Where does the RER stop in Paris?

RER B stations at Paris: Paris : Paris-Gare du Nord, Châtelet-Les Halles, Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, Luxembourg, Palais-Royal, Denfert-Rochereau.

What is RER B in Paris?

RER B is a train line which crosses Paris from the northeast to the southwest. It connects the airport of Roissy – Charles de Gaulle and the city of Mitry – Claye in the north, to the cities of Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse and Le Plessis-Robinson in the south, through the city center of Paris.

Is the RER the same as the Metro in Paris?

The Metro and RER share the same stations, so you don’t need to exit the Metro to transfer to the RER. Once once you’ve passed through one RER turnstile however, your ticket will not allow you to pass a second.

How do you use RER?

Riding RER trains Insert your ticket into the slot with the magnetic side down. After you’ve gone through the turnstile, retrieve your ticket (which will be ejected by a slot on top of the divider). Keep the ticket with you, since you’ll need it to exit through the turnstiles at your destination.

Can you buy RER tickets in advance?

You can’t buy RER tickets in advance but you also don’t want to wait in line; that line can easily be an hour; been there done that. Buy them from a machine at the RER station.

How much does it cost to get into the Eiffel Tower?

New Eiffel Tower rates

Adult rate Child rate
Ticket with access lift – Second floor 16.60 euros 4.10 euros
Ticket with access stairs – Second floor 10.40 euros 2.60 euros
Ticket with access lift – The top 25.90 euros 6.50 euros
Ticket with acess stairs 2nd floor + lift – The top 19.70 euros 5 euros

How much is RER B from Paris to CDG?

Details. The cheapest and fastest transportation to Airport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) from central Paris, is the suburban train line RER B (blue line on RER maps) at a cost of 10.30€ ( as of June 1, 2019), one way, requiring roughly 40 minutes.

How much is a RER ticket from CDG to Paris?


Transfer Price
RER Train (Chatelet/Gare du Nord) * €10.30 €11.40 online**
Le Bus Direct (Gare Montparnasse/Gare de Lyon) €18.00 single €31.00 return
Le Bus Direct (Arc de Triomphe/Eiffel Tower) €18.00 single €31.00 return
Roissybus (Opera) * €12.00 €15 online**

How many lines does the RER have?

Line routes along the Réseau Express Régional network The RER network has five lines, namely A, B, C, D and E. “It is operated in parts by the RATP (Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens) and SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français).”

How do you calculate RER?

(Resting Energy Requirements or RER), which can be calculated by multiplying the animal’s body weight in kilograms raised to the ¾ power by 70, for example, a 10kg (22lb) adult neutered dog of healthy weight needs RER = 70(10kg)3/4 ≈ 400 Calories/day.

Is there a map of the RER lines in Paris?

(If you prefer the old style RER map with only RER lines & zones click here ). Here is a detailed RER map of RER A to RER E lines in and around Paris and its surrounding suburbs.

Are there maps for the Metro in Paris?

To make your journeys easier, RATP provides you with all the maps for the metro, RER, tram and bus lines that make up the Paris transport network. They are interactive and downloadable in PDF format.

Where is the RER C train station in Paris?

Along RER Paris Train C (with station names in brackets) in and around Paris: Notre Dame Cathedral (St-Michel Notre Dame) Orsay Museum (Musée d’Orsay) Tomb of Napolean / Army Museum (Invalides) Eiffel Tower (Champ de Mars/Tour Eiffel) Massy TGV Train station (Massy/Palaiseau) Palace of Versailles (Versailles Rive-Gauche)

Is there a RER map of Ile de France?

Discover the Île-de-France RER map. Our interactive RER network map is designed to make your journeys easier; it is available online and downloadable in PDF format.”