Travel and transportation

How to reach Paris

icone_avion.pngBy plane
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.

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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 Pierre and Marie Curie (Jussieu Campus), Sorbonne University

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

icone_metro.pngBy public transport

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

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

icone_metro.pngBy public transport from the Airports
 

- Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport: RER B to Paris Gare du Nord > Metro line 4 to Châtelet  > Metro line 7 to Jussieu 

- Orly: Orly bus to Denfert-Rochereau > Metro line 4 to Odéon > Metro line 10 to Jussieu

 

> Visit the website of RATP

icone_marche.pngBy foot

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