How fast does the RER go?

The RER is a regional express train and is not the same thing as the Paris Metro (Metropolitain) subway system. Tickets within the limits of Paris are interchangeable for metro, bus or RER, and for tram system which is only on the outskirts of the city.

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is the RER the same as the Metro? The RER is a regional express train and is not the same thing as the Paris Metro (Metropolitain) subway system. Tickets within the limits of Paris are interchangeable for metro, bus or RER, and for tram system which is only on the outskirts of the city.

In this regard, is the RER A running?

The RER train network consists of 5 lines that serve Paris and the Paris region (Ile-de-France). Each line has a distinctive colour that is shown on RATP and SNCF signs and maps. RER trains start running at approximately 6am and stop running at around 12.45am every day – including public holidays.

What does RER mean in Paris?

Réseau Express Régional

Can I buy RER tickets in advance?

You can’t buy RER tickets in advance but you also don’t want to wait in line; that line can easily be an hour; been there done that. Buy them from a machine at the RER station.

How do I buy RER tickets in Paris?

You can buy RER tickets from ticket windows and ticket vending machines (Billetterie Ile-de-France) at any Paris Metro station, at large train stations (such as Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord), at RER train stations and Transilien train stations (suburban trains to destinations like Versailles & Fontainebleau).

Can I use a Metro ticket on the RER?

When taking a RER train strictly within central Paris Zone 1 (visible in the first RER Map), you can use basic Paris Metro tickets for travel on the RER. Travel beyond Paris Zone 1 on the RER requires a special ticket: a Billet Ile-de-France.

Do metro tickets work on RER?

You can also make one transfer between Metro and RER (the ticket is valid until you exit a Metro station). The Metro and RER share the same stations, so you don’t need to exit the Metro to transfer to the RER. Once once you’ve passed through one RER turnstile however, your ticket will not allow you to pass a second.

What is the difference between RER and Metro in Paris?

– RER has a few dozen stops in central Paris (most stops are in the surrounding communities), the metro has over 300 stops in central Paris (and only few in the suburbs). – Metro lines are indicated by a number (1 to 14), RER lines have a letter (A, B, C, D, E).

Where does the RER stop in Paris?

RER B – Gare du Nord The RER B train makes its first stop in central Paris at Gare du Nord, famous for being the station for the Eurostar high speed Paris to London train. See the photo tour of Gare du Nord to get a better idea of its layout.

Can I buy RER tickets online?

Only multi-use Paris Metro/RER passes can be purchased online ahead of time. Single use RER tickets such as for the RER B from CDG to Paris, can only be purchased at ticket windows, offices and vending machines within Paris.

Is the RER running in Paris?

RER A Trains between Paris and Disneyland Usually only RER A trains running between Paris and Cergy & Poissy are affected & running at 1/2 frequency during Paris train strike days.

How late do trains run from Disneyland to Paris?

Within central Paris you can think of the RER as just another Metro line. Trains to Disneyland run at 15 minute intervals between about 5.30am and midnight.

Is Disneyland Paris affected by strikes?

No Disneyland Paris services are affected.

What time is the last RER from Disney?

RER A – Paris Disneyland RER A trains leaving Chatelet Les Halles for Disney start at 5:20 in the morning and run every 10 to 30 minutes until the last train departs at 00:36 in the evening, every day of the week.

What time does the RER start running in Paris?

RER trains are slightly less frequent than the Metro lines, but run all day, until 12:30 a.m. The first trains start their morning runs between 5:15 and 5:30 a.m. depending on the line.

What time does the RER open?

Weekdays, the metro operates from 5:30 a.m. to about 1:15 a.m. On Friday and Saturday evenings, as well as on the eve of bank holidays, trains run until about 2:15 a.m. The RER operates daily from 5:30 a.m. to about 1:20 a.m.

Is the RER C line closed?

On the RER C line Between July 15 and August 24, traffic will be interrupted between the Javel/Avenue Henri Martin and Austerlitz stations. The Champs de Mars – Eiffel Tower station will be closed during this period.