RER station Chatelet

RER trains

The RER train network connects Paris center with the suburbs including the airports and Disneyland Paris. Compared with the metro, the RER trains make fewer stops and drive mainly outside through the city. There are 5 RER lines (A, B, C, D and E). The RER trains and metro’s make often a stop at the same station which makes it easy to use them.


Line B rides through Paris center (along the Notre Dame, Chatelet-Les Halles and Gare du Nord) to the airports. Line B consist of several parts (B2, B3, B4 and B5). One of the end stations of RER line B is the train station at Charles de Gaulle Airport.

RER B stations

Below are the stops of RER B line between Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris city and station Antony (the stop to Orly Airport)
– Aeroport Charles de Gaulle 2-TGV
– Aeroport Charles de Gaulle 1
– Parc des Expositions (exhibition centre with major events)
– Villepinte
– Sevran – Beaudottes
– Aulnay-sous-Bois
– Le Blanc – Mesnil
– Drancy
– Le Bourget (airport for small jets and air shows)
– La Courneuve – Aubervilliers
– La Plaine – Stade de France (large stadium for 80.000 people)
– Gare Du Nord (main railway station in Paris)
– Chatelet – Les Halles (major RER station)
– Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame (close to Notre Dame cathedral)
– Luxembourg
– Port-Royal
– Denfert-Rochereau
– Cite Universitaire
– Gentilly
– Laplace
– Arcueil – Cachan
– Bagneux
– Bourg-la-Reine
– Parc de Sceaux
– La Croix de Berny
– Antony (the stop from/to Orly Airport)