Map of Paris Metro

The Paris Metro carries an average of 4,5 million passengers per day and operates with 62 stations, 297 of which provide connections to other lines.


ParisParis Metro, which has become one of the symbols of the city, attracts attention with its stations located in the city center and its architectural structure built by being influenced by Art Nouveau. in total, 211 km length of this rapid transfer system 16 even has.

Metro Lines are numbered from 1 to 14 and there are two smaller lines called 3bis and 7bis. While these were branches of the 3rd and 7th lines, they later turned into independent lines. 86 of the station entrances designed by architect Hector Guimard still maintain their original state today.

Map of Paris Metro

paris metro map
paris metro map

Paris Metro Route

Paris Metro Lines

Line Name Opening Its
renovation
Durak
number
Length stops
1 1. Line 1900 1992 25 16.6 km La Défense ↔ Château de Vincennes
2 2. Line 1900 1903 25 12.3 km Porte Dauphine ↔ Nation
3 3. Line 1904 1971 25 11.7 km Pont de Levallois ↔ Gallieni
3bis 3.bis Line 1971 1971 4 1.3 km Porte des Lilas ↔ Gambetta
4 4. Line 1908 2013 26 10.6 km Porte de Clignancourt ↔ Mairie de Montrouge
5 5. Line 1906 1985 22 14.6 km Bobigny ↔ Place d'Italie
6 6. Line 1909 1942 28 13.6 km Charles de Gaulle - Étoile ↔ Nation
7 7. Line 1910 1987 38 22.4 km La Courneuve ↔ Villejuif / Mairie d'Ivry
7bis 7.bis Line 1967 1967 8 3.1 km Pré Saint Gervais ↔ Louis Blanc
8 8. Line 1913 1974 37 22.1 km Balard ↔ Créteil
9 9. Line 1922 1937 37 19.6 km Pont de Sèvres ↔ Mairie de Montreuil
10 10. Line 1923 1981 23 11.7 km Boulogne ↔ Gare d'Austerlitz
11 11. Line 1935 1937 13 6.3 km Châtelet ↔ Mairie des Lilas
12 12. Line 1910 1934 28 13.9 km Porte de la Chapelle ↔ Mairie d'Issy
13 13. Line 1911 2008 32 24.3 km Châtillon - Montrouge ↔ Saint-Denis / Les Courtilles
14 14. Line 1998 2007 9 9 km Saint-Lazare ↔ Olympiades

Paris Metro Stations

Line 1: La Défense ↔ Château de Vincennes (25 Station)

  1. Esplanade de la Defense
  2. Pont de Neuilly
  3. The Sablon
  4. Porte Maillot
  5. Argentina
  6. charlesdegaull-Etoile
  7. George V
  8. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  9. The Champs-Elysees-Clemenceau
  10. Concord
  11. Tuileries
  12. Palais Royal
  13. Louvre - Rivoli
  14. Chatelet
  15. Hôtel de Ville
  16. St. Paul
  17. Bastille
  18. Gare de Lyon
  19. Reuilly-Diderot
  20. Nation
  21. Saint-Mande
  22. Bérault
  23. Chateau de Vincenne
  24. Place de la Concorde
  25. Concord

Line 2: Porte Dauphine ↔ Nation (25 Station)

  1. Porte Dauphine
  2. Victor Hugo
  3. Charles deGaulle-Etoile
  4. Ternes
  5. Courcelles
  6. Heap
  7. Villiers
  8. Rome
  9. Place de Clichy
  10. Blanche
  11. Pigalle
  12. Antwerp (Funiculaire de Montmartre)
  13. Barbès - Rochechouar
  14. La Chapelle
  15. Stalingrad
  16. Jaurès
  17. Colonel Fabien
  18. Beautiful city
  19. Wreaths
  20. Ménilmontant
  21. Père-Lachaise
  22. Philip Augustus
  23. Alexandre Dumas
  24. the Euro
  25. Nation

Line 3: Pont de Levallois ↔ Gallieni (25 Station)

  1. Pont de Levallois - Becon
  2. Anatole France
  3. Louise Michel
  4. Ternes
  5. Pereire - Marechal Juin
  6. Wagram
  7. Malesherbes
  8. Villiers
  9. Europe
  10. Saint Lazare
  11. Havre - Caumartin
  12. Opera Roissybus
  13. Quatre-Septembre
  14. Exchange
  15. Path
  16. Réaumur - Sebastopol
  17. Arts-et-Metiers
  18. Temple
  19. Republic
  20. Parmentier
  21. Rue Saint-Maur
  22. Père-Lachaise
  23. Gambetta
  24. Porte de Bagnolet
  25. Gallieni

