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Hi, I will travel from Paris to Macon, I realized that cheapest ticket is Idtgv direction Paris- Lyon. It seams that it is attached to a regular tgv train ( it reaches Lyon at the same time). I checked that tgv stops in Macon Loche, when I asked Idtgv customer service if I could end my journey in Macon they answered that the train direction is Lyon and it's not possible. Does any of you traveled on Idtgv and knows how it really is? Is it actualy different train or they don't open the doors or is it forbidden to leave before reaching the final destination?
Thanks for any advice.

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