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Paris Gare de Lyon

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Gare de Lyon is just less than 3 miles (just over 4½ km) south of Gare du Nord, towards the south east of Paris.

The station is the terminal for high-speed TGV services to the south of France, Switzerland and Italy. It also serves regional trains, RER lines A and D, plus Metro lines 1 and 14.

To get here from your Eurostar train at Gare du Nord, just travel two stops on RER line D towards Melun/Malesherbes.

Gare de Lyon was built for the 1900 World Expo and its architecture is a classic of the era. Visitors from the UK will be particularly tickled by the Big Ben-style clock tower.

The modernisation that was necessary to accommodate high-speed TGV trains thankfully left the impressibe exterior intact.

Automatic left luggage:
06.15 – 22.00 every day

Manual left luggage:
06.15 – 22.00 every day

Lost & Found:09.00 – 17.00 every day
Tel: +33 (0)1 53 33 67 22

Gare de Lyon has everything you might need before your trip to the south of France. There’s an extensive selection of shops and eating-places – the station’s almost a destination in itself.

Food:

You’re spoilt for choice if you want to eat and drink at Gare de Lyon. As well as numerous places to grab a snack or a coffee, there’s a world-famous restaurant that makes the station worth visiting even if you’re not catching a train!

Le Train Bleu restaurant, found on the main concourse, has served excellent food in lavish Art Nouveau-style surroundings since 1900. It’s not cheap but then you’re payiong for a truly memorable experience.

Telephones and Wifi available in this station.

‘Grand Voyageur’ lounge:
Level -1, Salle Méditerranée, extension Chalon
06.30 – 20.00 Monday – Friday

Waiting room:
Level 0
06.00 – 22.30 every day

Banks and currency exchange:
You’ll find a currency exchange on Level 0, in the Fresco Gallery.
07.45 – 22.00 every day

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 –

Taxi:
A large number of taxi firms serve both Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon.

Bus:
Bus 65 runs between Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon.

Metro/RER:
It’s only two stops on RER Line D between Gare du Nord/Magenta and Gare de Lyon. The journey takes around 20 minutes. To travel by Metro involves a time-consuming change of lines.

Getting to and from the city centre
On foot:
From Gare de Lyon to the Louvre is a roughly 2½-mile (4 km) walk.

Taxi:
There are a large number of taxi firms that operate from the station. Go to Place Louis Armand (ground level), Rue de Bercy (level –1) or extension Chalon (level –2).

Bus:
The station is well served by several bus routes, providing access to all areas of the city.

Metro/RER:
Gare de Lyon is on Metro lines 1 and 14. Both run into the the city centre hub of Châtelet station.

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