Line 3 Bis: Porte des Lilas ↔ Gambetta (4 Station)

  1. Gambetta
  2. Pelleport
  3. Saint-Fargeau
  4. Port des lilas

Line 4: Porte de Clignancourt ↔ Mairie de Montrouge

  1. Porte de Clignancourt
  2. Simplon
  3. Marcadet - Poissonniers
  4. Chateau rouge
  5. Barbès - Rochechouart
  6. Gare du Nord
  7. Gare de l'Est - Verdun
  8. Chateau d'Eau
  9. Strasbourg - Saint-Denis
  10. Reaumur - Sebastopol
  11. Etienne Marcel
  12. Les Halles
  13. Chatelet
  14. Cite
  15. Saint-Michel
  16. Odeon
  17. Saint Germain des Pres
  18. Saint-Sulpice
  19. Saint-Placide
  20. Montparnasse-Bienvenue
  21. Vavin
  22. Raspail
  23. Denfert-Rochereau
  24. Porte d'orleans
  25. Mairie de Montrouge

Line 5: Bobigny ↔ Place d'Italie

  1. Place d'Italie
  2. Campo Formio
  3. Saint-Marcel
  4. Gare d'Austerlitz
  5. Quai de la Rapee
  6. Bastila
  7. Breguet - Sabin
  8. Richard-Lenoir
  9. Oberkampf
  10. Republic
  11. Jacques Bonsergent
  12. East Railway Station
  13. Gare du Nord
  14. Stalingrad
  15. Jaurés
  16. Laumière
  17. Ourcq
  18. Porte de Pantin - Parc de la Villette
  19. Eglise de Pantin
  20. Bobigny-Pantin-Raymond Queneau
  21. Bobigny - Pablo Picasso

Line 6: Charles de Gaulle - Étoile ↔ Nation

  1. Charles de Gaulle Etoile
  2. Kleber
  3. Boissiere
  4. Trocadero
  5. Passy
  6. Bir-Hakeim
  7. Dupleix
  8. La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle
  9. Cambronne
  10. Sèvres - Lecourbe
  11. Pasteurizer
  12. Montpernasse - B'nue
  13. Edgar Quinet
  14. Raspail
  15. Denfort-Rochereau
  16. Saint - Jacques
  17. glacière
  18. Corvisart
  19. Place d'Italie
  20. National
  21. chevaleret
  22. Station's platform
  23. Bercy
  24. Daumesnil
  25. Bel-Air
  26. Picpus - Courteline
  27. Nation

Line 7: La Courneuve ↔ Villejuif / Mairie d'Ivry (38 Stations)

  1. La Courneuve - 8 Mai 1945
  2. Fort d'Aubervilliers
  3. Aubervilliers-Pantin-Quatre Chemins
  4. Porte de la Villette-Cité des Sciences
  5. Corentin Cariou
  6. Crimea
  7. Riquet
  8. Stalingrad
  9. Louis Blanc
  10. Château-Landon
  11. East Railway Station
  12. Poissonnière
  13. Cadet
  14. Le Peletier
  15. Chausée d'Antin la Fayette
  16. Opera
  17. Pyramides"
  18. Palais Royal / Musée du Louvre
  19. Pont Neuf - La Monnaie
  20. Chatelet
  21. Pont Marie - Cité des Arts
  22. Sully - Morland
  23. Jussieu
  24. Place Monge - Jardin des Plantes
  25. Censier - Daubenton
  26. Les Gobelins
  27. Place d'Italie
  28. Tolbiac
  29. White House
  30. Porte d'italie
  31. Porte de Choisy
  32. Porte d'ivry
  33. Pierre Curie
  34. Mairie d'ivry
  35. Gentilly
  36. Villejuif - Léo Lagrange
  37. Villejuif - Paul Vaillant-Couturier
  38. Villejuif - Louis Aragon

Line 7 Bis: Pré Saint Gervais ↔ Louis Blanc (8 Station)

  1. Louis Blanc
  2. Jaurés
  3. Bolivar
  4. Buttes Chaumont
  5. Botzaris
  6. Place des Fétes
  7. Danube
  8. Pré Saint-Gervais

