Quick Answer: Where Does RER B Stop In Paris?

Where does the RER stop in Paris?

RER B – Gare du Nord

The RER B train makes its first stop in central Paris at Gare du Nord, famous for being the station for the Eurostar high speed Paris to London train.

See the photo tour of Gare du Nord to get a better idea of its layout.

Does RER B stop at Terminal 1?

RER station Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 is located at Roissypole, near terminal 3. Access to-from terminal 1 by CDGVAL shuttle train.

What is RER B in Paris?

RER B is one of the five lines in the Réseau Express Régional (English: Regional Express Network), a hybrid suburban commuter/rapid transit system serving Paris, France and its suburbs.

How much is the RER B from Paris to CDG?

The cheapest and fastest transportation to Airport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) from central Paris, is the suburban train line RER B (blue line on RER maps) at a cost of 10.30€ ( as of June 1, 2019), one way, requiring roughly 40 minutes.

How do I buy a RER ticket in Paris?

You can buy RER tickets from ticket windows and ticket vending machines (Billetterie Ile-de-France) at any Paris Metro station, at large train stations (such as Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord), at RER train stations and Transilien train stations (suburban trains to destinations like Versailles & Fontainebleau).

Is the Paris Metro safe at night?

Re: Paris Metro – safe at night? It is absolutely safe. The RER train into Paris, and the Metro within Paris, will still have many people on board and you will be safe. As at any hour, be alert for the possibility of pickpockets and petty thieves.