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Paris Train Stations, Rail Maps and Airport Train Transfers

Paris is the railway hub of France as well as the rest of the continent; the city boasts six major international railway stations. The main one is the Gare de Lyon in eastern Paris. If arriving from the UK you will arrive at the Gare du Nord. The public transport network of buses, metro and RER trains serves all railway stations. Furthermore most of them have tourist information offices. There are seven tourist offices in the city, five of them at the railway stations one at the Eiffel Tower and one on the Champs-Elysees. Visit www.paris-touristoffice.com or www.paris.org for more information.

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Main Train Stations

Gare de Lyon Station
Place Louis Armand, Paris 75012
(Hotels nearby)

Gare du Nord
Rue de Maubeuge, Paris 75010
(Hotels nearby)

Gare de l'Est
Place du 11 novembre 1918 Paris
(Hotels nearby)

Major Airports

Paris Orly Airport
Orly Sud 103, 94396 Orly Aérogare
Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport
Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport, BP 20101, 95711, Roissy Charles de Gaulle




Rail Map of Paris

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Country Rail Map of France

Showing major train routes and cities nearby Paris.

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  represents normal rail lines in France
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