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TGV Paris-Toulouse takes approx 5h 20m. (True very fast train to somewhere north of Bordeaux, then normal express from there on). Comfortable unless chock-a-block.
TGV Toulouse-Lyon takes approx 4h 45m. (very fast between Avignon and Lyon).
Lyon-Geneva by Corail Lunéar (comfortable express) takes 1h 42m.
Other suggestion (but disclaimer: I'm not trying to persuade you not to go to Lyon or Geneva, just pointing out an alternative) : you could go Toulouse-Nice then take an Italian train Ventimiglia-Florence. It may take time (haven't got details), because of changes, but it'll fit in a day. And you would follow the Med coastline from Marseille all the way round, often on corniche lines squeezed between mountains and sea. I've never done it, but I think it would be a nice trip. Then Florence-Venice is not a huge jump.
Of course, you wouldn't be going via Finland, and what would that reveal about European attitudes to strange far northern countries where the Triloqvists dwell?
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