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By car
The main autoroutes are the A1 and A3 to the north, A5 and A6 to the south, A4 to the east and A13 and A10 to the west. The Périphérique, is a ring road around the centre of Paris.

By train
Gare d'Austerlitz , (13th), Métro: Gare d'Austerlitz - regular trains from the centre and southwest of France, Spain and Portugal.

Gare de l'Est , (10th), Métro: Gare de l'Est - trains to and from Eastern Europe.

Gare de Lyon , (12th), Métro: Gare de Lyon - regular and TGV trains to and from Southern and eastern France : Marseille, Lyon, Dijon , Switzerland : Geneva , Lausanne and Italy .

Gare du Nord , (10th), Métro: Gare du Nord - TGV trains to and from Belgium and the Netherlands , and the United Kingdom.

Gare St Lazare , (8th) Métro: St-Lazare - trains to and from Basse-Normandie, Haute-Normandie.

Gare Montparnasse , (15th), Métro: Montparnasse-Bienvenue - trains to and from the west and south-west of France ( Nantes , Bordeaux , Toulouse , Brest).

By air
Roissy- Charles de Gaulle International Airport
Roissy CDG is the main airport and is to the north east of Paris. Trains connect to Paris from the airport. Air France operates shuttles between Charles de Gaulle and Paris, Orly and Paris, and between the two airports.

Orly International Airport
To the south west of Paris. Trains connect to the city centre.

Aéroport de Paris Beauvais Tillé is a small regional airport is used by some low-cost carriers. There is no train to the airport but there is a bus shuttle service to Métro at Porte Maillot station.

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