Plan a journey
Result of the trip with a connection :
|Go to Iéna and take subway line towards Mairie de Montreuil|
|3||9||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
CorrespondanceChange at Franklin D. Roosevelt station and take subway line towards La Défense (Grande Arche)
|4||1||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
|6||1||Charles de Gaulle Etoile|
|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)
From Iéna to Porte Maillot by subway:
The fastest route in the Paris subway from Iéna to Porte Maillot takes 15 minutes. This route takes lines and . It has only one change at Franklin D. Roosevelt station . The complete route crosses 8 stations . The place of departure, Iéna, is located at a distance of 1,722 km from the destination (Porte Maillot). On foot, travel time between the departure station and the destination is 23 mn.
The inauguration of the Iéna subway station took place on 27 mai 1923.
The annual attendance of this station is 2 374 498 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 map of the Iéna Porte Maillot subway route :
Streets near Porte Maillot station:
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,