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== == RER trains are like commuter trains in most cities - better than a subway/metro, but not as nice as an intercity train. If you only have moderate luggage AND aren't riding at rush hour, you should not have serious difficulties.

The only thing to beware of is that stations in Paris are not always directly connected - you can sometimes have a walk of a few hundred meters between platforms, and there can be significant stairs to climb. The Gare du Nord, for example, has about 80 steps and no lift or handicapped access (at least the last time I was there ... it may be different now)

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