Gare de Paris-Nord is one of the train launching stations of the French National Railways (SNCF) in Paris. It is located in the 10th district in the north of the city of Paris and contains a variety of rail transport services and urban rail services. Such as the Paris Metro, Regional Express Rail (RER), Transilien Railway (Transilien), Interprovincial Train (TER), TGV, Eurostar and so on. Gare du Nord is the busiest railway station in Europe.
Paris North Station is the stopover of RER Lines B and D. It is also the starting point for the northern suburbs of Paris. Passengers can take the trains to and from the northern suburbs of Paris, the southern suburbs, and the Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. The main airport of the district. The Paris North Station has a variety of inter-provincial trains and domestic high-speed rail services to facilitate passengers to the provinces of northern France. The station also has Eurostar and Thalys international high-speed rail services, which are convenient for passengers to travel to the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and other countries.
Arrival: Paris North Station has an underground passage connecting to a deeper underground RER station in the east - Gare de Magenta, which can be transferred to the RER E line; Metro Line 4 and 5 underground in the Gare du Nord The line goes to all parts of Paris; the middle-class interchange also has a long corridor leading north to the La Chapelle station on line 2; there is also a corresponding bus stop on the grounds of the Gare du Nord station, which is convenient for passengers to take the bus lines. Travel to all parts of Paris.