Luggage Storage Gare du Nord
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Luggage storage Gare du Nord
Luggage Storage Gare du Nord
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Gare du Nord
Also known as Paris-Nord, Gare du Nord train station is one of the six large terminus stations of the SNCF mainline network for Paris. It serves train lines heading towards regions north of Paris. It is the largest station in Paris and was opened in 1846. The building itself was designed by architect Jacques Hittorf in 1861 and has a majestic facade decorated with 23 statues by famous sculptors.
Gare du Nord is served by both Metro and RER lines as well as a number of bus routes. Trains going from Paris-Gare du Nord to Charles de Gaulle airport run daily with departures every 6 to 15 minutes, and an average journey time of 35 minutes from the station to the airport.
Several other destinations around France and Europe can be reached by train from Gare du Nord such as:
The Eurostar Terminal for departures to London is on the first floor, located just above and alongside platform 3.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Gare du Nord
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers about Gare du Nord.
Is there luggage storage at Gare du Nord?
Yes, luggage storage is available at Gare du Nord as well as at all major Paris train stations. The locker room at Gare du Nord is open from 6:30 h to 22:00 h. However, the maximum length of storage time is 72 hours and there is only a flat pay-per-day fee identical for all stations, with no option of paying by the hour. Many luggage storage companies offer locations near Gare du Nord where customers can store their luggage and pay on an hourly basis, which you cannot do at Gare du Nord.
Is Gare du Nord and Paris Nord the same?
Yes. Same station, different words. The majority of people call it Gare du Nord, while train authority call it Paris Nord and use this name on the tickets.
Is there a metro station at Gare du Nord?
Platforms 40-44 are RER express metro platforms located underground. Otherwise, The Gare du Nord is a terminus with flat and level access between concourse and mainline platforms.
Are there first class lounges in Gare du Nord?
The Eurostar business lounge is upstairs inside the Eurostar terminal, but only for passengers with the most expensive Business Premier tickets, not Standard Premier. There's an SNCF Grand Voyageur first class lounge but this is only for holders of SNCF's (or other Railteam members) frequent traveller loyalty card, which you probably don't have, so of no use for most visitors even if you have a first class ticket.
Where can you get tickets in Gare du Nord?
The main ticket office windows open onto the main concourse, opposite platforms 3-6. There are plenty of SNCF ticket machines here, too. The Eurostar ticket office is upstairs on the balcony, accessed by an escalator opposite platform 17.
How can you find a taxi near Gare du Nord?
There's a well-organised taxi rank on the station forecourt in front of the station, usually with staff helping allocate people to taxis. Even if the queue looks long, it moves fast and it won't take much more than 10 minutes to get into a taxi.
Which are the best hotels near Gare du Nord?
If you need to stop overnight, suggested hotels near the station with good reviews include the Libertel Gare du Nord Suede (5 min walk from Gare du Nord, 2-sta), Mercure Terminus Nord (3-star, directly across the road from the station); Art Hotel (3-star); Avalon Hotel (2-star); Hotel Cambrai (5 min walk from Gare du Nord, 1-star).
Where is Gare du Nord located?
112 Rue de Maubeuge, 75010 Paris, France.
Is Gare du Nord safe?
Paris Gare du Nord is "quite" safe. There are a lot of people there and even late at night I never had to worry about safety. However, it is always a good idea to be careful and not attract too much attention with expensive items.
What zone is Gare du Nord?
Gare du Nord is a station on Line 4 and Line 5 of the Paris Métro.
How far is Gare du Nord from the Eiffel Tower?
The distance between Gare du Nord and Eiffel Tower is 5 km.
Opening hours for Gare du Nord?
Gare du Nord station is open every day (including public holidays) from 4.30am to 1am in the morning.
How do you get from the Eiffel Tower to Gare du Nord?
You can take a train from Eiffel Tower to Gare du Nord via Tour Eiffel, Bir Hakeim, Champ De Mars Tour Eiffel, Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, and Paris Nord in around 35 min. Alternatively, Bus RATP operates a bus from Eiffel Tower to Gare du Nord every 15 minutes. Tickets cost 2€ and the journey takes 31 min.
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