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The train station Gare des Invalides is a French railway station on the line: Invalides to Versailles-Rive-Gauche located in the 7th arrondissement (district) of Paris. Opened on 15 April 1900 by the Compagnie des chemins de fer de l’Ouest, today it is a station belonging to the SNCF served by trains from the RER line C (Regional Express Network).
It is in zone: 1 (tarification Ile-de-France) with coordinates 48°°51′ 43″ North, 2°°18′ 53″ East with an altitude of 28 m.
It is on the train lines Invalides <=> Versailles-Rive-Gauche with 4 tracks and 2 central platforms serving about 8 million passengers per year.
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Train and Bus travel offer you downtown to downtown comfortable and efficient service. No hassle with early arrivals, delays, and luggage security checks. You can take unlimited weight and reasonably bulky items on board. European rail is the way to travel and really see the French countryside. The bus is an excellent cheaper alternative especially for youth and student travel.Ticket Counters and Distributors:
Ticket counters available Mondays to Fridays: 08h30 to 19h00
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There are no national trains from this station. You can find all French national train schedules and best ticket prices : Click on your link above.National Trains - TGV, Intercite:
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There are no national trains from this station. You can find all French national train schedules and best ticket prices : Click on your link above.Metro Paris and other Metropolitan Train Transit Systems:
Line 8: Balard <=> (Creteil) Pointe du Lac (with a moving walkway between stations)
Line 13: (Asnieres-Gennevilliers) Les Courtilles / Saint-Denis - Universite <=> Chatillon - Montrouge (with a moving walkway between stations)Local Bus, Trams and Inter-city Coach Transport:
RATP Paris Bus Network: 28 63 69 83 93
Noctilien night bus lines: N01 and N02
Tourist Bus: OpenTourShuttles: Downtown, Airport, Nearby Sights, Resorts:
See the Paris Airport Shuttle image below for visual details of the departure and arrival points for:
- The RER B train from both CDG and Orly airports <=> Paris and from CDG <=> Orly
- Le Bus Direct is the Airport Bus transport to/from various point in Paris to Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports
Other Shuttle Options: Private, rapid, Airport Shuttle (in conjunction with BonjourLaFrance). Meets you at baggage exit. No hassle, no waiting, door-to-door transport. Excellent with kids, strollers or bulky equipment. Options for group transfers as well.
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Taxis are available in front of all these arrival and departure train stations.Car: Taxis, Rentals, Parking, Passenger drop-off:
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Bicycle parking available
From scooters to classics, from BMW to Yamaha motorbikes can easily be rented. Four location in Paris area: Gare du Nord, Lyon and CDG and Orly airports.
Here's a very complete website about bicycling in France with links to locations around the country where you can rent a bike.Services available:
Automatic photo booth
Automatic distributor for snacks and drinks
Automatic distributor for hot drinks
Automatic distributor for newspapersShop and Eat in the Train Station:
Bonne Journee: Cafeteria, fast food
Relay - Newspapers, magazines, takeaway food, snacks and drinks
Fresh sandwichesReduced Mobility:
Warning indicators (tiles) on the railway platforms
Magnetic loop for the hearing impaired
Wider adapted turnstile
Accessibility: Reduced Mobility: Call 'Acces Plus' 48 hours in advance of travel to enquire and reserve: +33 (0)8 90 64 06 50 available from 6:00am - midnight. For assistance boarding your train, arrive at the platform at least 30 minutes before departure time. Wheelchairs and boarding ramps are available if required.Luggage Storage :
There is no baggage storage at this station
Suggestion: Ask a shop or hotel nearby and offer them a few Euro
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- Telephone: +33 (0) 8 92 35 35 35 (open 7/7 from 8h00 to 20h00 to answer questions and register your claim) or in France 36 35 (0,40 € / minute) then #22
- At a train station: see the map at the bottom of this page for station details
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