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As train stations go, this is one to love. Not the station itself, but the 3 story shopping mall built into the station, including even an excellent restaurant.
With the free piano to entertain people, the atmosphere is very easy going until of course you...More
Gare St. Lazare is a very large busy train station, well signed with a convenient grocery store contained within. Lots of little shops, got lovely baguette from a bakery.
There was a mall attached to the station with a piano for anyone to play I...More
We arrived via metro for our train trip to Normandy for the day. Signage was very good from the metro all the way to where we needed to be through several layers of train station. In the station itself, there were lots of stores and...More
This is the station I use when going by train to Caen, a city in which I lived years ago, because St. Lazare is the Paris departure point for destinations in Northwest France. It is also a major commuter station. I think that extensive renovations...More
Please be aware of the petty scam artists in Paris. This pass Summer six of my family members, myself included, visited Paris and were scammed out 107.35 euros. The scam is so slick. Do some research, just type Paris train scams in your search bar...More
Arrive prepared - the ladies at the help desk are truly useless, who knows how they got this job. Please for your own mental health avoid them and do research ahead of time or ask a friendly Parisian INSTEAD! Ugh.
The Gare Saint-Lazare, officially Paris-Saint-Lazare, is one of the six large terminus railway stations of Paris. It is the second busiest station in Paris, after the Gare du Nord. It handles 275,000 passengers each day! Watch your luggage. Just like the Metro pickpockets abound. Put...More
This station is very busy on the weekends so take that into account when making plans to visit other parts of France. There was a workers strike that cancelled most trains going to Caen (this seems to happen often). We tried asking information about alternatives,...More
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You want to visit Paris and you do not know what to do with your luggage? With Nannybag, you can find safe luggage storage across the city by entrusting your luggage to local hotels and selected stores. The service is available from €1 per hour so do not hesitate and enjoy your day!