France train station map

France national rail network map. France train station map (Western Europe - Europe) to print. France train station map (Western Europe - Europe) to download. If you are travelling to or from another city in Europe, consider taking the train. The rail stations in Paris put many destinations in England, Italy, Spain and Germany within your reach. There are seven major train stations in Paris stations that go beyond the Ile de France region as its shown in France train station map. The busiest railway station in Europe and the hub for trains arriving and departing Paris on the Eurostar. With Thalys the Gare du Nord also serves Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany. Along with the local and national train lines this station is always a bustling beehive of activity with trains running to Northern France and the Northern suburbs of Paris.

France national rail network map

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Gare de l'Est, located a short ten minute walk from Gare du Nord (you can also take the bus or metro). Connects to Gare Magenta. Trains go to eastern France and Germany plus the eastern suburbs of Paris. Gare d'Austerlitz, trains go to central France, Toulouse and the Pyrenees. Elipsos also runs trains to Barcelona. Gare de Bercy, trains to Italy and Burgundy as its mentioned in France train station map. Gare de Lyon, trains to south-east France, Languedoc-Roussillon, Switzerland and Italy. Trains also run to the south-eastern suburbs of Paris. Gare Montparnasse, trains to western and south-western France and Madrid. Trains also run to the western suburbs of Paris. Gare Saint-Lazare, trains to Normandy and to the west and south-western suburbs of Paris.
Many French railway stations date back to the 19th century and have since been listed as historic monuments by the French State. Some of them feature a clock tower that has become an iconic landmark part of the city skyline (Colmar, La Rochelle, Limoges, Gare de Lyon in Paris, Metz, Rouen), others have kept their monumental iron, steel and glass train sheds (Gare du Nord in Paris, Strasbourg) as you can see in France train station map. Finally, some have been recently designed for the purpose of TGV connections (Paris CDG, Lyon Aiport Station, Lille-Europe, Avignon-TGV).