Paris Gare Du Nord train station is located in the middle of Paris, this elegant station is just a short stop from some of the city’s top attractions, including Montmartre, Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Notre Dame de Paris and Centre Pompidou. You can get to the train station from London, Frankfurt, Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne.
HolidayTaxis provide a variety of transfer options from/to Paris Gare Du Nord train station to your private residence, hotel or airport. You can choose our private taxi transfer or minibus services. When you pre-book our Paris Gare Du Nord train station transfer our driver will be waiting for you at the Arrival meeting point, holding a sign with your name displayed. Your booking confirmation will include all the information you need: a phone number for our 24/7 customer service, a phone number of your driver and the meeting point location.
Transfer costs from Paris Gare Du Nord train station to the city centre start from £20 for up to 3 people. If you would like to see prices and a complete list of options available for your transfers from/to Paris Gare Du Nord train station, fill in the form at the top of this page.
Gare Du Nord has a Eurostar departure lounge, once you you’re checked in, you’ll find: cafes, shops, newsagent and a bureau de change. You can get free wi-fi for 20 minutes. There is also a Business Premier lounge, where you’ll find: spacious meeting and seating areas, free wi-fi, a selection of snacks and drinks, a range of newspapers & magazines and power sockets.
There are other trains operating from this station such as: high speed trains TGV and Thalys, and regional and intercity trains. The station offers all standard services: a tourism office, newsagents, restaurants, a lounge, a lost & found, car parking, luggage storage and ATMs.
There are lots of popular attractions located close to the Gare Du Nord: Sacré-Coeur Basilica is only a short walk, situated in a hilltop position in Montmartre. Here you’ll see the most spectacular views of Paris. Once you are in Montmartre you can enjoy magnificent portraits on easels set up outdoors in Place du Tertre. Then you can pause in the local cafes and try the city’s signature onion soup. Notre Dame de Paris is just a 17-minute trip from the station, where you can enjoy the stunning Gothic architecture. If you still have energy to see more attractions and love contemporary art museums, the Centre Pompidou is just 20 minutes away.