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  • The train station Paris-Saint-Lazare, also called the gare Saint-Lazare, is one of the seven major terminus train stations of the SNCF network in Paris. Located in the Europe area of the 8e arrondissement (8th district), it is the major Parisian depature railway staion serving the Ouest-État network. This was the original name (West-State) of the rail company, owned by the State that ran the train lines to Brittany (Le Mans, Rennes, Brest), Normandy (Rouen, Caen, Le Havre) and Loire (Nantes, St Nazaire).

    It is in zone: 1 (tarification Île-de-France) with coordinates 48° 52′ 35″ North, 2° 19′ 26″ East and an altitude of 32 m.
    It is on the train lines Paris-Saint-Lazare <=> Le Havre, Paris-Saint-Lazare <=> Versailles-Rive-Droite, Paris <=> Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Paris-Saint-Lazare <=> Ermont – Eaubonne and Paris-Saint-Lazare <=> Mantes-Station via Conflans-Sainte-Honorine with 27 tracks and 27 platforms serving 105 324 691 passengers (2015) per year.

  • Ticket Counters and Distributors:

    Ticket counters available Platform 27: Mondays to Thursdays: 06h15 to 21h45, Fridays: 06h15 to 22h00, Saturdays: 06h15 to 21h45, Sundays and Holidays: 07h15 to 21h45.
    Level (Niveau) -1: Mondays to Fridays: 07h00 to 20h30, Saturdays: 09h00 to 19h00, Closed Sundays and Holidays.

    Automatic train ticket distributors for the Transilien Paris suburban train network
    Automatic train ticket distributors for the main line train network
    Real-time departure and arrival schedules display boards

    Buy Train Tickets and Reservations:

    Tickets are available 90 days before train departure--that's when they're the cheapest. Buy worldwide, get the best price and throw in tranquility of mind knowing your train ticket reservations are taken care of. You have a guaranteed seat (included in the ticket price), no 'full train' hassle, your travel plans are in place and you're ready to explore France.

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    • No booking fee - tickets are the same prices as all the train carriers
    • Payment methods with most of the international credit cards as well as Paypal
    • Exchange reservations or receive quick reimbursement if an emergency arises, depending on type of ticket and train booked
    • Client service in English, 48/7/365

    Train Passes: USA - Rest of World. One-country, 2+ adjoining countries, global pass for 31 countries. Periods of 4-10 consecutive days or not. This is flexibility with bonuses including reduced or free fares on ferries, cruises, private trains, hotels, museums and other attractions, plus local discounts. And the comfort of 1st class travel for very little additional cost.

    Seat Reservations: USA - Rest of World. When you have your Rail Pass, you also need seat reservations on International trains (Eurostar, Thalys, TGV Lyria, France Spain...), High speed trains (TGV...), most Intercite and night trains. You can board other trains and find any seat with a validated Rail Pass.

    Groups: USA - Rest of World. Work with a group multi-lingual rail consultant to receive group rates for 10+ travelers: Friends and family, pilgrimages, reach cruise excursions, Scouts, sports teams, study, corporate, concert and social groups. Discounted museum passes and city transport cards. Peace of mind with advanced reservations for sleepers and seats.

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  • Suburban Trains:

    RER A
    A3 Cergy-le-Haut, A5 Poissy, A1 Saint-Germain-en-Laye <=> A2 Boissy-Saint-Léger, A4 Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy (Disneyland) (Connection via an underground passageway to Auber)

    We recommend getting a Paris Visite  1-5 zone unlimited travel pass (Train, metro, bus, tram) which covers most of the above suburban stops including transport to/from the Paris airports.

    Line J

    • Saint-Lazare <=> Conflans <=> Gisors
    • Saint-Lazare <=> Ermont-Eaubonne
    • Saint-Lazare <=> Conflans <=> Mantes-la-Jolie
    • Saint-Lazare <=> Poissy <=> Mantes-la-Jolie <=> Vernon

    Line L

    • Saint-Lazare <=> Cergy-le-Haut
    • Saint-Lazare <=> Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche
    • Saint-Lazare <=> Versailles-Rive-Droite
    Paris Metro:

    Metro Saint-Lazare

    Paris Metro - The efficient underground city train network that get you there fast and efficiently.

    > We recommend getting a Paris Visite to travel around Paris.

    • Line 3: Pont de Levallois <=> Gallieni
    • Line 9: Pont de Sèvres <=> Mairie de Montreuil (via an underground passageway to Saint-Augustin or Havre Caumartin)
    • Line 12: Front Populaire <=> Mairie d’Issy
    • Line 13: (Asnières-Gennevilliers) Les Courtilles / Saint-Denis - Université <=> Châtillon - Montrouge
    • Line 14: Saint-Lazare <=> Olympiades
    Local Bus Transport:

    RATP Paris Bus Network: 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 29 32 43 53 66 80 81 94 95
    Noctilien night bus lines: (N01, N02, N15, N16, N51,N52, N53, N150, N151, N152 and N154)


    See the Paris Airport Shuttle image below for visual details of the departure and arrival points for:

    • The RER B train from both CDG and Orly airports <=> Paris and from CDG <=> Orly
    •  Le Bus Direct is the Airport Bus transport to/from various point in Paris  to Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports

    Other Shuttle Options: Private, rapid, Airport Shuttle (in conjunction with BonjourLaFrance). Meets you at baggage exit. No hassle, no waiting, door-to-door transport. Excellent with kids, strollers or bulky equipment. Options for group transfers as well.

