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The Gare du Nord railway station station is crossed by two underground lines ( line and line) and by RER line , RER line and RER line . An underground hall with a shopping mall also provides direct walk to La Chapelle underground station, located 500 meters away and crossed by underground line (Nation-Etoile). It takes around 6 minutes on foot to reach La Chapelle underground station from Gare du Nord railway station.
Go on foot from Gare du Nord to Gare de l'Est:
It is very easy and quick to walk from the Gare du Nord railway station to the Gare de l'Est railway station, which is only 500 meters to the southeast: when leaving the Gare du Nord railway station through the main entrance, take Dunkerque street (rue de Dunkerque) on the left to Alsace street (rue d'Alsace), which you will take on the right, following the railway tracks of the Gare de l'Est railway station. Then go down the stairs. An entrance to the Gare de l'Est railway station is on the left, at the bottom of the stairs (allow a 7-8 minute walk).
Access to the underground and RER from the Gare du Nord railway station platforms:There are many possibilities to reach the subway or RER stations from Gare du Nord railway station:
- Opposite track 7, at the reserved lanes for Thalys and Eurostar trains, there is access to underground line (Porte de Clignancourt <-> Mairie de Montrouge). This line crosses Paris from north (Porte de Clignancourt) to south (Mairie de Montrouge). You can of course also have a RATP ticket office.
- At track 19, you have access to underground line (Porte de Clignancourt <-> Mairie de Montrouge) and underground line (Bobigny <-> place d'Italie) lines. A RATP ticket office is located just before the turnstiles at the underground station.
Under the large glass roof you can access the underground line , underground line and underground line 2 (Nation <-> Etoile), as well as the RER line (Roissy airport <- > Saint-Rémy lès-Chevreuse), RER line and RER line.
The RER line line crosses Paris and its suburbs from north to south. It allows you to reach in less than five minutes the Châtelet-Les Halles station located in the heart of Paris, where you will find a connection with the line of the RER which crosses the Paris region from east to west.