Gare Du Nord, Paris
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Gare Du Nord, Paris - Address, Ticket Price
Address: 18 Rue Dunkerque, 75010 Paris, France
Ticket Price: 15 EUR
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 04:30 am - 11:59 pm Details
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The Paris Nord or Gare du Nord "North Station" is one of the six vast end line stations of the SNCF mainline system for Paris, France. It offers associations with a few urban transportation lines, incorporating Paris Metro, RER and Buses. Regarding the count of explorers and visitors, at around 190 million for every year, it is the busiest track station in Europe and outside Japan.The Gare du Nord is the station for trains to Northern France and to universal ends of the line in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The station complex was outlined by the French designer Jacques Hittorff and assembled between 1861 and 1864. It is arranged in the tenth arrondissement of Paris. The inside was totally modified in 1889 and an augmentation was based the eastern side to serve suburban rail lines. More development work was completed during the period between the years 1930 to 1932. Gare Du Nord tourist attraction added in Paris 4 Day Trip Itinerary
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- The station has been a very large attraction for tourists since its built and thereby has been the filming and scenic zones for numerous movies and novels.
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I enjoyed this train station. The information people were very helpful. It's very clean and organized with good signage. There's also fun events going on and bikes u can ride to power your devices. It an get busy and don't make eye contact with scammers.
Magnificent station. Super busy but efficient. It’s all here - commuter trains, Eurostar, underground - all connected and easy to follow even if you don’t speak French. Varied and good food choices. Eurostar lounges comfortable enough. Info people were helpful
This is a great station. Yes, you have to watch out, however, the architecture is great and once you review the arrival/departure screens it's easy to figure out your train. Note: you must constantly monitor the screens to not miss your boarding!
Contrary to my below comments. The Eurostar experience has now returned to being a regular nightmare. The queues for French passport control (on exit!!) are now guaranteeing to be at least a hour. With the usual lack of control, rampant queue barging and total disorganisation. France passport control seems determined to make sure that the experience is as miserable as possible by ensuring there are Insufficient staff and those there are, determined to take as long as possible to check your passport. Whilst the Eurostar section has been massively improved - there is little point - as it’s impossible to get through - as seemingly France passport control seems determined to ensure that passengers are subjected to the worst experience possible on leaving. Whilst there is a choice of very high standard food outlets once through. The New configuration has opened a great deal more space. Much more comfortable. The Work is not finished but a huge upgrade on only a few months ago. It’s impossible to enjoy. It’s really an Absolute disgrace.
Beautiful and busy. If you look carefully, the pillars have intricate old style details on them. With a generous helping of vending machines. If you're into Pokemon Go, there are 2 accessible Pokemon gyms and a couple of Stops as well.