One of the busiest train stations in all of Europe, Gare Du Nord is also the main hub for Eurostar trains to Paris. Another one of Paris's largest train stations is the Gare De Lyon which is situated in the south-east region of Paris. From here, high-speed TGV services depart to the south of France, Italy and Switzerland. Close to the centre of the city is the Gare De Bercy train station, which is used by Auto Train, the specialist car ferrying train service. Another station in Paris is the Charles De Gaulle, which is found in Terminal Two at the Charles De Gaulle Airport. This station serves RER and TGV trains which connect travellers to central Paris.
SNCF is France's national railway system and connects cities from all over the country to Paris. Thalys connects Brussels and Amsterdam, along with Rotterdam to Paris.
No matter which direction passengers travel from, train tickets to Paris will always be a bit pricier due to demand. The best time to book Eurostar to Paris is ideally 90 days before your journey, although the biggest price increases will happen in the last 4 weeks before departure. Passengers coming from the continent by train should also book a few weeks in advance.
Trains to Paris greatly vary in accordance with where your departure point is and when you book, the further in advance you book, the cheaper the ticket will be. To find out how much a ticket would be simply search for your destination in the search bar at the top of this page.
There are several large train stations in the centre of Paris. The main station in Paris is the Gare du Nord. From there is it easy to get a train to other areas of Paris, or to take the subway to other areas of the city. Taxis can also be found outside the station, as well as various bus services.
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