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Paris Bercy SNCF TGV & Classical Train station

Address and opening hours for Paris Bercy SNCF railway station



45 boulevard de Bercy - 75012 Paris


Monday to Sunday: 5:45am to 11:30pm

Public holiday timetables

Monday to Sunday: 5:45am to 11:30pm


Getting to Paris Bercy railway statio

By public transport

By bus  

The following bus lines serve Paris Bercy station:  

Bus 24 École Vétérinaire de Maisons Alfort <> Gare St Lazare  

Bus 87 Porte de Reuilly <> Champ de Mars  

You can also catch a Noctilien night bus from Paris Gare de Lyon.  


By metro  

You can get to Paris Bercy station on the following metro lines:  

6: Charles de Gaulle Etoile - Nation  

14: Mairie de Saint-Ouen - Olympiades  

By car

Car parks  

Paris Bercy railway station has a car park located at 48 bis boulevard de Bercy. Parking is paid, but it has a free pick-up/drop-off point if you are collecting or dropping someone off.  

It also has free parking for motorbikes/mopeds (parking bay on the bus side) as well as free bike racks in front of the station.  


By taxi  

You can easily take a taxi to Paris Bercy train station. You can also use the taxi rank in front of the station to take you to your accommodation.  

 More information about public transportation for Paris Bercy 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 Bercy station services


Paris Bercy train station has numerous services:


  • Reception area for people with disabilities  

  • Waiting area  

  • Grand Voyageurs Members' Lounge  

  • Cashpoints  

  • Self-service ticket kiosks  

  • Transilien self-service ticket kiosks  

  • Mainline ticket office  

  • Lost & Found: Have you lost an item? Lost & Found is at the customer service area located in the forecourt of the station, near the mainline ticket office  

  • Public piano  

  • Digital jukebox (waiting area R+1)  

  • Table football (ground floor waiting room)  

  • Free Wi-Fi  

  • Photo booth  

  • Self-service hydro-alcoholic gel dispensers  

  • Toilets (Level 0 – waiting area near the ticket kiosks)  

  • Letterboxes: to send your postcards before your train leaves, head to the station's forecourt on the taxi side!  

  • Defibrillator (in front of the ticket office)  


By train to Paris Bercy for a getaway… in the capital!


Planning a shopping trip to the capital with friends, or a visit to the Louvre? You can get to the Louvre in less than 20 minutes thanks to the Metro line 14. Or you can enjoy a stroll along the banks of the Seine to get to the museum, which will take you pass Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral.