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Questions about how to get from CDG airport to Anvers Station

Questions about how to get from CDG airport to Anvers Station

May 14th, 2009, 09:27 PM
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Questions about how to get from CDG airport to Anvers Station

Hi! I am going to be visiting Paris soon and have a few questions in regards to travel. I am not use to traveling by bus, metro, or any form of train so I want to make sure I know what to do and where I am going. I fly into CDG airport and my destination is Anvers Station. I believe I have to take the RER B to Gare du Nord and then switch to the Metro to get to Anvers. Is the transition simple in getting off the RER B and onto the Metro? Also, once I get on the Metro are any stops at any stations that I have to get off and then get on to reach Anvers station? Is that a simple and easy process? I am planning on purchasing a Carnet ticket, since I will only be in Paris for two days. Does that sound like a good ticket to purchase?

I appreciate any help that could be given. Thanks.
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May 14th, 2009, 11:02 PM
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If you do not have too much luggage, the best solution is to take RER B to Gare du Nord as you stated, then take the metro to Anvers. In Gare du Nord, check and find the connection (Correspondance) toward line 2. You will then walk in a fairly long corridor and arrive in "La Chapelle" metro station. Take the direction of "Porte Dauphine" and you arrive in Anvers after 2 or 3 stations.


Concerning the tickets, the one you buy in CDG is valid until you exit the RER + metro system, i.e. you do not need to buy a second one in Gare du Nord. For your 2 days in Paris a carnet (a set of 10 individual tickets) is a good solution
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May 15th, 2009, 02:56 AM
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To save some walking at Gare du Nord, try to determine which end is the back of the train at CDG and sit there. The connection to metro line 2 at La Chapelle is at the end of the train.

There are escalators after the long corridor, then a flight of about 12 steps and then more escalators to get up to the elevated La Chapelle station.
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May 15th, 2009, 09:39 AM
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Thanks for the help! I appreciate it.
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