MetroLine 10

Metro Line 10

Gare d'Austerlitz

Boulogne – Pont de Saint Cloud

Connect Boulogne to Gare d'Austerlitz by taking line 10 in less than 40 minutes on average! It is the 3rd least crowded line on the Paris metro. Put into service in 1923, its route has evolved significantly, giving up a section to line 13, using part of line 7, and finally utilizing the western section of line 8. A portion of line 10 is circular with a starting and ending point at Boulogne Jean Jaurès. This loop serves the western stations of Paris, including Michel-Ange Molitor, Chardon Lagache, Mirabeau, Javel-André Citroën, Église d'Auteuil, Michel-Ange Auteuil, and Porte d'Auteuil.

Completely underground, metro line 10 has 23 active stations and the Croix-Rouge station, known as the "ghost" station, as it has been closed since 1939. Among the busiest metro stations on line 10 are the departure and terminus stops, as well as La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle, Odéon, Sèvres-Babylone, Jussieu, and Duroc. Along the route, you can make connections with metro lines 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, and 13, RER B and C, as well as tram T2.

Getting around Paris with metro line 10

The Paris metro line 10 crosses the capital from the center to the west, on the left bank. Although it is not the busiest line on the network, it allows you to reach many important places and landmarks in Paris.

For example, get off at the Gare d'Austerlitz stop to take advantage of numerous connections between metro line 10 and metro line 5, RER C, mainline trains, Intercités, TER Centre-Val de Loire, and the many bus lines serving the station. The numerous trains provide easy access to the Île-de-France region and all corners of the country. With more than a dozen possible connections by bus and Noctilien, metro line 10 also facilitates your travel within Paris and the surrounding suburbs. Are you exploring Paris on foot? From the station, you can easily reach the Jardin des Plantes, the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle, and the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in just a few minutes.

The Jussieu stop gives you access to the Pierre et Marie Curie campus of the Sorbonne and the Arènes de Lutèce. The Cluny - La Sorbonne station allows you to reach Charles de Gaulle Airport via RER B, or walk to the Latin Quarter to arrive at the Sorbonne or the Musée de Cluny in just moments.

You can discover must-see places in Paris along the entire metro line 10: the Palais du Luxembourg via the Odéon station, Necker Hospital via Duroc, the Parc André-Citroën by getting off at Javel, or the Bois de Boulogne at the Boulogne - Jean Jaurès station. Also note that you can easily access the Parc de Saint-Cloud via the bridge of the same name, from the Boulogne Pont de Saint-Cloud station.

If you are visiting Paris, don't hesitate to get off at La Motte-Picquet - Grenelle on metro line 10. You can reach the Champ-de-Mars and walk to the Eiffel Tower in just 10 minutes!

Finally, the Porte d'Auteuil is also a remarkable stop on the Paris metro line 10. This gateway to the suburbs of Paris gives you access to the Petite Ceinture park in the 16th arrondissement, as well as some of the top sports venues in France: the Roland-Garros Stadium, the Parc des Princes, and the Stade Jean-Bouin.

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1923Start of Service
39MYearly travelers
106 850Validated tickets per day

Accessibility of metro line 10

The guide for all stations on line 10, downloadable below, allows you to find information about accessibility, services, and facilities adapted to different types of disabilities for each station.

To assist you in your journey, you can also refer to these two guides for an easier trip:

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many stations are there on metro line 10?

    There are 23 stations on metro line 10.

  • How many metro stations are there in Paris?

    In November 2022, there are 308 metro stations in Paris and the surrounding suburbs.

  • How to buy a metro ticket online?

    You can buy your tickets directly from the Bonjour RATP application in the "Tickets" section. To do this, you must first download the application from the App Store or the Google Play Store.

  • What time does the first metro train run?

    The first metro train departs from the terminus at around 5:30 am. The average time between two stations is 2 minutes.

  • What time does the last metro train run?

    From Sunday to Thursday, the last metro train arrives at the terminus at around 1:15 am. On Fridays, Saturdays, and the eve of holidays, the last metro train arrives no later than 2:15 am.

  • Lost items: how does it work?

    Have you lost an item? RATP offers you the possibility to report its loss in order to find it.

    In both cases, you are asked to describe the lost item (type, color, brand) and provide your contact information. If the item is found, you will be notified by SMS or email, depending on the contact method you have declared.

    Coming soon: you will be able to have the found item delivered to you (shipping service at your expense, subject to the eligibility criteria of the item for handling by the carrier Chronopost, in accordance with the general shipping conditions).