich. I wonder if anyone knows of cheaper train tickets for those who hold EU passports or otherwise. My daughter is 23 years old. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The train fare are so expensive, a lot more than I thought. For our trip to Czech, Hungary and Austria this year, we got really good advice from this chat room and got the special train tickets at a cut rate price. Thank you all.

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