Europe Liege Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

8, rue de Moscou, 08 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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Rated 33% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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paris gare de lyon to gare du nord

by arnyt2

Does anyone know the quickest route from these stations. I am travelling with my husband to Interlaken and have been told that the train on the return journey will arrive at gare de lyon and we need to catch the eurostar at gare du nord. Any ideas on how to make the connection Thanks

Re: paris gare de lyon to gare du nord

by Greggor58

I did this transfer last April and I simply used a cab..the cost was minimal and I detoured the driver up to the Eiffel Tower before dropping me at Gare Du Nord.The distance between the two stations is not far at could use the Metro also...its connected to the Gare De Lyon..

Re: paris gare de lyon to gare du nord

by johngayton

Quickest is the RER. It's only 2 stops on the green (D4) line and trains are pretty frequent. RER Map -

Re: paris gare de lyon to gare du nord

by Suet

My Cab trip cost me only 8 euros, about 20 mins. If you have luggage dont faff around! you can take the train but the lumping around is not worth it.

Travel Tips for Paris

Night Walks Along the Seine

by Canadian_Traveler

If you only have one night in Paris, be sure to take a walk along the Seine (and if you're there for a week, you'll likely do it every night). You'll understand why it's called the City of Lights. It really is beautiful and remarkably peaceful (in Nov. anyway). It's a really nice way to unwind if you spent the day scrambling to see the many wonderful sites of Paris.

The cathedral interior

by Sharrie

The cathedral interior was ransacked during the revolution & all that remains are the choir stalls & a few memorial slabs. Other highlights include Emmanuel bell & 1730 organ.

Climb the 386 steps towers for a fantastic view of the city & a close-up on the gargoyles or walk around the cathedral for a view of its extravagant flying buttresses.

Go to the Sacre Coeur. A...

by houba

Go to the Sacre Coeur. A Roman-Byzantine church. It is build as penance for the revolt of the Commune in 1871 and the defeat agains the German in that same year. The white color comes from the Chateau-Landonstone which becomes harder and whiter with the years. The architect of the Sacre Coeur is Paul Abadie. In front of the Sacre Coeur you find the Scare Villette; the white stairs where you have a marvelous vieuw on the lower city.


by ForestqueenNYC

This is amazingly important. Whether you are entering a shop, restaurant, the bus, etc. the French are offended if you do not say bon jour, bon soir or whatever depending on the time of day. It is equally important to say au revoir and bonne journee or bonne soiree and merci when leaving or exiting. You will be amazed at how appreciated this is.

Packing List

by nvg

The most important thing that you need to bring is a working brain. This is as simple as having a bit of common sense, Paris
is about as dangerous as any big EUROPEAN city. Be as
alert as you are in everyday life. Many people are extra relaxed on their vacation. These
tourists are easy victims be cause they let their guard down. Crowds and distractions are a devil's playground for pickpockets and thieves. If you're watching a show...make sure
that your handbags, wallets and photo equipment handbag is in front of you or in front ockets...not dangling over your shoulder or sticking out of a back pocket. Take good walking shoes. Most attractions can be reached by bus and metro and some are close to each other accessible by a quick hike. Don't forget that the city is built on 7 hills. It's not flat terrain like most are used to.
:) Just a hint: If you have a mini fold up stool...BRING IT! Often you can take better pictures if you can stand slightly higher than the people around you. It gives a great view and a better picture.


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 Europe Liege Hotel

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Address: 8, rue de Moscou, 08 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France