Gare de Paris-Est is one of the train departure stations of the French National Railways in Paris. It is located in the 10th district of the northern part of Paris. It contains a variety of rail transport services and urban rail services such as the Paris Metro. , Transilien, Inter-provincial train (TER), TGV, ICE, etc.
The East Paris Station is the starting point for the network of the outer suburbs of eastern Paris. Passengers can take the trains to and from Paris and the eastern suburbs. The corresponding track number of the far-away car platform is 13~22. The East Paris Station has a variety of domestic and international train services to facilitate passengers to the northeast of France and Central European countries such as Germany and Austria. Tracks 2~12 (Station Yellow District) mainly stop international trains and domestic trains to Alsace; Tracks 23~30 (Station Blue) mainly stop domestic trains to Lorraine and Champagne-Ardenne. Among them, Deutsche Bahn is responsible for the operation of ICE trains and night trains to Berlin and Munich; while the French National Railways is responsible for the operation of domestic local trains TER, domestic high-speed rail TGV, and the Moscow Express Line to Minsk and Moscow (Moscou- Express), and via Venice, Austria, Germany, "Venise-Simplon-Orient-Express"
There is a corresponding underground station on the ground floor of the East Paris Station, which is convenient for passengers to take metro lines 4, 5 and 7 to all parts of Paris. The station also has an underground passage connecting to the deeper underground RER station in the west, the Mashanta Station, which can be transferred to the RER E line. In addition, there is a corresponding bus stop on the ground floor of the East Paris Station, which is convenient for passengers to take various bus lines to all parts of Paris.
The station is about 1 km from another important train station, Gare du Nord, from where you can take the Eurostar to London.