While Covid has slowed cities down, construction still continues on, so we are happy to announce that the Paris Metro line 14 is now extended with an extra 4 stops and many shared connections and it is open for those who are essential and require it to travel. See more information here
Find your way around Paris with the Paris Metro, with brand new maps from the EUtouring Team, listing the connecting lines, stops and nearby tourist attractions every step of the way. See them all here
An entrance to Gare Denfert-Rochereau – the oldest train station in Paris that offers trains, metro and more.
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A view down one of the platforms within a Paris Metro as passengers leave the train.
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The Viaduc d’Austerlitz, showing a more modern bridge in Paris, wit ha backdrop of glass buildings within the city.
Taken from over the road to the Viaduc d’Austerlitz seen behind the trees, which carries a metro line.
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The Viaduc d’Austerlitz as it passes over a road before then travelling over the River Seine, supporting a metro line.
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The metro line at Gare d’Austerlitz which leads out above ground and then over the River Seine.
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A view from beneath the Viaduc d’Austerlitz, showing the stone and metal work along with unique support pillars.
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This time in place of our usual teaser we thought to share an exclusive photo with you all – A unique and modern entrance to the Metro, just one of many to find in Paris.
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