Paris Gare du Nord Train Station

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Paris Nord Railway Station

Founded in 1846 and subsequently rebuilt to accommodate the ever-growing passenger traffic, Paris Nord train station is renowned as the third busiest railway station globally!

Gare du Nord offers an extensive network of regional and international rail lines connecting to various destinations in Europe, such as Barcelona, Amsterdam, Cologne, Berlin, and London.

Apart from serving as a vital transportation hub for France's capital, this station is an architectural masterpiece of neoclassical design by Jacques Hittorf. Don't forget to take a moment to admire the stunning facade adorned with 23 statues crafted by talented sculptors!
Address: 18 Rue de Dunkerque, 75010 Paris, France​

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What to find on the station?

Inside the Gare du Nord complex, travelers can find everything they might need for a comfortable journey. For the convenience of passengers, the station continually improves its services according to modern standards.

  • Ticket office
  • Various cafes and gift shops
  • ATMs
  • ​Car rental service
  • ​Currency exchange
  • Luggage storage
  • ​Tourist information point
  • Restrooms with baby-changing amenities

How to get there?

The city's well-developed public transportation network allows you to reach the station in several ways, so you can choose one that suits your travel plans the most.

  • Taxi: a taxi rank is situated right in frot of the station. As a rule, a ride to the city center costs around 14 Euros

  • Bus: Paris city buses operating on routes 26, 43, and 65 make a stop near the Gare du Nord complex

  • Metro: the station is served by subway lines 4 and 5, so you can quickly get there from any part of Paris

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