Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

RER B Paris-CDG by train

RER B suburban trains operate from Charles de Gaulle airport through the centre of Paris.
Trains also serve Paris Nord Villepinte Expo, Le Bourget, Stade de France, Orly airport via Antony.

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Schedule

Trains run every day, including public holidays, from around 05:00 to midnight
with departures every 6 to 15 minutes.

Average journey time between CDG airport and Paris-Gare du Nord is 35 minutes.

Tickets

The single journey fare CDG ↔ Paris costs €10,30.
Tickets can be purchased at any Metro-RER stations, airport included.

Paris Visite travelcard (zones 1-5) or Navigo pass (zones 1-5) can be used.

The RER ticket allows you to transfer onto the Metro if necessary.
Please note that standard Ticket t+ is not accepted.
To avoid paying a penalty fare you must purchase a valid ticket for your journey.

Directions

Journey to Paris

All RER B trains call at Paris whatever their destination.
The first stop in Paris is Gare de Nord, other stations served are Chatelet-Les Halles, St. Michel-Notre Dame, Luxembourg, Port Royal, Denfert Rochereau and Cité Universitaire.

Journey to CDG airport

Please check your destination with platform information screens…
Board RER B trains bound to Aéroport Ch. de Gaulle 2, some trains split off for another suburb.

Where to catch trains

There are two train stations for RER B at Charles de Gaulle airport :

Terminal 1 & 3

Use the station named Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1.
A few minutes walk from terminal 3.
Passengers travelling to terminal 1 should change on to the CDGVAL light rail.

Terminal 2

Use the station named Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 station.
A few minutes walk from terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F ; by shuttle bus from terminal 2G.