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Paris Gare de l’Est

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Gare de l’Est is near the centre of the city, north of the River Seine. If you’re travelling to Gare du Nord by Eurostar and need to get here to catch a connecting train, you’re in luck. It’s just a short walk away.

Gare de l’Est has its roots in the golden age of the railways. The original building opened in 1847 and the current west wing dates back to then. It has welcomed trains running from Paris to Strasbourg ever since.

In 1854 the east wing was built to cope with a boom in rail travel. The station now whisks passengers by high-speed TGV train to major cities in central Europe – from Zurich to Munich and Vienna.

Left luggage lockers:
06:30-23:15 Monday-Sunday & Bank Holidays
Location: Arrivals area, Gate 27

Trolleys are also available inside the station

Lost & Found:

Tel: +33 (0)1 40 18 88 73
11:30-18:00 Monday-Friday
Location: Shortcut passage, Level 1

Gare de l’Est is one of six hub stations in Paris. So there are plenty of facilities on offer. You can grab a bite to eat, check your emails or store your luggage. And business passengers can relax in the Grand Voyageur Lounge.

Food:
There are several restaurants and take-aways in the station – here is a selection:

1. Brasserie Flo
06:30-22:30 Monday-Friday
11:00-22:30 Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays
Restaurant and bar – Hall Alsace

2. Paul
06:00-21:00 Monday-Sunday & Bank Holidays
Take-away – Level 1, Central Hall

3. Foodissimo
06:30-21:00 Monday-Sunday & Bank Holidays
Restaurant and bar – Central Hall

Business lounge:
Grand Voyageur Lounge
+33 (0)1 40 18 60 62
06:00-20:00 Monday-Friday (closed Bank Holidays)
Location: Tranversal platform next to the Alsace exit

Telephones and Wifi available in this station.

Disabled facilities:
1. Assistance Voyageurs Handicapés
+33 (0)890 640 650
06:00-23:45 Monday-Sunday & Bank Holidays

If you require assistance boarding you should turn up 30 minutes before your train leaves. Wheelchairs and boarding ramps are also available if required.

Getting to the station from the Eurostar terminal –
By Metro:
You can travel the one stop from Gare du Nord using any of four lines in the station. A single ticket costs €1.60.
Paris Metro map

By bus:
The Number 65 runs the short distance from Gare du Nord.

By taxi:
If you’ve got a lot of baggage, you can take a taxi from Gare du Nord. To avoid long queues at the taxi rank, pre-book by calling G7 Taxis on +33 1 41 27 66 99 (lines are open 24/7).

On foot:
The walk from Gare du Nord takes about 12 minutes if you fancy getting some air.

Getting from the Gare de l’Est into the city By Metro/RER –
The Metro and RER trains run from the station across the city. The fare is €1.60 (known as a t Ticket) for a single journey. Or you can buy a Paris Visite Pass valid for unlimited travel from 1, 2, 3 or 5 days.

By bus:
Several bus lines pass by the station, including the Number 47, which runs south of the river.

By taxi:
There’s a taxi rank outside the station. To pre-book, call G7 Taxis on +33 1 41 27 66 99 (lines are open 24/7).

On foot:
The station is just a stroll from some of the city’s major attractions, including the Louvre just over a mile away.

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