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Paris Austerlitz SNCF TGV & Classical Train station 

Address and Timetables for Paris Austerlitz SNCF railway station



85 quai d'Austerlitz - 75013 Paris


Monday to Sunday: 4:30am to 1:00am

Public holiday timetables

Monday to Sunday: 4:30am to 1:00am


Getting to Paris Austerlitz train station

By public transport

By bus  

Bus 24 - Panthéon – École Vétérinaire de Maisons-Alfort  

Bus 57 - Arcueil – Laplace RER station – Porte de Bagnolet – Louis Ganne  

Bus 61 - Place d'Italie – Église de Pantin  

Bus 63 - Porte de la Muette – Paris Gare de Lyon  

Bus 89 - Vanves – Malakoff SNCF station – Porte de France  

Bus 91 - Paris Montparnasse 2 TGV station – Paris Gare du Nord  

Bus 215 - Paris Austerlitz – Vincennes RER station – République 


By metro  

L.5 - Bobigny Pablo Picasso – Place d'Italie  

L.10 - Boulogne Pont de Saint-Cloud – Paris Gare d'Austerlitz  

Access to the railway station's metro is on the “Boulevard de l'Hôpital” side and on the “Quai d'Austerlitz” side  


By RER (regional train network)  

RER C - Pontoise / Versailles Rive Gauche / Saint-Quentin en Yvelines – Massy Palaiseau / Dourdan la Forêt / Saint Martin d 'Etampes / Versailles Chantiers  
The RER C railway station is located on Level -1  


By intercity coach – Noctilien  

N 01 - Internal Circular - Gare de l 'Est, Gare Saint Lazare, Gare de Lyon, Gare Montparnasse  

N 01 - External Circular - Gare de l 'Est, Gare Saint Lazare, Gare de Lyon, Gare Montparnasse  

N 31 - Gare de Lyon - Orly Airport  

N 131 - Paris Gare de Lyon - Brétigny sur Orge RER station  

N 133 - Paris Gare de Lyon - Juvisy RER station  

N131 - N133 > stops are on Quai d'Austerlitz  

N01-N02-N31 > stops are on Boulevard de l'Hôpital  

By car


Paris Austerlitz train station has free parking for motorcycles, scooters and bicycles located on Cour Muséum, 7Bis boulevard de l'hôpital and Cour Seine, 85 d'Austerlitz. 

There is a car park on 85 Quai d'Austerlitz. It is a paid car park but it does allow pick-ups/drop-offs that are free for the first 5 minutes. 

ZIPCAR operates a paid car-sharing service: self-service cars are available 24/7. This car park is located outside on Cour Museum, 7 bis boulevard de l'Hôpital. 


By taxi 

You can easily take a taxi to Paris Austerlitz train station. You can also use the taxi rank at the Quai d'Austerlitz exit (Cour Seine) to take you to your accommodation. 

More information about public transportation for Paris Austerlitz station


However, you decide to get to the SNCF railway station, we recommend you check how long the journey will take so that you arrive 30 minutes before your train's scheduled departure. Train doors close 5 minutes before departure. 

If you miss your train, your ticket cannot be exchanged or refunded. 



Paris Austerlitz train station services


Numerous services are available in Paris Austerlitz railway station: 


  • Reception area for people with disabilities  

  • Jeune Voyageur (unaccompanied minors) reception area  

  • Waiting area  

  • Automatic left luggage service  

  • Regional train ticket kiosk 

  • Self-service ticket kiosks  

  • Transilien self-service ticket kiosks  

  • Ile-de-France sales  

  • Group meeting point: towards platforms 1 to 5  

  • SNCF mainline ticket office  

  • Lost & Found: Have you lost an item? Lost & Found is located opposite platforms 1 to 5  

  • Wi-Fi  

  • Photo booth  

  • Photo printing terminal  

  • Photocopies  

  • Short story distributor located in the co-working space near platforms 1 to 7, Hall Seine, Quai d'Austerlitz exit side  

  • Hydro-alcoholic gel dispensers  

  • Nursery  

  • Toilets  

  • Letterbox  

  • Point Relais parcel pick-up point  

  • Defibrillators  


By train from Paris Austerlitz… towards the Centre - Val de Loire region! 


History-lovers can hop on a OUIGO Classical train and follow in the footsteps of Joan of Arc to Orléans, where you can visit the Cathedral of Sainte-Croix d'Orléans, a Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral.  

Fancy an eco-friendly “royal” weekend? Head to Blois for a bike ride along the banks of the Loire, home to the region's UNESCO-classified World Heritage Site castles: Blois, Chambord… and why not hop on a local RER train to Tours and visit the castles of Ussé, Chenonceau, Azay-le-Rideau…