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Here you will find all the useful information about the Saint Lazare station (train and subway). Connections, station services, tickets and their price and more. Keep reading!
Saint Lazare Metro and Train Station is one of the TOP6 Paris terminus station, built in 1837. Not only does it provide easier transport facilities from the station, but also enables an increased number of passengers to travel the areas around Paris comfortably (106.000.000 passengers per year).
The main station is separated into two parts:
– The Metro concourse – it is where the many shops are situated in the station, which you can reach by climbing on the escalators, or taking the lift if you come by RER or Metro. It is situated in the building of the main station directly behind the departure concourse.
– The Departure concourse –situated on the opposite side of the building of the main station, from where the trains leave from. The platforms enter and exit at the street level.
It heads towards many known places and mostly towards the southeast part of Paris and then out of the city. The trains depart to these following locations:
The intercites train that services out of the paris lazare station leave at the east end of the station from platforms 18 – 27.
The St Lazare is the metro station serving train lines toward Normandy, which is situate in the northwest of Paris, near the Paris Le Havre railway. After Gare du Nord, St Lazare is the second busiest metro station in Paris.
Tickets are valid for RER, SNCF trains and subway. The price of the ticket is 1.90€ per trip, although you can buy a 10-trip ticket for 14.90€ (-4.10€ discount). You can buy them at any Parisian station.
The buses that leave from the station to the different sites of Paris are the following numbers:
20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 42, 43, 53, 66, 80, 81, 94, 95
There is also a taxi rank directly outside the railway station so people can have quick means of communication.
You can hire a car to get around Paris. We have made you a selection of the most famous and best rated car rental companies in France (links to officials websites):
Local Trains from the station depart to Versailles – Rive Droite leave at the west end of the station every 15 minutes from platform 1-4.
A) You can get to the Eiffel tower with metro line 9 or bus number 42 in 25 minutes. The price of the ticket is 1.90€.
B) You can also go by taxi or uber and it will take 10-15 minutes, although it is the most expensive option (15-20€).
Gare de lyon:
There is a direct connection between the Saint-Lazare and Gare de Lyon stations via metro line 14 (purple). The price of the ticket is 1.90€.
Saint Lazare train station to Charles de Gaulle (CDG):
If you need to go to Paris airport, you can arrive in 45 minutes. These are the 2 options you have:
Gare du Nord to Saint Lazare station:
You can get to Gare du Nord from St.Lazare station by taking the RER E train to the Gare Magenta stop and walk 5 minutes.
You can also take bus number 26 (Nation – Trone) to the Place Franz Liszt stop and then walk 4 minutes.
It is situated in the 8th arrondissement, in between Paris’s busiest shopping and business area. Now inside the railway station, a 3 level shopping mall has been built, for people to shop before hopping onto the train.
The 3 level shopping mall is inside the railway station which is at the level of the street. Various food, shopping areas are inside the mall so they are easily accessible for people. Some examples of shops are Mango, DIM, KIKO, Pandora, etc.
If you are interested in buying coffee, Starbucks is situated at the top floor, east end of the shopping mall. Therefore, the platform provides several food, shop options. We recommend you Brasserie Lazare Paris, delicious!
In order to help tourists and people who have to visit Paris for business, we have made a selection of the best hotels near Paris Lazare station (8th district). These are the best hotels, with a cheap option and a luxury option so that you have access to all possible accommodations: