Paris subway : from Torcy to Bastille

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From Torcy to Bastille by subway:

The fastest route in the Paris subway from Torcy to Bastille takes 39 minutes. This route takes lines subway line A and subway line 1. It has only one change at Gare de Lyon station . The complete route crosses 13 stations.

Result of the trip Torcy Bastille by subway or RER with a connection:

Détail du trajet Torcy Bastille
Nombre de
stations
Ligne de métro et
Nom des stations
pieton Go to Torcy and take subway line subway line A
towards Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Cergy-le-Haut
Poissy
1 A Torcy
2 A Lognes
3 A Noisiel
4 A Noisy-Champs
5 A Noisy-le-Grand Mont d'Est
6 A Bry-sur-Marne
7 A Neuilly-Plaisance
8 A Val de Fontenay
9 A Vincennes
10 A Nation
11 A Gare de Lyon
pieton
Correspondance
Change at Gare de Lyon station and take subway line subway line 1
towards La Défense (Grande Arche)
12 1 Gare de Lyon
13 1 Bastille
pieton Get off at Bastille
Position of the exits on the platform of the arrival station Bastille
(the wagons in green are near the exits)
Position of the exits

The departure point, Torcy, is located at a distance of 20,984 km from the destination (Bastille). On foot, he travel time between the departure and the destination is 4 h 40 mn.

All metro or RER routes to Bastille.

By bike, the trajet Torcy Bastille route takes 1 h 37 mn.

Self-service bicycles closest to Torcy

Self-service bicycles closest to Bastille

The station Bastille, located at Paris, was inaugurated on   19 juillet 1900. It benefits from an annual attendance of 13 438 906 travellers.

Detailed plan of route Torcy Bastille by subway:

 

Highly requested routes:

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

Streets near the destination Bastille:

Boulevard Beaumarchais, Boulevard Henri IV, Place de la Bastille, Rue de la Bastille, Rue Jean Beausire, Rue Saint-Antoine, Boulevard Bourdon, Boulevard Richard Lenoir, Cour Damoye, Passage Jean Beausire, Rue Daval, Rue de la Cerisaie, Rue de Lyon

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