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Montparnasse is one of the seven major stations in Paris. Trains from the west and south-west parts of France are going through this station, linking Paris with the Atlantic coast. At the moment the intensity of the passengers is 50 million people a year. In the station Montparnasse you will have the opportunity to experience trains led by computers and high speed trains – TGV. From this station you can travel to Rennes, Brest, Chartres, Nantes, Toulouse, Saint-Malo, as well as to the park "France Miniature". In addition international trains from Spain and Portugal are arriving to this station.
This is the most famous international station in Europe. It is located in the 10th district of Paris, has the highest passenger turnover and is connected with such European countries as United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and north-east parts of the country. This is the busiest station in Paris. Each year it is carrying about 180 million passengers, making it the third largest station by passenger turnover in the world. You can reach Amiens, Lille or Chantilly castle from here. In addition, station can be considered as monument of architecture. Station building is built from stone, roof from iron and the facade of the building is made in the shape of Triumphal arch.
It is the oldest train station in Paris. Annually it serves more than 100 million people, ranking it as the second busiest train station by turnover of the passengers. Trains from the Saint-Lazare station are running to Normandy and Cherbourg, Le Havre, Dieppe, Trouville - Deauville Onfleryuda, Rouen and Giverny. Station has inspired great artists of Impressionism, such as Manet, Claude Monet and Caillebotte. The image of the station can be found in their paintings.
It is located in the 12th district. It was opened only in 2012 and it is one of the youngest and smallest stations in Paris. It has direct connections with Burgundy - Auxerre, Dijon, Nevers, Klamsi and in Avignon, Bordeaux, Brive, Lyon, Marseille, Toulon and Toulouse. All the year from Bercy you can travel to Nice and Narbonne, and in the summer season to Biarritz, Geneva and Briancon.
One of the largest train stations in Paris. It is located at the left coast of Seine, in the south-east district of Paris. During the year, Gare d'Austerlitz serves about 30 million passengers. The name of the station represents great victory of Napoleon at Austerlitz in 1805. Long time it was possible to take a train to Germany and Belgium from here. But after the launch of TGV trains passengers preferred to travel with them and the number of passenger using this station greatly reduced. At the moment trains from here are reaching Bordeaux, Toulouse, as well as in Spain and Portugal.
Station is located in the 10th district. It is one of the oldest and largest train stations in Paris. From this station trains are running to Austria, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Also it has incoming trains from Moscow and Paris. More than 34 million people a year are using this station. This is the station from which in 1883 departed world famous “Oriental Express” traveling from Paris to Istanbul and connecting France with Middle East. Western and eastern facade of the station building is decorated with statues from Strazburga and Verdun symbolizing the main directions of the station. From the East Railway Station, you can travel to Reims, Troyes, Nancy, Metz, Strazburg.
One of the largest train stations is Paris, connecting Paris with south-east parts of France. It is located in the 12th district at the northern side of the river Seine. Station serves an average of 90 million passengers per year and is the third busiest in France. It is convenient to travel to Lyon, Dijon, Grenoble, Toulon, Marseille and Nice. Station has international train routes linking country with Switzerland, Italy and Greece. History of the station started in 1849, when officially the first "Lyon platform" was opened. The most prominent architectural feature of the station, which is impossible not to notice, is the clock tower, which is 67 meters tall. Restaurant "Blue Train", on the first floor of the terminal, has the same interior since 1900. Restaurant invites visitors to plunge into a luxurious modern era. The station itself was filmed in the movie "Mr. Bean's Holiday," with starring actor Rowan Atkinson.