Metro systems of the World - Lines And Stations of the PARIS Metro (2022)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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The Paris Metro is a 214 kilometer, mainly underground, rapid transit system with three hundred and three stations which covers an area of 86.9 square kilometers, making it the densest underground metro system in the world. Due to this most of the system’s stations are no more than five hundred kilometers apart.

The system operates daily between 05.30 hours and 01.15 hours (02.15 on Saturdays) and is part of a much larger transportation system which incorporates five commuter rail systems (RER) eight suburban rail systems (the Transilien), four tram systems, the Montmartre Furnicular Railway and the Optile bus network.

There are three ticket types which can be used on the Paris transportation system –

The Passe Navigo - which is a weekly, Monday to Monday, contactless, smart card for use on the Paris Metro, the Montmartre Funicular, the Transilien network, Optile Buses and the Velib bicycle hire system.

The Ticket t - which is a single trip ticket for use on the Paris Metro, the Montmartre Funicular, the RER network, the tram network and the Optile bus network.

The Paris Visite – which is a one, two, three or five day visitor pass for use on the Paris Metro, the Montmartre Funicular. the RER network and the Optile bus network.

For more information about the above mentioned tickets please visit -

For Passe Navigo tickets - www.navigo.fr

For Ticket t & Paris Visite cards - www.ratp.fr/paris-visite

The Paris Metro Website - www.parismetro.com

The Paris Metro was opened on the 19th of July, 1900, with a line linking Porte Maillot with Porte Vincennes on modern day Line 1, during the Paris World’s Fair or Exposition Universalle.

Today the system, which is operated by the Regie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP), consists of fourteen main lines, two sub lines and one funicular railway. Found below are all sixteen lines complete with their stations.

LINES & STATIONS

Line 1 - 16.5 km - 25 stations - La Defense - Esplanade de la Defense - Pont de Neuilly - Les Sablons - Port Maillot - Argentine - Charles de Gaulle Etoile - George V - Franklin D Roosevelt - Champs Elysees Clemenceau - Concorde - Tulliers - Palais Royal Musee de Louvre - Louvre Rivoli - Chatelet - Hotel de Ville - Saint Paul - Bastille - Gare de Lyon - Reuilly Diderot - Nation - Porte de Vincennes - Saint Mande - Berault - Chateau de Vincennes.

Line 2 - 12.4 km - 25 stations - Porte Dauphine - Victor Hugo - Charles de Gaulle Etoile - Ternes - Courcelles - Monceau - Villiers - Rome - Place de Clichy - Blanche - Pigalle - Anvers - Barbes Rochechouarts - La Chapelle - Stalingrad - Jaures - Colonel Fabien - Belleville - Couronnes - Menilmontant - Pere Lachaise - Philipe August - Alexandre Dumas - Auron - Nation.

Line 3 - 11.6 km - 25 stations - Pont de Lavallois Becon - Anatole France - Louise Michel - Porte de Champerret - Pereire - Wagram - Malesherbes - Villiers - Europe - Saint Lazarre - Havre Caumartin - Opera - Quatre Septembre - Bourse - Sentier - Reaumur Sebastapol - Arts et Metiers - Temple - Republique - Parmentier - Rue Saint Maur - Pere Lachaise - Gambetta - Ponte de Bagnolet - Gallieni.

Line 3bis - 1.3 km - 4 stations - Porte des Lilas - Saint Fargeau - Pelleport - Gambetta.

Line 4 - 12 km - 27 stations - Porte de Cligancourt - Simplon - Marcadet Poissonniers - Chateau Rouge - Barbes Rochechouart - Gare du Nord - Gare de l'Est - Chateau d'Eau - Strasbourg Saint Denis - Reaumur Sebastapol - Etienne Marcel - Les Halles - Chatelet - Cite - Saint Michel - Odeon - Saint German des Pres - Saint Sulpice - Saint Placide - Montparnesse Bienvenue - Vavin - Raspail - Denfort Rochereau - Mouton Duvernet - Alesia - Porte d'Orleans - Marie de Montrouge.

Line 5 - 14.6 km - 22 stations - Bobigny Pablo Picasso - Bobigny Pantin Raymond Queneau - Eglise de Pantin - Hoche - Porte de Pantin - Ourqu - Laumiere - Jaures - Stalingrad - Gare du Nord - Gare de L'Est - Jaques Bonsergent - Republique - Oberkampf - Richard Lenoir - Breguet Sabin - Bastille - Quai de la Rapee - Gare d'Austerlitz - Saint Marcel - Campo Formio - Place d'Italie.

