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How to go from rue de Lille to the Bastille or Montmartre? How to reach the Défense, Eurodisney or the near outskirts of Paris?
How to reach Lyon, Marseille or Strasbourg ? What train, what plane? How to go home?

The Hôtel d’Orsay, on the rue de Lille, in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, offers a perfectly central and convenient location.
Underground, bus, RER, here are the lines easy to take next to the Hotel, and that allow you to reach any place in Paris and its near outskirts.
We have indicated the main sites of interest that you will find on the lines; you can print the map of the whole line of the bus you  select.

And if you wonder which is the best way to go, ask the reception; the Orsay team knows perfectly well the area and will show you the way.
If you wish a taxi, ask the reception to call for one or to book one in advance.

Look at the map of the Paris underground network

To take the bus, the underground or the RER, the RATP website will help you finding your way around Paris – routes, passes, rates, timetables.

- If you are looking for a train, refer to the SNCF website.

- If you intend to take a plane, you will get all the informations on the ADP website.

Near the Hotel d’Orsay…

The underground stations

Solférino
Line 12 – Direction: Porte de la Chapelle – Serves Concorde, Madeleine,  Saint-Lazare railway station and Abesse (Funicular of Montmartre).

Assemblée Nationale
Line 12 – Direction: Mairie d’Issy – Serves Montparnasse railway station, Parc des Princes
Princes and Parc des Expositions de la Porte de Versailles.

The RER station

Musée d’Orsay
RER C:
North: Argenteuil — Montigny-Beauchamp
West : Versailles Rive gauche(Château de Versailles) — Versailles Chantier — St Quentin en Yvelines — Massy-Palaiseau-TGV — Dourdan la fôret — St Martin d’Etampes

The Buses

Bus 24
Station: Musée d’Orsay – Serves Place de la Concorde, Madeleine.

Station: Quai des Tuileries (after the footbridge Solférino) – Serves the  Pont des Arts, the Pont Neuf, boulevard Saint-Michel, Jardin des Plantes, Austerlitz railway station, Bercy.

Bus 63
Station: Lille-Université – (Bld St-Germain) – (Direction : Porte de la Muette) – Serves the Invalides, Alma Marceau, Iéna, le Trocadéro, the 16th arrondissement.

Station: Lille-Université – Boulevard St-Germain – (Direction: Gare de Lyon) – Serves Saint-Germain-des-Prés, le Quartier latin, le Jardin des Plantes, Austerlitz and Lyon railway stations.

Bus 68
Station: Musée d’Orsay – Dessert le Quartier latin et Montparnasse.

Station: Rue du Bac – Dessert l’Opéra et  Montmartre (Place Blanche et Moulin Rouge).

Bus 69
Station: Musée d’Orsay – Serves the Invalides, the Eiffel Tower.

Station: Pont Royal-Quai Voltaire – Dessert le Châtelet, l’Hôtel de Ville, Saint Paul (Marais), la Bastille, le cimetière du Père Lachaise.

Bus 73
Station: Musée d’Orsay – Serves the Concorde, the Champs-Elysées, Porte Maillot, Pont de Neuilly.

Bus 83
Station: Lille-Université – (Bld St-Germain) – (Direction : Porte. d’Ivry) – Dessert : St-Germain-des-Prés, le Luxembourg, la Place d’Italie.

Station: Lille-Université – Boulevard St-Germain – (Direction: Friedland-Haussmann) – Serves the Invalides, Grand Palais, Petit Palais, Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées.

Bus 84

Station: Lille-Université – Boulevard St-Germain – Serves Saint-Germain-des-Prés – le Luxembourg.

Station: Musée d’Orsay – Dessert la Concorde, la Madeleine, la rue de Courcelles (Parc Monceau).

Bus 94
Station: Lille-Université – Bld St-Germain – (Direction : Gare Montparnasse) – Dessert Saint-Germain-des-Prés, la gare Montparnasse.

Station: Lille-Université – Boulevard St-Germain – (Direction Levallois – Louison Bobet) – Serves the Concorde, Madeleine, boulevard Haussmann, the 17th arrondissement.



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