Line 1 of the Paris metro: List of stations, line map

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ligne de metro 1

The metro line 1 crosses Paris from east to west, with La Défense to the west and Château de Vincennes to the east as its terminus. This line was the first to be built in Paris and was inaugurated for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. In total, the journey from terminus to terminus represents 16.5 km for a travel time of approximately 35 minutes. Almost all of the line is underground. In Paris, only the "Bastille" station is open to the sky. In Neuilly, the line becomes aerial for a few moments when crossing the Seine.

Since February 2013, line 1 has been fully automated, i.e. there is no longer a driver's station in the line 1 trains. In addition, all the stations on line 1 are equipped with screen doors at platform level, which reinforces the safety of line users, and has made it possible to increase train speeds.

Line 1 is the busiest metro line in Paris, with more than 180 million passengers per year. During the day, the time interval between each train is two to four minutes on weekdays, and three to five minutes on Sundays. After 8 p.m., expect a five to eight minute wait.

map of line 1 of the Paris metro Paris metro line 1 map

List of stations on line 1 from terminus to terminus with connections to other lines on the network:

La Défense Grande Arche ligne de metro A

Esplanade de la Défense

Pont de Neuilly

Les Sablons

Porte Maillot


Charles de Gaulle Etoile ligne de metro A ligne de metro 6 ligne de metro 2

Georges V

Franklin D. Roosevelt ligne de metro 9

Champs Elysées Clémenceau ligne de metro 13

Concorde ligne de metro 8 ligne de metro 12


Palais Royal Musée du Louvre ligne de metro 7

Louvre Rivoli

Châtelet ligne de metro 7 ligne de metro 4 ligne de metro 11 ligne de metro 14

Hôtel de Ville ligne de metro 11


Bastille ligne de metro 5 ligne de metro 8

Gare de Lyon ligne de metro A ligne de metro 14 ligne de metro D

Reuilly - Diderot ligne de metro 8

Nation ligne de metro A ligne de metro 2 ligne de metro 6 ligne de metro 9

Porte de Vincennes



Château de Vincennes

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