Map of Paris

Transport in Paris

Metro

The Paris Metro, with its famous Art Nouveau station entrances, covers the whole of the city, across 16 lines. With the stations very close together, especially in the centre, it is generally the easiest way to get from A to B in Paris.

Mainline Stations

Gare du Nord serves the North of France, Belgium, Germany, The Netherlands and Great Britain.
Gare de l’Est serves the East of France, Austria, Luxembourg and Southern Germany.
Gare de Lyon serves the south and south-east of France, Switzerland and Italy.
Gare Saint-Lazare serves Normandy & the North-West of France.
Gare d’Austerlitz serves the south-west of France and Spain.
Gare Montparnasse serves the west and south-west of France.

RER Suburban Railway

The RER (Réseau Express Régional, or Regional Express Network) connects the centre of Paris with its suburbs. It consists of 5 lines, A to E:
RER A: From Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Cergy – Le Haut and Poissy in the north-west to Boissy-Saint-Léger in the south-east and Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy in the east.
RER B: From Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 – TGV and Mitry – Claye in the north-east to Robinson in the south and Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse in the south-west.
RER C: Pontoise / Versailles-Château / Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines – Dourdan-la-Forêt / Saint-Martin-d’Étampes
RER D: CreilMalesherbes

Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)

Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is located approximately 14.5 miles (23km) to the north-east of Paris. It is on the RER-B line, accessible by road from the A1 motorway and is served by buses from Gare de Nord and Gare de l’est and by coach from Porte Maillot, Etoile, Gare de Lyon and Montparnasse.

Paris Orly Airport (ORY)

Paris Orly Airport (ORY) is located approximately 9 miles (14km) to the south of the city centre. The airport is accesible by road from the A6 motorway or the N7 trunk road. While not served as well by public transport as CDG, there are shuttle buses connecting Orly with both the Metro and the RER-B line.

Eurostar

Eurostar international rail services run from Gare du Nord to Brussels in Belgium, and to London St Pancras, Ashford and Ebbsfleet in the UK. There is also a daily service each way between London St Pancras and Disneyland Resort Paris (Marne La Vallée station)

Tourism in Paris

Tourist Attractions

Use the links below to show the location of some of Paris’s most popular tourist attractions on the map
For further tourist information visit the official Paris Tourism site: ParisInfo.com

Useful Links

Paris

Where is Brian – Information and advice on choosing an English language school
Paris Hotels – Paris hotels classified by price and by district
About-France.com guide to France A general and travel guide to modern France, covering a wide range of subjects of use to travellers, tourists and students.
TripAdvisor has unbiased reviews and opinions on Paris hotels and attractions
Travel Directory – Comprehensive directory of travel-related websites
Paris luxury apartment rental: www.guestapartment.com. Short term rental of charming and luxury apartment in Paris, Ile Saint Louis and central Paris, Concierge services included.
A weekly online magazine about Paris: Metropole Paris
Personalized travel to Paris: Discover Paris!
A great source for information on Provence and the French Riviera: ProvenceBeyond
Language courses in Paris and information for visitors: letthemtalk.com
A blog about Paris: paris-talk
Travel services, vacations, and tours in Paris and the rest of France: Paris Plus
The Franco-American intercultural website: understandfrance.org
Classic Walks – Paris – English-speaking walking tours of Paris (Da Vinci Code, Montmartre, Latin Quarter, French Revolution and World War II)
Fat Tire Bike Tours – Paris – English-speaking bicycle tours of Paris, Versailles and Monet’s Gardens.
City Segway Tours – Guided Segway tours around the world.

Others

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