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Gare Saint-Lazare is around 2 miles (over 3 km) west from Gare du Nord. It’s a little over a mile north of the Louvre.

It has 27 platforms serving suburban destinations and cities in northern France. This is the station for trains to Cherbourg, Le Havre, Caen and Rouen.

To get here from Gare du Nord – connecting to Eurostar and Charles de Gaulle Airport – it’s simply one stop on RER line E.

Gare Saint-Lazare has been the subject of numerous works of art. In 1877, while he was renting a studio nearby, Claude Monet exhibited seven impressionist paintings of the station. In all, he painted it 11 times.

The station has a left luggage facility.

Lost & Found:

Tel: +33 (0)1 53 42 01 44
€9 fee applies when claiming lost items.

Open:
08.00 – 12.00 and 13.00 – 16.30 Monday – Friday

When the office is closed, you should go to the reception desk opposite platform19.

Gare Sainte-Lazare is the second busiest station in Paris (only Gare du Nord serves more passengers). It has its own post office and police station alongside all the usual facilities.

Food:

There are several places to buy something to eat and drink, including:

Pain a la Ligne
Next to ‘Cour de Rome’
06.30 – 19.30 Monday-Friday
06.30 – 21.00 Saturday

Pain a la Ligne
Side platform next to the ‘Transilien’ departures
06.30 – 21.00 Monday – Saturday
07.00 – 21.30 Sunday and Bank Holidays

Patisserie le Bras
At ‘Cour de Rome’ station entrance
07.00 – 19.00 Monday – Friday

Telephones and Wifi available in this station.

Banks and currency exchange:
The station has a Thomas Cook Bureau de Change.

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 and from the Eurostar –

Taxi:
The taxi rank is on Rue Intérieure, in front of the station. Two companies operate from here:
Taxis Bleus –Tel: +33 (0)1 49 36 10 10
G7 Taxis – Tel: +33 (0)1 47 39 47 39

Bus:
Bus 26 runs between Gare du Nord and Gare St. Lazare in around 25 minutes.

Metro/RER:
It’s only one stop on RER Line E from Gare du Nord/Magenta to Hausmann- Saint Lazare. It takes around 20 minutes. There’s no direct Metro connection.

Getting to and from the city centre –

On foot:
The very centre of Paris is a 20-minute walk south from the station.

Taxi:
The taxi rank is on Rue Intérieure, in front of the station. Two companies operate from here:
Taxis Bleus –Tel: +33 (0)1 49 36 10 10
G7 Taxis – Tel: +33 (0)1 47 39 47 39

Bus:
Tourist buses 20, 21 and 27 are the best routes to the centre of the city, taking around 10-15 minutes.

Metro/RER:
Sainte-Lazare station is on Metro lines 3, 12, 13 and 14. Line 14 serves the central hub of Châtelet station.

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