Paris Saint-Lazare Train Station

Paris Saint-Lazare Train Station

The Paris Saint-Lazare Train Station (Gare Saint-Lazare) is one of the six major train stations of Paris and is the second busiest railway station in Europe handling over 450,000 travelers each day. This impressive station has been modernized and is considered a Parisian Historic Monument. The station serves the western suburbs of Paris and Normandy and houses a shopping center that opened in early 2012.

  • Address: Rue d' Amsterdam Paris 8
  • View location on map: Google map

To/from the Charles de Galle (CDG) Airport:

    Take the RER B to Gare du Nord and then take the RER Line E to Magenta (one stop West Terminus : St Lazare) which is connected to Gare du Nord and the Gare de l'Est.

Transportation from Gare Saint-Lazare:

  • RER (Regional Express Railway); Line E train

To other railway stations from the Paris Saint-Lazare Train Station:

  • Metro: Lines 3, 12, 13 and 14

We recommend getting a Paris Visite to travel around Paris.

Trains using this station:

Cities commonly traveled to from this station:

Communications:

Telephone access:

  • Telephone stands
  • Location: main concourse
  • Codes
    International Code: 011
    Country Code: 33
    City Code: 1

WiFi service:

  • Hotspot

Services:

Accessibility

  • "Access Plus" is a free service offered to travelers with mobility issues who require assistance at the station. Please contact Access Plus at least 48 hours before departure by email (accesplus@sncf.fr) or call 0890 640 650.

Tourism office:

  • Hours: 9:00am to 8:00pm

Baggage consignment:

  • Currently this station does not offer any left luggage facilities.

Lost and found:

  • Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Places to eat in and around this station:

  • This station houses a shopping center with various restaurants and shops.