With the city opening back up, transport in, within and out of Paris is up and running. We’ve put together all of the new RER maps for your convenience here. We recommend checking timetables in advance as some maintenance is happening on various train lines!
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Learn how to get to the Gare du Nord Train station in Paris, with many connections and plans, including the Eurostar both to and from the UK, other countries and other parts of France.
A view down one of the platforms within a Paris Metro as passengers leave the train.
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The oldest still running train station in Paris – Gare Denfert-Rochereau – a large clock and statues placed above the entrance.
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Looking over Place Denfert-Rochereau to the train station here which is the oldest in Paris from the 1800’s.
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An informational board for trains arriving to Gare de Lyon, including types of trains and country-wide trains to the station.
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A group of statues found on the Gare de Lyon, named “City of Marseille” where this train station had a departure point.
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Sculptures and details of Gare de Lyon’s clock tower, an impressive bit of stone work to admire before taking some transport.
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This statue found on the front of Gare de Lyon is named l’Electricite and was created by Paul Gasq in 1899.
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