Asked in Paris, Train Travel
How do you get from gare st lazare to gare de lyon?
you take the RER from Auber
Asked in Train Travel, Road Distance
What is the distance between gare de nord and gare de lyon?
By road, the distance between Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon is 4.4 km. This journey would take about 22 minutes by car or between 23 and 31 minutes by train. ...
Asked in Road Distance
How far is it between the Eiffel tower and Paris gare de Lyon?
The road distance between the Eiffel tower and Gare de Lyon is 7.2 km (4.5 miles). ...
How to get to Fontainebleau from Paris Gare du Nord?
Trains to Fontainebleau leave Paris Gare de Lyon every 30 minutes (journey time 38 minutes). To get from Paris Gare du Nord to Paris Gare du Lyon, take the RER (express metro) Line D (journey time 7 minutes). The best connections leave Paris Gare du Nord on the hour as follows (sample 10.00 departure from Nord): Gare du Nord d. 10.00 Gare de Lyon a. 10.07 Gare de Lyon d. 10.19 Fontainebleau a. 10.57 ...
Which railway station do you need to leave Paris for Zurich?
Gare de l'Est. For Geneva and Bern, use the Gare de Lyon.
Asked in Paris, Road Distance, Lyon
What is the distance from Gare de Lyon to Porte Maillot?
The distance from Gare de Lyon to Porte Maillot in France is 5.77 miles. The estimated driving time between these locations is 22 minutes. ...
Asked in France
What are the three railway stations in Paris?
There are six, and going clockwise from North, these are: Gare du Nord: for Eurostar, Belgium and North of France Gare de l'Est: for East of France Gare de Lyon: for Lyon, Marseilles and southeast of France Gare d'Austerlitz: for Toulouse and central region of France Gare Montparnasse: for Britanny and the southwest of France Gare St Lazare: for Normandy ...
Asked in Bus Travel, Distances and Travel Times
How long does it take to go by bus from Paris Gare de Lyon to Paris Nord?
http://ratp.fr/ Assuming you mean Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon in Paris, the quickest solution is to take the RER D direct from the Gare du Nord to the Gare de Lyon, or vice versa. It'll take about 15 minutes walking in the station + train time, not including waiting for the RER. If you really want to take the bus, take the N° 65 from the "rue Demarquay" stop (on the right side of the Gare du Nord, as you...
Asked in Switzerland, Distances and Travel Times
Is there a train from Paris to Switzerland?
Yes, there are TGV's going directly from Paris to Switzerland several times a day. There are two main routes: Paris Gare de Lyon - Basel - Zürich Paris Gare de Lyon - Geneva - Lausanne - and on to other destinations. ...