There is widespread community transmission globally.
Some travel restrictions are being lifted in France. For the latest travel status, please check the official page for France.
Yes, there is a direct train departing from Paris Gare De Lyon and arriving at Chatelet Les Halles. Services depart every five minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 2 min.More details
The distance between Gare de Lyon (Paris Métro) and Les Halles (Station) is 3 km.
Gare de Lyon (Paris Métro) to Les Halles (Station) train services, operated by Paris RER, depart from Paris Gare De Lyon station.More details
Gare de Lyon (Paris Métro) to Les Halles (Station) train services, operated by Paris RER, arrive at Chatelet Les Halles station.More details
There are 19767+ hotels available in Les Halles (Station). Prices start at 87€ per night.More details
The Réseau Express Régional (RER) has 5 lines that connect central Paris to the city suburbs, including notable destinations such as Charles de Gaulle airport, Disneyland Paris and Versailles. The RER is also a great option for getting around the city centre as it operates like an express subway train (like the Paris metro, but with fewer stops). If you’re travelling solely within central Paris Zone 1, you can use a Paris Metro ticket. If you’re travelling beyond Zone 1, you’ll need to purchase a Billet Ile-de-France. Children under 4 travel free on the RER.
Transilien is a suburban rail network operated by SNCF that departs from major Paris train stations and connects the Ile de France region. Transilien operates the following lines: RER A, B, C, D, and E; Transilien trains H, J, K, L, N, P, R and U; Tram 4 and 11 Express; and the Noctilien night bus. Tickets and passes can be purchased from ‘Ile-de-France’ ticket machines and desks in train, Metro and RER stations.
Compare your options: plane, train, bus, car, ferry, bike share, driving and walking directions all in one search.Learn more about our apps