Pont-Neuf station – Metro line 7 serves the following stations: :
• « “Porte de la Villette” for the Museum of Science and Industry,
• « Gare de l’Est” for direct access to Gare de l’Est train station serving eastern France including Strasbourg
• « Chaussée d’Antin- La Fayette » which gives you direct access to the Parisian department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette
• « Opéra » opens out on the boulevards, their shops, their historic brasseries, the Opera Garnier, the rue de la Paix, which runs to the Place Vendôme
• Pyramides, Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre give you access to the Louvre Museum, the arcades of the rue de Rivoli and the Palais Royal
• Place Monge opens out onto the Jardin des Plantes
The Louvre Rivoli Station – Metro Line 1 serves the following stations: :
• « La Défense » – and « L’Esplanade de La Défense », Access to theGrande Arche de La Défense and Business district and the «4 temps Shopping Centre»
• « Les Sablons » for the Jardins D’acclimatation
• « Porte Maillot » and its Palais des Congrès for the convention centre, which hosts conventions and representations
• « Charles de Gaulle – Etoile » at the foot of the l’Arc de Triomphe
• « George V », « Franklin Roosevelt », « Champs Elysées Clémenceau » along the beautiful Avenue des Champs Elysées
• « Concorde » et « Tuileries » bear their name perfectly
• Palais Royal -Musée du Louvrefor the Louvre and the Comédie Française, the place of Palais Royal and the Buren’s Columns facing the Ministry of Culture and the Constitutional Council towards Palais Royal Gardens
• « Hôtel de Ville » across from the Hôtel de Ville and BHV Paris
• « Saint-Paul »at the heart of the trendyMarais district, near thePlace des Vosges
• « Bastille » in the famous square across from the Bastille Opera House, overlooking the Marais and the Faubourg Saint-Antoine and its artisans.
• « Gare de Lyon » is also one of the main railway stations in Paris serving the South East of France, in particular Lyon, Marseille and the French Riviera…
• « Château de Vincennes » takes you visit the Royal Castle with its Medieval and Classicist architecture and its unique character and a park that is no less interesting with its wood, it’s beautiful Parc Floral, its zoo, which finally is expected to reopen in spring 2014.
The Station Chatelet Les Halles – Lines 4, 1, 7, 11, 14 of the Metro and RER A, B et D
This station is the most important transport hub in the Ile de France region and thus Paris, without mentioning the many buses that leave from the surrounding streets and avenues. Moreover, this station will benefit from the important work currently taking place in the redevelopment of Les Halles and the construction of Canopée des Halles. The stations served are countless.
Here is a small selection.
With Line 4 you get to “Porte de Clignancourt” with its famous flea market, “Saint Germain des Prés”, a very attractive area, “Montparnasse Bienvenue” for access to Montparnasse train station for the west of France by the TGV lines and drops you off at the foot of the Montparnasse Tower and its beautiful viewing platform over the city of Paris.
On line 11 you get access to the recently renovated Place de la République and the popular and picturesque area of the 20th district of Place Belleville, the Historic Chinatown of Paris, Place des Fête a few meters from Parc des Buttes Chaumont.
On line 14, itself already an attraction known as the Meteor, you will be able to access prestigious destinations from Saint-Lazare train station -to Olympiades in the heart of the other Parisian Chinatown; Madeleine, Pyramides, Chatelet, Gare Lyon, Bercy (and its Omnisport Centre) Cour Saint-Emilion and François Mitterrand Library… Each station has its own attraction!
RER A, B and D are no less newsworthy connecting us directly to the airports of Paris, to the strategic train stations and Disneyland Paris… What more could you want?
RER A – This line takes you directly to Disneyland Paris in 45 minutes from the heart of Paris but also to Gare de Chessy and its Low Cost TGV, Valley Village of Val d’Europe, Gare de Lyon, The University of Nanterre, Le Vésinet and Saint-Germain en Laye as well as Maison Lafitte or Joinville le Pont. Not to mention Auber, the station serving Opera and Department stores where you can take the Roissy Bus.
RER B – A line of many of the more strategic attractions, taking us straight to Roissy airport, Orly airport via Antony and the Orly val, the Orly Bus and the Catacombs at Denfert Rochereau, The Exhibition Centre and its great exhibitions, the Bourget, Stade De France in Saint Denis, Le Parc de Sceaux…
There is also an essential connection with RER C at Saint-Michel Notre Dame. Indeed, the RER C takes you to the Majestic Gateway of Versailles and its gardens in 45 minutes…
RER D - Smaller and less touristy, it gives broad access to the Paris region and its treasures extending from Orry la Ville to Melun and Malesherbes