Line 6 - 13.6 km - 28 stations - Charles de Gaulle Etoile - Kleber - Boissiere - Tracadero - Passy - Bir Hakeim - Dupleix - La Motte Picquet Grenelle - Cambronne - Sevres Lecourse - Pasteur - Montparnesse Bienvenue - Edgar Quinet - Raspail - Denfert Rochereau - Saint Jacques - Glaciere - Corvisart - Place d'Italie - Nationale - Chevaleret - Quai de la Gare - Parc de Bercy - Bercy - Dugommier - Daumesnil - Bel Air - Picpus - Nation.

Line 722 km – 28 stations – Le Bourget – La Courneuve 8 Mai 1945 – Fort d’Aubervilliers – Aubervilliers Pantin Quatre Chemins – Porte de la Villette – Corentin Cariou – Crimee – Riquet – Stalingrad – Louis Blanc – Chateau Landon – Gare d’Est – Poissonniere – Cadet – Le Peletier – Chaussee d’Antin – Opera – Pyramides – Palais Royal Muse de Louvre – Pont Neuf – Chatelet – Pont Maries – Sully Morland – Jussieu – Place Monge – Censier Daubenton – Les Gobelins – Place d’Italie – Tolbiac – Maison Blanche – Porte d’Italie – Porte de Choisy – Porte d’Ivry – Pierre et Marie Curie – Marie d’Ivry – Le Kremlin Bicetre – Villejuif Leo Lagrange – Villejuif Paul Vaillant Couturier – Villejuif Louis Aragon.

Line 7bis3.1 km – 8 stations – Louis Blanc – Jaures – Bolivar – Buttes Chaumont – Botzaris – Danube – Place de Fetes – Pre Saint Gervais.

Line 8 23.4 km – 38 stations – Balard – Lourmel – Boucicaut – Felix Faure – Commerce – La Motte Picquet Grenelle – Ecole Militaire – La Tour Maubourg – Invalides – Concorde – Madeleine – Opera – Richelieu Drouot – Grands Boulevards – Bonne Nouvelle – Strasbourg Saint Denis – Republique – Filles du Calvaire – Saint Sebastien Froissart – Chemin Vert – Bastille – Ledru Rollin – Faidherbe Chaligny – Revilly Diderot – Mongallet – Daumesnil – Michel Bizot – Porte Doree – Porte de Charenton – Liberte – Charenton Ecoles – Ecole Vetinaire de Maisons Alfort – Maison Alfort Stade – Maison Alfort les Juilliottes – Creteil l’Echat – Creteil Universite – Creteil Prefecture – Pointe du Lac.

Line 919.6 km – 33 stations – Pont de Sevres – Billancourt – Marcel Sembat – Porte de Saint Cloud – Exelmans – Michel Ange Molitor – Michel Ange Auteuil – Jasmin – Renelagh – La Muette – Rue de la Pompe – Trocadero – Lena – Alma Marceau – Franklin D Roosevelt – Saint Phillipe du Roule – Miromesnil – Saint Augustin – Havre Caumartin – Chaussee d’Antin la Fayette – Richelieu Drouot – Grands Boulevards – Bonne Nouvelle – Strasbourg Saint Denis – Republique – Oberkampf – Saint Ambroise – Voltaire – Charonne – Rue des Boulets – Nation – Buzenval – Maraichers – Porte de Montreuil – Robespierre – Croix de Chavaux- Marie de Montreuil.

Line 10 - 11.7 km - 23 stations - Boulogne Pont de Saint Cloud – Boulogne Jean Jaures – Porte d’Auteuil – Michel Ange Molitor – Michel Ange Auteuil – Mirabeau – Javel Andre Citroen – Charles Michels – Avenue Emile Zola – La Motte Picquet Grenelle – Segur – Duroc – Vaneau – Sevres Babylone – Mabillion – Odeaon – Cluny la Sorbonne – Maubert Mutualite – Cardinal Lemoine – Jussieu – Gare d’Austerlitz.

Line 116.2 km – 13 stations – Marie des Lilas – Porte des Lilas – Telegraphe – Place de Fetes – Jourdain – Pyrenees – Belleville – Goncourt – Republique – Arts et Metiers – Rambuteau – Hotel de Ville – Chatelet.

