Paris subway : from Anvers to Porte Maillot

french version

Plan a journey

Means of transport :

pieton Go to Anvers and take subway line ligne de metro 2
towards Porte Dauphine
1 2 Anvers
2 2 Pigalle
3 2 Blanche
4 2 Place de Clichy
5 2 Rome
6 2 Villiers
7 2 Monceau
8 2 Courcelles
9 2 Ternes
10 2 Charles de Gaulle Etoile
pieton
Correspondance
Change at Charles de Gaulle Etoile station and take subway line ligne de metro 1
towards La Défense (Grande Arche)
11 1 Charles de Gaulle Etoile
12 1 Argentine
13 1 Porte Maillot
pieton Get off at Porte Maillot
Position of the exits on the platform of the arrival station Porte Maillot
(the wagons in green are near the exits)
position des sorties

All metro or RER routes to Porte Maillot.

By bike, the Anvers Porte Maillot route takes 21 mn.

Self-service bicycles closest to Anvers

Self-service bicycles closest to Porte Maillot

The inauguration of the Anvers subway station took place on 7 octobre 1902. The annual attendance of this station is 6 432 199 passengers.
The station Porte Maillot, located at Paris, was inaugurated on 15 novembre 1936 (19 juillet 1900 pour la première station, déplacée). It benefits from an annual attendance of 8 976 380 travellers.

Detailed plan of route Anvers Porte Maillot by subway:

 

Highly requested routes :

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Streets near the destination Porte Maillot:

Avenue de Malakoff, Boulevard de l’Amiral Bruix, Boulevard Pershing, Boulevard Thierry de Martel, Impasse de Malakoff, Place de la Porte Maillot, Place de Verdun, Rue de Dreux, Rue du Commandant Marchand, Rue Gustave Charpentier, Boulevard Gouvion-Saint-Cyr, Cité Duplan, Place du Général Koenig

Streets near the departure location Anvers:

Boulevard Marguerite de Rochechouart, Passage Briquet, Place d’Anvers, Rue Briquet, Rue de Dunkerque, Rue de Steinkerque, Rue d’Orsel, Rue Gérando, Rue Seveste, Avenue Trudaine, Place Saint-Pierre, Place Suzanne Valadon, Rue Bochart de Saron

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