Transilien Station 
Gare Montparnasse

TransilienLine N

Paris Montparnasse station is served by several TGV and TER lines.

Gare Montparnasse is a train station served by Transilien line N, located in Paris 15e. You can make connections here with metro lines 4, 6, 12 and 13, bus lines 28, 58, 82, 88, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95 and 96 and Noctilien lines N01, N02, N12, N13, N61, N62, N63, N66 and N145.

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Services and Shops

Services
  • Navigo Contact Point
  • Photo Booth
Shops
  • Beauté - Bien être
    (1)
  • Alimentation - Restauration
    (4)
  • Services
    (1)
  • Mode & Accessoire
    (1)

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Access, entrances, exits and addresses

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Neighborhood map around the train station Gare Montparnasse
  • Boulevard Vaugirard
  • 1Porte Océane
  • 2Place Bienvenüe
  • 4Tour Montparnasse
  • 5Boulevard du Montparnasse
  • 6Rue d'Odessa
  • 7Rue du Départ
  • 8Rue de Rennes

Bus stops

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Illustration of the train station Gare Montparnasse

A long history

The Paris Montparnasse Transilien Station allows you to quickly reach Hauts-de-Seine and Yvelines thanks to the Transilien N line. It is connected to a section of 'Main Lines' and TER, making Montparnasse Station the fourth largest station in France. On the day of its inauguration, the Paris Montparnasse station was far from what it is today! In 1840, the station was a small building with one platform and two main tracks, located at the Barrière du Maine. It was later expanded to become the 'Gare de l'Ouest' on the left bank, and then the 'Gare de Maine'. The current Paris Montparnasse station was built in 1969, a few hundred meters away. The departure and arrival streets surrounding the shopping center and the Montparnasse Tower are reminders of the past and the old system of boarding and disembarking trains.

Stations on the same line

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I find out which RATP stations and stops are accessible to wheelchair users?

    For the RER, the 65 stations operated by RATP are accessible to people with reduced mobility (PMR) and are equipped with elevators to the platforms. All bus lines in Paris are accessible to wheelchair users, as well as line 14 of the metro.

  • How can I download the Bonjour RATP application?

    You can download the Bonjour RATP application by following the links on the Bonjour RATP website or from your phone's app store (Google Play for Android phones and the App Store for iPhones).

  • How long is a Ticket t+ valid for the metro, bus, RER, or tram?

    The Ticket t+ is valid on all metro lines, as well as trams, buses, and RER trains operating within Paris. It costs 1.90€ per unit. In the metro or RER, it is valid for 1 hour and 30 minutes without exiting. On the bus or tram, a single Ticket t+ is valid for the entire journey. It allows transfers between buses and/or trams for 1 hour and 30 minutes from the first validation.