Line 1215.2 km – 29 stations – Front Populaire – Porte de la Chapelle – Marx Dormoy – Marcadet Poissonniers – Jules Joffrin – Larmarck Caulaincourt – Abbesses – Pigalle – Saint Georges – Notre Dame de Lorette – Trinite d’Estienne d’Orves – Saint Lazare – Madeleine – Concorde – Assemblee Nationale – Salferino – Rue du Bac – Sevres Babylone – Rennes – Notre Dame des Champs – Montparnasse Bienvenue – Falgviere – Pasteur – Volontaires – Vaugirard – Convention – Porte de Versailles – Corentin Celton – Marie d’Issy.

Line 1324.3 km – 32 stations – Saint Denis Universite – Basilique de Saint Denis – Saint Denis Porte de Paris – Carrefour Pleyel – Marie de Saint Ouen – Garibaldi – Porte de Saint Ouen – Guy Moquet – Asnieres Gennevilliers les Courtilles – Les Agnettes – Gabriel Peri – Marie de Clichy – Porte de Clichy – Brochart – La Fourche – Place de Clichy – Liege – Saint Lazare – Miromesnil – Champs Elysees Clemenceau – Invalides – Varennes – Saint Francois Xavier – Duroc – Montparnasse Bienvenue – Gaite – Pernety – Plaisance – Porte de Vanves – Malakoff Plateau de Vanves – Malakoff Rue Etienne Dolet – Chatillon Montrouge.

Line 14 9.2 km – 9 stations – Saint Lazare – Madeleine – Pyramides – Chatelet – Gare de Lyon – Bercy – Cour Saint Emilion – Bibliotheque Francois Mitterand – Olympiades.

Montmartre Furnicular – 2 stations at Montmartre and Sacre Coeur Basilica.

PARIS TRANSPORTATION HUBS

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AIR

Charles de Gaulle International Airport is accessed by way of RER Line B. (See details below).

Orly International Airport is accessed by way of the Orlyval Shuttle. (See RER Line B details below).

RAIL

Eurostar services are found at the Gare Du Nord Railway Station. The station is accessed by way of Metro Lines 4 and 5, RER Lines B and D or Transilien Lines H and K.

Gare d'Austerlitz - Can be accessed from RER Line C or Gare d'Austerlitz Station on metro lines 5 & 10.

Gare de Bercy - Can be accessed from Bercy Station on metro lines 6 & 14.

Gare de L'Est - Can be accessed from RER Line E or Gare de L'Est Station on metro lines 4, 5 & 7.

Gare de Lyon - Can be accessed from RER Lines A & D or Gare de Lyon Station on metro line 14.

Gare Montparnasse - Can be accessed from Transilien Line N or Montparnasse Bienvenue Station located on metro lines 4, 6, 12 & 13.

Gare du Nord - Can be accessed from RER Lines B & D, Magenta Station on RER Line E, Gare Du Nord Station on metro lines 4 & 5 or Transilien lines H & K.

Gare Saint Lazare - Can be accessed from Haussmann Station or Saint Lazare Station on RER Line E or Saint Lazare Station on metro lines 3, 12, 13 & 14.

BUS

Paris' international bus station is the Gallieni Coach Terminal located along Avenue de Charles de Gaulle in the city's Bagnolet district. The station is served by the Gallieni metro station located on metro line 3.

THE PARIS TRAM NETWORK

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Paris is served by a 104.7 kilometer long tram network which is known as the Tramways d'Île-de-France. The tramways consist of nine routes which are served by one hundred and eighty six stops and just like the metro routes each one of them is numbered and colour coded.

T1 - 17 km - 36 stops between Les Courtilles and Gare de Noisy le Sec.

T2 - 17.9 km - 24 stops between Pont de Versailles and Pont de Besons

T3A - 12.2 km - 25 stops between Poste d'Asnieres and Port du Gargliano.

T3B - 9.9 km - 18 stops between between Poste d'Asnieres and Port du Gargliano.

T4 - 8 km - 11 stops between Aulnay sous Bois and Bondy.

T5 - 6.6 km - 16 stops between Marche de Sant Denis and Garges Sarcelles.

T6 - 14.4 km - 21 stops between Chatillon Montrouge and Robert Wagner.

T7 - 11.2 km - 18 stations between Villejuif and Louis Aragon.

T8 - 8.5 km - 17 stations between Porte de Paris and Epinay sur Seine.

THE PARIS RER NETWORK

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The Paris RER (Reseau Express Regionale) lines are five express rail services which connect the centre of the city with it's outer suburbs. The system covers 587 kilometers and is served by 257 stations. These lines are also used for accessing the Disneyland Paris and the Palace of Versailles attractions and the Charles De Gaulle and Orly international airports.

RER Line A108.5 km – 46 stations – From Saint Germain en Laye, Cergy le Haut and Poissy to Boissy Saint Leger and Marne la Vallee Chessy, which is the station for Disneyland Paris.

RER Line B 80 km – 47 stations - This line consists of two sub lines, one which travels between Terminal 1 & Terminal 2, Charles De Gaulle International Airport and the Robinson Railway Station and another which travels between Mistry Claye and Saint Remy Les Chevreuse.

The Airport to Robinson Railway Station line consists of 25 stops and travels via -

Aulnay Sous Bois where passengers can change for Tram Line 4.

Gare Du Nord where passengers can change for Metro Lines 2, 4 & 5, RER Lines D & E and Transilien Lines H and K.

Chatelet Les Halles where passengers can change for Metro Lines 1, 4, 7, & 11 and RER Line A.

St Michel - Notre Dame where passengers can change for Metro Lines 4 & 10 and RER Line C.

Denfert Rochereau where passengers can change for Metro Lines 4 & 6.

The Mistry Claye to Saint Remy Les Chevreus line consists of 38 stops and travels via the above five stations as well as -

Antony Station where passengers can change for the Orlyval Shuttle (7.3 km - 3 stations - Antony - Orly International Airport Terminal Ouest - Orly International Airport Terminal Sud). Tickets for this service can be purchased from the airport's Orlyval ticket booth and need to be kept throughout the entire journey as they are required in order to exit which ever station you terminate at.

Massy Verrieres where passengers can change for RER Line C.

Massy Palaseau where passengers can change for RER Line C.

RER Line C 185 km – 84 stations - From Pontoise, Versailles Chateau, Saint Quentin en Yuelines to Massy Palaiseau, Dourdain, La Floret, Saint Martin d’Etampes and Versailles Chantiers.

This line travels via the Palace of Versailles / Versailles Chateau.

RER Line D190 km – 59 stations - From Creil to Orry la Ville Coye, Melun and Malesherbes.

RER Line E52.3 km – 21 stations - From Haussmann Saint Lazare to Chelles Gournay and Tournan.

THE PARIS TRANSILIEN RAIL NETWORK

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The Paris Transilien trains are a network of six services which provide twenty seven suburban rail routes within the city's Ile de France region.

The Transilien Montparnesse Lines (N) include -

The Rambouillet Line - 17 stations between Montparnasse and Rambouillet.

The Dreux Line - 22 stations between Montparnasse and Dreux.

The Mantes-la-Jolie Line - 20 stations between Montparnasse and Mantes-la-Jolie.

The Transilien Lyon Lines (R) includes -

The Montargis Line - 15 stations between Lyon and Montargis.

The Montereau Line - 9 stations between Montargis and Montereau.

The Montereau via Héricy Line - 10 stations between Melun and Montereau.

The Transilien Nord Lines (H & K) include -

The Pontoise Line (H) - 14 stations between Gare du Nord and Pontoise.

The Persan-Beaumont West Line (H) - 20 stations between Gare du Nord and Persan-Beaumont.

The Persan-Beaumont East Line (H) - 13 stations between Gare du Nord and Persan-Beaumont.

The Luzarches Line (H) - 15 stations between Gare du Nord and Luzarches.

The Pontoise-Creil Line (H) - 15 stations between Pontoise and Creil.

The Crépy-en-Valois Line (K) - 10 stations between Gare du Nord and Crépy-en-Valois.

The Transilien Est Lines (P) include -

The Meaux Line - 6 stations between Gare de l'Est and Meaux.

The Château-Thierry Line - 8 stations between Gare de l'Est and Château-Thierry.

La Ferté-Milon Line - 8 stations between Gare de l'Est and La Ferté-Milon.

The Crécy-la-Chapelle Line - 5 stations between Esbly and Crécy-la-Chapelle.

The Coulommiers Line - 8 stations between Gare de l'Est and Coulommiers.

The Provins Line - 8 stations between Gare de l'Est and Provins.

The Transilien San Lazare lines (J & L) include -

The GisorsLine (J) - 25 stations between Saint Lazare and Gisors-Embranchement.

The Ermont Line (J) - 8 stations between Saint Lazare and Ermont-Eaubonne.

The Mantes Line (J) - 25 statiobns between Saint Lazare and Mantes-la-Jolie.

The Poissy-Vernon Line (J) - 16 stations between Saint Lazare and Vernon.

The Cergy Line (L) - 17 stations between Saint Lazare and Cergy-le-Haut.

The Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche Line (L) - 19 stations between Saint Lazare and Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche-Forêt de Marly.

The Versailles Line (L) - 19 stations between Saint Lazare and Versailles - Rive-Droite.

The Grande Ceinture Ouest Line (L) - 5 stations between Noisy-le-Roi and Saint-Germain-en-Laye-Grande Ceinture.

The Transilien La Defense Line (U) consists of -

Ten stations between La Defense and Verriere.

HOW TO GET TO SOME OF PARIS' MAJOR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS & INTERNATIONAL SPORTING VENUES

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MAJOR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Disneyland Paris is accessed by way of the Marne la Vallee Chessy Station which can be accessed from RER Line A, which can be accessed from the following metro stations -

La Défense Station from metro Line 1

Charles de Gaulle Étoile Station from metro Line 1, Line 2 or Line 6

Les Halles station from metro Line 4

Gare de Lyon Metro Station from metro Line 1 or metro Line 14

Nation Station from metro Line 1, Line 2, Line 6 or Line 9.

The Eiffel Tower, pictured above, is accessed by way of Trocadero Station found on metro Line 6 or metro Line 9.

The Palace of Versailles can be accessed by way of the Transilien Line N, alighting at the Chantiers Station, from Transilien Line L, alighting at the Rive Droit Station or from RER Line C, alighting at the Rive Gauche Station.

The Cathedral of Notre Dame can be accessed by way of the St Michel Notre Dame metro station located on the metro system's Line 4 and Line 10 or RER Line B.

Paris' Musee de Louvre is accessed by way of the Palais Royal metro station located on the metro system's Line 1 and Line 7.

The 1.91 kilometer long Champs Elysees is located between the Place de Charles de Gaulle, located near the Arc de Triomphe, and the Place de la Concorde in northern Paris. The Champs Elysees can be accessed by way of five stations located on metro Line 1. Travelling from east to west these stations are the Charles de Gaulle Etoile, George V, Franklyn D Roosevelt, Champs Elysees Clemenceau and Concord.

INTERNATIONAL SPORTING VENUES

FOOTBALL

The French national football team play their international matches at the Stade de France, located in the Saint Denis area of north Paris. The stadium can be accessed by way of the Saint Denis - Porte de Paris metro station located on metro Line 13 or the Stade de France - Saint Denis railway station located on RER lines B & D.

GOLF

The home of France's Open Golf championship is the Golf National located along the Avenue de Golf at Guayancourt in the city's Versailles Arrondissment. This internationally famed course is not served by any of the city's transport systems so access to it can only be made by taxi unless you are staying at one of the area's local hotels.

HORSE RACING

Paris' premier horse racing venue is the Hippodrome de Longchamp located along the Route de Tribunes in the Bois de Boulogne district of west Paris. This world renowned venue, which is the host of the Prix de l'arc de Triomphe racing classic every October, can be accessed by way of a ten minute walk from the Porte d'Auteil metro station located on metro Line 10.

The Porte d'Auteuil metro station can also be accessed by bus services 32 & 52.

RUGBY

Paris' second largest sports venue is the Parc des Princes rugby stadium located along the Rue de Commandant Guilbard in the city's 16th Arrondissment. This stadium can be accessed by way of the Porte de Saint Cloud metro station located on metro Line 9, which is then a five minute walk away, or the Porte d'Auteuil metro station located on metro Line 10, which is then a ten minute walk away.

The Porte de Saint Cloud metro station is served by bus services 22, 62 & 72.

The Porte d'Auteuil metro station is served by bus services 32 & 52.

TENNIS

The home of the Paris French Tennis Open is the Stade de Roland Garros located along Avenue Gordon Bennett in the city's 16th Arrondissment. The stadium can be accessed by way of either the Porte d'Auteuil or Michel Ange Molitor metro stations located on metro Line 10 or bus services 22, 32, 52, 62, 72, 123 & 241.

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