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Trains to Paris

Paris has a huge network of trains connecting the main city to tourist places and also to other parts of the country. The Metro and RER are the best networks to roam around the city leisurely. Most of the people moving to France happen to land at one of the three airports in Paris. Either a transit to another city in France or to take a tour of Paris, taking a train route is easier and convenient. Listed below are the most common train routes taken by tourists in France.

CDG Airport to Paristrains to paris

From the Charles de Gaulle airport, the RER B trains to Paris. It starts from terminal 2 and 3. The RER B line stops at Gare du Nord, the London to Paris Eurostar station, Châtelet Les Halles, Saint Michel (Nôtre Dame), Luxembourg, Port Royal, Denfert-Rochereau, Cité Universitaire and goes further south towards the Orly airport. The Châtelet Les Halles station is the major exchange station with 4 metro lines and 3 RER lines. If you land at the terminal 1 of CDG airport, you need to take the shuttle train, CDGVAL to terminal 3 to take the RER B train.

Orly Airport to Paris

The RER B train takes from Orly to Paris. The train starts from the Antony station which is the last OryVal terminus. So if you land at Orly South or Orly West, you need to take the OryVal train till Antony. The train stops at Luxembourg, Saint Michel Notre Dame, Chatelet Les Halles, and Gare du Nord and continues further to the CGD airport.

CDG Airport to Disney land Paris

A high-speed TGV train starts from the terminal 2 of CDG airport and goes to Disneyland Paris in 12 minutes. Citizens of United Kingdom, United States and other countries can get TGV tickets online in advance through unique websites of Rail Europe. Alternatively, RER B train can be taken from the CDG airport, and then a change at the Chatelet Les Halles station is required from where the RER A line goes to Marne La Vallee-Chessy station

London to Disneyland Paris

The Eurostar train leaves from St Pancras International station and reaches the Marne La Vallee-Chessy station where Disneyland Paris is located. It takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes but keep in mind the one hour time difference between London and Paris. Tickets can be booked online in advance through the Eurostar website.
To get to hotels in France at Paris, check the route planner on the RATP website. You can also check the closest metro stations to Chateau Versailles, Sacre Coeur Basilica, Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower and other places.

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