The Gare Saint-Lazare, built in 1837 during the reign of Louis-Philippe I, was the first railway station in the Île-de-France! It has been listed as an Historical Monument since 1984...
When passing through the Gare Saint-Lazare, be sure not to miss its truly remarkable façades, roofs, decorative windows and departure lounge!
From ornamental windows dating back to 1930 to eclectic works of art installed throughout the station, heighten your artistic senses!
The famous painter Claude Monet is one of the Gare Saint-Lazare's greatest ambassadors! His passion for locations gave rise to twelve iconic works of art.
From the suburbs of Paris to New York, via Normandy and London, the first station in the Île-de-France really opened up the region to the world!
Conveniently located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the Gare Saint-Lazare is very close to the major tourist attractions in the capital!
Situated in the former concourse, the Gare Saint-Lazare shopping centre boasts 80 boutiques and restaurants flooded by natural light.