Line 8: Balard ↔ Créteil

  1. Balard
  2. Lourmel
  3. Boucicaut
  4. Félix Faure
  5. Trade
  6. La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle
  7. Ecole Militaire
  8. La Tour Maubourg
  9. Invalides
  10. Concord
  11. Madeleine
  12. Opera
  13. Ricelike-Drouot
  14. Grands Boulevards
  15. Good News
  16. Strasbourg Saint-Denis
  17. Republic
  18. Filles du Calvaire
  19. Saint-Sébastien - Froissart
  20. Chemin Vert
  21. Bastila
  22. Ledru-Rollin
  23. Faidherbe - Chaligny
  24. Reuilly-Diderot
  25. Montgallet
  26. Daumesnil
  27. Michel Bizot
  28. Porte Dorée
  29. Porte de Charenton
  30. Freedom
  31. Charenton-Ecoles-Pl. Aristide Briand
  32. Ecole Vétérinaire de Maisons-Alfort
  33. Maisons-Alfort - Stade
  34. Maisons-Alfort - Les Juilliottes
  35. Créteil - L'Echat - Hôpital H. Mondor
  36. Créteil - Préfecture - Hôtel de Ville
  37. Créteil - Université
  38. Créteil - Point du Lac

Line 9: Pont de Sèvres ↔ Mairie de Montreuil

  1. Pont de Sèvres
  2. Billancourt
  3. Marcel Sembat
  4. Porte de Saint-Cloud
  5. Exelmans
  6. Michel-Ange-Molitor
  7. Michel-Ange-Auteuil
  8. Jasmine
  9. Ranelagh
  10. The Mute
  11. Rue de la Pompe
  12. Trocadero
  13. Iéna
  14. Alma-Marceau
  15. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  16. Saint-Philippe du Roule
  17. Miromesnil
  18. Saint-Augustin
  19. Havre-Caumartin
  20. Chausée d'Antin la Fayette
  21. Ricelike-Drouot
  22. Grands Boulevards
  23. Bonne-Nouvelle
  24. Strasbourg Saint-Denis
  25. Republic
  26. Oberkampf
  27. Saint-Ambroise
  28. Voltaire
  29. Charonne
  30. Rue des Boulets
  31. Nation
  32. Buzenval
  33. Maraichers
  34. Porte de montreuil
  35. Robespierre
  36. Croix de Chavaux
  37. Mairie de montreuil

Line 10: Boulogne ↔ Gare d'Austerlitz

  1. Boulogne - Pont de Saint-Cloud
  2. Boulogne - Jean Jaurès
  3. Auteuil gate
  4. Michel-Ange-Molitor
  5. Michel-Ange-Auteuil
  6. Eglise d'Auteuil
  7. Chardon-Lagache
  8. Mirabeau
  9. Javel-André Citroen
  10. Charles Michels
  11. Avenue Emile Zola
  12. La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle
  13. Ségur
  14. Duroc
  15. Vaneau
  16. Sevre-Babylone
  17. Mabillon
  18. Odeon
  19. Cluny-La Sorbonne
  20. Maubert - Mutualité
  21. Cardinal Lemoine
  22. Jussieu
  23. Gare d'Austerlitz

Line 11: Châtelet ↔ Mairie des Lilas

  1. Mairie des Lilas
  2. Porte des Lilas
  3. Telegraph
  4. Place de Fétes
  5. Pyrenees
  6. Jourdain
  7. Beautiful city
  8. Goncourt - Hôpital St-Louis
  9. Republic
  10. Arts et Metiers
  11. Rambuteau
  12. Hotel de Ville
  13. Châtelet

Line 12: Porte de la Chapelle ↔ Mairie d'Issy

  1. Porte de la Chapelle
  2. Marx Dormoy
  3. Marcadet-Poissonniers
  4. Jules Joffrin
  5. Lamarck - Caulaincourt
  6. Abbesses
  7. Pigalle
  8. St-Georges
  9. Our Lady of Loretto
  10. Trinité - D'Estienne d'Orves
  11. Saint Lazare
  12. Madeleine
  13. Concord
  14. National Assembly
  15. Solférino
  16. Rue du Bac
  17. Sevre-Babylone
  18. Rennes
  19. Notre-Dame des Champs
  20. Montpernass to-Bienvenue
  21. Falguière
  22. Pasteurizer
  23. Volunteers
  24. Vaugirard - Adolphe Chérioux
  25. convention
  26. Porte de Versailles
  27. Corentin Celton
  28. Mairie d'issy

