Total journey time about 1 hour. Total journey time about 90 minutes. Total journey time about 40 minutes. Illuminated signs on the platform will indicate which stops the next train will make. Get off at Chatelet les Halles.
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Total journey time about 1 hour. Total journey time about 90 minutes. Total journey time about 40 minutes. Illuminated signs on the platform will indicate which stops the next train will make.
Get off at Chatelet les Halles. Once on the platform, check the destination boards to make sure that the train you are taking is going to St. Germain en Laye. Destinations appear on the boards just before the trains enter the station. Buy a ticket to Saint Germain en Laye. Once on the platform, make sure you are taking the right direction by checking the destination boards. At Orly aiport you can also buy your ticket at the information counter, where the attendant will direct you to the Orlyval shuttle station inside the airport.
Once on the platform, make sure you are taking the right train by checking the destination boards. Once on the platform, make sure you are taking the right train by checking the destination boards just before the trains enter the station. At Gare de Lyon, buy a ticket to Germain en Laye. Once on the platform, make sure you are taking the right train by checking the destinations boards.
This is about three km by car or two km by the most direct walking route from the RER station. The chateau is clearly shown on the map and will be visible to you the moment you emerge from the station, to assist you to get your bearings. We recommend that you do not attempt this with a suitcase.
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