    We recommend getting a Paris Visite card to travel around Paris which includes transport to/from the airports.

    Taxis are available in front of all these arrival and departure train stations.

    Car: Rentals, parking:

    Pay parking for 300 to 500 cars

    Car rental is easy and quick if you reserve ahead of time. All the paperwork is ready, your car is chosen, you're se up and off in minutes. Special rates apply with AVIS, the most available car rentals in France at train stations and airports as well as downtown locations.

    Here's one of the biggest online car rental companies which connects you with and compares prices for the major rental car brands.

    Bicycles, Motorcycles: Rentals, parking:

    Bicycle parking available

    From scooters to classics, from BMW to Yamaha motorbikes can easily be rented. Four location in Paris area: Gare du Nord, Lyon and CDG and Orly airports.

    Here's a very complete website about bicycling in France with links to locations around the country where you can rent a bike.

  • Train Station Services:

    Business card printing device
    Automatic photo booth
    Telephone booth
    Automatic distributor for snacks and drinks
    Automatic distributor for hot drinks

    Shop and Eat in the Train Station:

    Travel agency
    Brasserie Restaurant - French version of a pub
    Automatic photo machine
    FNAC Service - Cultural and electronic products
    Car rental agency
    Clothing store
    Relay - Newspapers, magazines, takeaway food, snacks and drinks
    Fresh sandwiches
    Tabac - Tobacco shop
    Mobile Phone shop

    Reduced Mobility:

    Magnetic loop for the hearing impaired
    Parking spaces reserved for Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRMs)

    Luggage Storage :

    There is no baggage storage at this station
    Suggestion: Ask a shop or hotel nearby and offer them a few Euro

    Baggage storage service - Eelway  A luggage free day in Paris -  Luggage transfer in Paris area & storage at airports and train stations. A concierge meets you at your train arrival platform to collect your baggage.

    Lost & Found:

    Office: On platform 27
    Mondays - Fridays: 07:45 - 19:20

    Declare your lost property. Give a precise description. An email will confirm your claim:

    1. Internet: Create or use your account and declare your claim This page is in French but is accessible from anywhere ... especially when you're visiting France and Europe.
    2. Telephone: +33 (0) 8 92 35 35 35 (open 7/7 from 8h00 to 20h00 to answer questions and register your claim) or in France 36 35 (0,40 € / minute) then #22
    3. At a train station: see the map at the bottom of this page for station details 

    A national database registers all lost and found objects in real time. Search for your object will continue for one monnth. There's a charge of 5/10 Euros, depending on object's value, for restitution of an item.

    Another national lost and found service can be found here

  • Tourist Information:

    Office du Tourisme et des Congrès de Paris - Bureau Pyramides
    25 rue des Pyramides - 75001 Paris
    RER: Auber (line A) - Metro: Pyramides (line 7-14)
    Open from the 2nd of May to the 31st of October : everyday from 9am to 7pm ;
    from the 1st of November to the 30th of April : everyday from 10am to 7pm. Closed on the 1st of May

    Paris Tourist Office - Welcome Centre - L'Espace Paris Rendez-vous
    29, rue de Rivoli Paris 4th
    RER: Châtelet Les Halles (lines A and B) - Metro: Hôtel de Ville (line 1) or Châtelet (line 4)
    Open from Monday to Saturday from 10.30am to 6.30pm

    Paris Tourist Office - Reception du Carrousel du Louvre
    99, rue de Rivoli Paris 1st
    Metro: Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre
    Open 7 days a week (public holidays included), from 10am to 8pm. No ticket office <=> Information only

    Paris Tourist Office - Gare du Nord Welcome Centre
    18, rue de Dunkerque Paris 10th arrondissement (Welcome kiosk beneath the glass roof, in the Ile-de-France zone)
    RER: Gare du Nord (lines B-D) - Metro : Gare du Nord (lines 4-5).
    Open: 7 days a week (except 25 December, 1 January and 1 May) from 8am to 6pm.

    Do: Visits, Attractions, Activities, Events nearby:

    Sleep: Hotels, hostels, B&B nearby:

    Hotels, Hostels, B&B find quality accommodations at the best rates near Gare de Paris-Saint-Lazare, Galerie Lafayette in Paris (lowest price matching)

    Eat: Restaurants, brasseries, take-away nearby:

    French, Vegetarian, Pizza, light or gourmet, the choice is yours, the price is right and it's delicious.