Paris railway stations

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from Paris by train to:

London
in 2 hours
Antwerp
in 2 hours
Brussels
in 1 hour
Lyon
in 2 hours
Cologne
in 3 hours
Rotterdam
in 3 hours
The Hague
in 3 h 30 min
Amsterdam
in 4 hours
Marseille
in 3 hours
Stuttgart
in 4 hours

The traveltimes above are for high speed trains (300 km/h). A reservation of a seat well in advance makes travelling on these trains usually much cheaper.

French railways (national - state owned): sncf.com - eurostar.com - thalys.com

Madrid
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Berlin
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Prague
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Milan
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Rome
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Barcelona
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City images Paris : March 2003

There are several railway stations in Paris

High speed train station at Paris Charles De Gaule airport.

Here at the airport terminal you can catch direct trains towards Brusssels, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Lyon and Marseille.

Gare du Nord (North Station)

12 photos at the railway station

Thalys at Paris North

Situated in the North with high speed train towards Brusssels, Antwerp, Rotterdam, The Hague and Amsterdam (Thalys) and towards London (eurostar). There is a direct metroline (4 Porte d'Orleans) towards Gare Montpasnasse.

Gare de L'Est: situated east of la Gare du Nord within walking distance and linked by metro with Gare du Nord.

Gare Saint Lazare: situated in the North Western part of the city.

Gare Austerlitz:situated Place Valhubert; 13th Arrondissement. The name of Austerlitz recalls the famous battle won by Napoléon in Austria on the 2nd of December 1805, against Austro-Russian armies. It was originally conceived as a railway terminal for the Orléans Company, running its first line here starting with 1840. Consequent extensions took place in 1846 and 1852. Finally, the station as seen today was rebuilt by the architect Pierre-Louis Renaud (1865-1868). Trains depart from this station bound for the South-West of France, Spain and Portugal.

Gare Montparnasse: situated in the Southern part of the city accross the Seine river. There is a direct metroline (4 Porte d'Clingoutant) towards the North Station. Here many trains towards everyrthing west of Paris towards the Atlantic Ocean (Brest)

Gare de Lyon: situated in the South Eastern corner of the city, with trains going to the South: Lyon, Marseille, Nice.

Railway stations of Paris news: 2003 - 2009

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