Paris subway : from Gare du Nord to CCIP IDF

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From Gare du Nord to CCIP IDF by subway:

The fastest route in the Paris subway from Gare du Nord to CCIP IDF takes 24 minutes. This route takes lines subway line D and subway line 1. It has only one change at Châtelet - Les Halles station . The complete route crosses 10 stations.

Result of the trip Gare du Nord CCIP IDF by subway or RER with a connection:

Détail du trajet Gare du Nord CCIP IDF
Nombre de
Ligne de métro et
Nom des stations
pieton Go to Gare du Nord and take subway line subway line D
towards Melun
1 D Gare du Nord
2 D Châtelet - Les Halles
Change at Châtelet - Les Halles station and take subway line subway line 1
towards La Défense (Grande Arche)
3 1 Châtelet
4 1 Louvre Rivoli
5 1 Palais Royal Musée du Louvre
6 1 Tuileries
7 1 Concorde
8 1 Champs Elysées Clémenceau
9 1 Franklin D. Roosevelt
10 1 Georges V
pietonGet off at Georges V (located 259 m from CCIP IDF)
Position of the exits on the platform of the arrival station Georges V
(the wagons in green are near the exits)
Position of the exits

The departure point, Gare du Nord, is located at a distance of 4,149 km from the destination (CCIP IDF). On foot, he travel time between the departure and the destination is 55 mn.

Access to the metro or RER at the "Gare du Nord" railway station

By bike, the trajet Gare du Nord CCIP IDF route takes 19 mn.

Self-service bicycles closest to Gare du Nord

Self-service bicycles closest to CCIP IDF

The inauguration of the Gare du Nord subway station took place on   21 avril 1908. The annual attendance of this station is 50 793 797 passengers.

Detailed plan of route Gare du Nord CCIP IDF by subway:


Highly requested routes:

CCIP IDF Gare de Lyon | CCIP IDF Gare du nord | CCIP IDF Gare Montparnasse | CCIP IDF Gare Saint-Lazare | CCIP IDF Châtelet-les-Halles | CCIP IDF République | CCIP IDF Nation

Streets near the departure location Gare du Nord:

Rue de Dunkerque, Rue de l’Aqueduc, Rue Demarquay, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, Rue la Fayette, Rue de Saint-Quentin, Rue d’Alsace, Boulevard de Magenta, Rue Cail, Rue de Maubeuge, Rue de Valenciennes

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