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The Gare du Nord district
Opening on Europe and change of scenery
Gare du Nord: heading to Europe
The largest railway station in the capital and the first railway station in Europe connects Paris to many neighboring countries: the United Kingdom (London) with Eurostar, Germany (Cologne), the Netherlands (Amsterdam ) and Belgium (Brussels) with Thalys. As well as the North of France, including the cities of Lille, Calais and Dunkirk.
Inaugurated for the first time in 1846, the station went through a new period of work in 1861 under the direction of Jacques-Ignace Hittorff. The architect then ordered 23 statues to famous Parisian sculptors to dress the building's facade and represent the cities served by the train. The neoclassical building is now listed as a historic monument.
An impressive public transport network links the train station to all the places of Paris: 3 RER lines (B, D & E), 3 subway lines, 12 bus lines and 7 Noctilien lines.
Travel to the east and change of scenery
In the heart of the 10th district discover the Passage Brady or Little India and discover the flavors of India and Pakistan.
Access the covered passage from the Faubourg Saint-Denis or from the Boulevard de Strasbourg and let yourself be carried away by the smells of spices and incense emanating from the shops.