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train line closed

Hello to all,

I read in a past forum that line 1 from CDG will be closed. I checked the RAT planner for the 21 of April if I understood it well I won't have a problem reaching my hotel which is Ibis Styles Asnieres Centre at 10 Bis Rue Du Château Asnières, 92600. Is it true?

thank you in advance

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1. Re: train line closed

The Paris "metro" does not go to Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG).

Metro line 1 does go to Charles de Gaulle / Etoile *metro station*.

What was your planned route for traveling from CDG to Asnières?

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2. Re: train line closed

Line 1 is a métro line, which is closed for renovation for a couple of days between Châtelet and Charles de Gaulle-Etoile (NOT the airport)

You need to take a train from Gare Saint-Lazare when you get into the city. Probably best to get the RER B from the airport to Gare du Nord and then a taxi to Saint-Lazare.

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3. Re: train line closed

I thought Charles de Gaulle airport and Charles de Gaulle / Etoile was the same. sory

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4. Re: train line closed

the RAT planner is:

CDG to gare du nord

from magenta to haussmann saint lazare

walk 5 min to gare sait lazare

sncf L to asnieres

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5. Re: train line closed

That sounds fine to me. You get RER E from Magenta to Haussmann- Saint-Lazare. Your ticket from the airport is good for this journey, but not for the train journey afterwards. Have a look at the plan :;

http://www.ratp.fr/plan-interactif/

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6. Re: train line closed

we will have the Navigo Decouverte card 1-5 zones

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7. Re: train line closed

You should be fine. The Navigo Decouverte makes life so much easier.

(BTW, we enjoyed our time in your lovely city Christmas before last and cannot wait to go back, hoping to do so within the next two years).

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