Line 13: Châtillon - Montrouge ↔ Saint-Denis / Les Courtilles

  1. Châtillon - Montrouge
  2. Malakoff - Rue Etienne Dolet
  3. Malakoff - Plateau de Vanves
  4. Porte de Vanves
  5. Plaisance
  6. Pernety
  7. GaÎté
  8. Montpernass to-Bienvenue
  9. Duroc
  10. Saint-François-Xavier
  11. Varenne
  12. Invalides
  13. Champs-Élysées to Clemenceau
  14. Miromesnil
  15. Saint Lazare
  16. Cork
  17. Place de Clichy
  18. La fourche
  19. Brochant
  20. Porte de Clichy
  21. Mairie de Clichy
  22. Gabriel Péri
  23. Les agnettes
  24. Les Courtilles

Line 14: Saint-Lazare ↔ Olympiades (9 Station)

  1. Saint Lazare
  2. Madeleine
  3. Pyramides"
  4. Châtelet
  5. Gare de Lyon
  6. Bercy
  7. Cour St-Emilion
  8. Bibliothèque Fr. Mitterrand
  9. Olympics

History of Paris Metro

In 1845, Paris, city administration and railway companies were planning to establish an intra-city railway network. Two different views raised during this period caused various discussions and consequently delays. The view that railroad companies accepted was the addition of a new underground network to existing city lines, as London also implemented. On the contrary, the opinion of the city administration was to establish a completely new and independent network that has no connection with the existing line. This conflict between the two sides, which lasted from 1856 to 1890, prevented the construction of the network.

During this period, the rapidly increasing population and the traffic problem in the city of Paris revealed the fact that if the network was not built, these problems would not be overcome, and eventually began construction work in 1986.

The starting line of the Paris Metro was opened with a ceremony in 1900 during the World Exhibition Universal Exhibition. The system expanded very quickly until the outbreak of World War I, and the core of the subway network was completed in 1. The construction of the first extensions to the neighboring suburbs out of the city center was completed in the 1920s. In addition, Line 1930 was completed in this period. After the pause during the automobile age (11-1950), many other suburbs were also included in the lines with extensions.

Technical decisions were made based on the design of the original network, distances between stations, trains with a small number of passenger profiles, and limits that define extensions. Additional carrying capacities, and the growing tramway network, were supported by the Regional Express Network (RER) network created since the 1960s. At the end of the 20th century, however, the Paris Metro opened the fully automated Line 14, to alleviate the burden of Line A of the RER network. Line 14 was the first line opened by Metro, not RER, after 70 years. Special security doors were used to prevent suicide attempts on trains on this line without drivers.

Paris Metro Accidents

The subway network has also witnessed some accidents in the past and present. While 10 people died in the fire that broke out on August 1903, 84, such a disaster was not experienced for a long time with the measures taken. On August 30, 2000, 24 people were slightly injured in Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Station due to a problem with speed and loss of control. Finally, on August 6, 2005, 19 people were injured in a fire caused by a short circuit in a train at Simplon Station.

The company, called the Paris Metropolitan Railway Company (CMP), which operates most of this transport network, is known briefly as Métropolitain. In the first few years, this name was abbreviated as Metro. Today, a public transport company called "Régie autonome des transports parisiens", which operates part of the RER network, as well as the bus and tram lines in Paris and the surrounding suburbs.

Trains operate between 05:00 am and 01:00 am every day of the year at each networked station. As of December 2006, they started to serve until 02:15 on Saturday nights and before the holidays. The stations are planned to be open until 2007:02 on Friday nights as of December 15.

On special occasions such as New Year, the Fête de la Musique or Nuit Blanche (White Night), the network is partially open all night. This is specific only to base stations and lines (1,2,4,6), some stations on RER lines and all stations belonging to the automatic line (14).

Paris Metro Fees

The only ticket used for standard pass is called "t" (ticket). This ticket is valid for 1 hours throughout the Metro and in the 2st district of RER. It can be purchased as a single piece (1.40 Euro) or 10 (Euro 10.90). There are also types of passes that can be used without limit. The pass, which can be found weekly and monthly, is called "Carte Orange" and the daily one is called "Mobilis". In addition to the annual one (Integral), there are also 2-3 or 5-day passes frequently used by visitors to Paris, which are called “Paris Visite”.

Beginning in 2001, the kademeli Navigo Pass ?? will gradually gradually replace carte orange. has been put into service. These are personalized tickets that can be refilled monthly or weekly. Unlike other non-magnetic tickets, these tickets are RFID substructure and contactless smart cards.

Passengers entering the Metro entrances with regular tickets or passages insert their tickets into the machine before entering the turnstile, and then pass the ticket from the machine. This ticket, which they should carry with them during the journey, should be shown to the officials when requested. When using Navigo Pass, it is sufficient to approach the card to the sensor in the turnstile and even when it is brought close enough, the machine does not even have to be removed from the wallet for reading.


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