The Gare Saint-Lazare is the second busiest train station
in Paris after Gare du Nord. It is mainly served by suburban trains and trains
from or to region of Normandy. The place was made famous by Claude Monet who
made 11 paintings of the Gare Saint Lazare. Please find here below information about transportation to or from
Saint Lazare train station (shuttles, taxis, subway, bus services, ...),
maps and directions.
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Transportation from Paris Saint Lazare train station
Paris Saint Lazare train station is well served by
public transports, taxis and airport shuttles.
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Airport Shuttle is a very convenient way to travel between
Paris Saint Lazare train station and Orly or Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport. The journey must
be booked in advance. Read more: Train station to airport transfers
The taxi rank is located in front of the main exit
door. Few taxi drivers usually wait here as Saint Lazare St is often crowded.
Expect very long queues especially during rush-hour times (mostly 7am-9am and
4pm-7pm). Read more:
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Bus and subway
Bus: Many bus lines (20 different lines) serve Paris
Saint Lazare train station. Bus stops are located in Saint Lazare Street and
Rome Street. Subway: Metro lines 3, 9, 12, 13, 14 and RER E directly serve
the train station. Subway station is located at level -1 (Travellers just
need to follow the signs within the arrivals - departures hall). See: Paris metro map