MetroLine 3

Metro Line 3

Pont de Levallois – Becon


Line 3 allows you to travel from Pont de Levallois - Bécon station to Gallieni. Discovering the Sentier district, the Père Lachaise cemetery, the Bagnolet Park, or the Opera district is possible with line 3. Whether you are going to a trade show organized at Porte de Champerret, visiting the Jean-Jacques Henner National Museum, the Arts et Métiers Museum, strolling in front of the department store windows, or exploring the famous Place de la République, metro line 3 serves all these iconic places in Paris: a total of 25 stations, including Gare Saint-Lazare.

When it was first opened in 1904, metro line 3 initially connected Villiers to Père Lachaise. It has been extended several times and now connects Levallois-Perret to Bagnolet. In 1971, the section between Gambetta and Porte des Lilas was removed to create line 3bis.

Line 3 allows connections to almost all other lines in the network, including RER A, C, and E, Transilien J and L, tram T3b, and the RoissyBus shuttle.

Did you know? The walls of Réaumur - Sébastopol station display newspaper headlines from World War II.

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Metro line 3 stations

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1904Start of Service
81MYearly travelers
221 918Validated tickets per day

Accessibility of metro line 3

The guide for all stations on line 3, 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 3?

    There are 25 stations on metro line 3.

  • 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).