Travel and transportation

How to reach Paris

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Roissy-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) is the city’s principal airport, located 25km northeast of Paris.

Paris-Orly, the city’s secondary airport, is located 13km south of Paris.
Combined, these airports offer direct and connecting flights to most international destinations.

icone_train.pngBy train
Several train stations serve different international destinations:

  • - Gare du Nord: UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany
  • - Gare de l’Est: Luxembourg, Germany
  • - Gare de Lyon: Switzerland, Italy, Spain

These and other stations (Gare Montparnasse, Gare Saint Lazare, Gare d’Austerlitz, and Gare de Bercy) serve different locations all over France.


How to reach Campus Jussieu

icone_taxi.pngBy taxi

Metered taxis are available at taxi ranks outside train stations or by reservation (reservation supplement applicable). The standing pick-up charge is €2.60 and the minimum fare, including supplements, is €7.00. Be prepared to pay in cash; drivers who can accept credit or debit cards will have signs displayed on the windows.
> For more information

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L7.jpgL7.jpg Metro lines 7 & 10: Jussieu metro station

L67.JPGL89.JPG Buses 67 & 89: Jussieu bus stop

> Visit the website of RATP

icone_marche.pngBy foot

Walking from Gare de Lyon to Campus Jussieu takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes.