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Question about the SNCF

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I went to their website today to research a train trip fom Lyon to Paris on a Saturday afternoon in May. To start the search, you're presented with a map of the world toenter your country of residence. So when I clicked on the map of the US, it showed redirected me to Raileurope's website, which showed 3 TER trips, roughly 5 hours. When I clicked on the map of France, it showed additional TGV's, roughly 2 hours.

Does anyone know what accounts for the discrepency? Are Americans prohibited from booking TGV passage on the SNCF website?



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