Gare Du NordCurrently Open
- Address: 18 Rue Dunkerque, 75010 Paris, France
- Timings: 04:30 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 15 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Family And Kids, Architecture , Train Ride
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
- 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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1.65% of people who visit Paris include Gare Du Nord in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
33.33% of people start their Gare Du Nord visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Gare Du Nord
88.89% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gare Du Nord
One of the main stations in Paris, one where the Eurostar stops. A magnificent old building housing various platforms. Numerous cafes abound to quench your thirst and while time. Friendly staff who do speak English, so don’t be shy to ask.
Well organized-easy to understand-friendly staff-relatively stress free traveling wise as far as stations go. Also very clean toilets which can be a welcome sight. Inspiration for other stations on how it should be done. Bravo
Nice station in a good location. The transport to the rest of Paris is easy and there are plenty of staff that can help with directions etc. Outside the station there's plenty of food options. Biggest problem outside the station is the open urinals, the whole area stinks and I can't understand how people can sit outside the cafes eating. Make sure to get early to the station at least one hour before if travelling on the Eurostar back to London.
Absolute sham. Having travelled here from London, I expected a decently quick boarding experience. I arrived 45 minutes early there and effectively walked onto my train. Here, it was a nightmare. They had separate queues forming for the same train, so by joining the actual queue, you actually put yourself at a disadvantage. I arrive around 70 minutes before my train was scheduled to depart and made it by all of 2 minutes. Already having waited in line for 45 minutes, I asked the woman right before customs if she could guarantee I would make it on the train. She said no, as I had not arrived at customs 30 minutes before boarding. How is any of that my fault given than I arrived at the station an extremely reasonable time beforehand? They truly need to get their act together.
Beautiful experience ,had a great time , lovely wiew. A lively place ,full of people enjoying everything the view, the food, drinks , bazaar, steps , weather,trees, the atmosphere , the feeling of being alive . the place is Gare de lyon.