Train Stuttgart → ParisFrom ₹ 2,360
- Departure station : Stuttgart hbf (Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof 70173 Stuttgart)
- Arrival station : Paris nord (112, rue de Maubeuge 75010 Paris)
Paris est (Place du 11 novembre 1918 75475 Paris)
Main stations in Stuttgart and Paris
Paris Gare de l’Est Train Station
Address: Place du 11 novembre 1918 75475 ParisOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5am to 1am
Saturday and Sunday: 5am to 1am
Public holidays: 5am to 1am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High Speed trains and Regional trains
SNCF rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons, Car Parking, Lockers, Wheelchairs and boarding ramps, Business lounges & waiting rooms, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Places to eat in the station, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Paris Gare du Nord Train Station
Address: 112, rue de Maubeuge 75010 ParisOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 4:30 am to 1am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV, Eurostar, and Thalys), Regional trains, Intercity trains
SNCF rail agents, Tourism office, Newsagents, Lounge, Lost and found, Car parking, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Currency exchange, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Stuttgart and Paris
Stuttgart, nature lovers will love this city!
Get used to the local Schwäbisch German dialect and mounds of tiny Spätzle dumplings in industrial Stuttgart, birthplace of the motorbike. Cycle along the vineyard-lined River Neckar then crank it up a gear at the Mercedes-Benz factory.
Paris, the capital of France
One of the world’s greatest cities, Paris! The capital of France is also known as the City of Light. This enchanting city, at the crossroads of cultures, is the capital of fashion and home to world highlights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Avenue des Champs Elysées, to name but a few. In terms of architectural beauty, art history, events, gastronomy and sheer extravagance, Paris is a milestone ahead of any other city on earth. Paris has one of the world’s most extensive public transport systems. You can take a taxi if you are not much of an adventurer, but that would be a pity! Metro (subway or underground), buses and city bicycles are much more fun and are very easy to use, even for beginners.
Reviews & ratings Stuttgart - Paris
We were three and the chairs were not beside each other
Very convenient to arrive in the middle of Paris in stead of arriving in CDG or Orly. Only bad thing was that Stuttgart central station currently is undergoing heavy modifications which resulted in a 30 minutes delay.
A huge family group with 3 babies was next compartment. Long travel with baby's crying without nothing change at seat consecutively was painful for a single passenger even if it's fist class.
I travelled from Stuttgart to Paris and return during the weekend. Everything went very well even though I find unacceptable the total absence of a decent space for luggages. The space above the seats is almost useless, there's not enough space even for a little backpack. The rest of the space is ablsutely not enough, with lots of people that is required to put their luggages in the corridor or in a seat if it is free. As the train is expensive, this defect is totally unacceptable. Please give a look to Spanish or Italian hi-speed trains for understanding how to build a decent one. Second and last thing: in Stuttgart the train did not have the numbers of the wagons, so it was a mess understanding where to jump (the number was available only very few wagons, attached with a piece of paper, so I had to do my simple maths for calculating where to go). Unacceptable 2. Please note that when I say that the train is expensive I am comparing it with the Italian fares (at least 35% lower).
the train was convenient, the staff was awesome and very helpful and attentive. I enjoyed the trip except for a couple of young kids between 15 and 17 years old, traveling in the same wagon and behaiving really ridiculous and being very annoying, for a 1st Class wagon it was disappointing
It will be much better if all the seats can be orientated in such a way that all of them are always facing the same direction as the train moving. Personally, I find it very weird to be back facing the training moving direction for all my trip so far. thanks.
first time riding on this train and it was a great experience...just wish there was WIFI.
the seats are comfortable and there is not much noise during the whole journey. there is enough support from the reception in Paris.
It was just perfect deal and very good experience ..and sure I will do it again soon. .thanks Raileurope
It was a nice trip! The train hit 319kmph. Throughout the yellow-green grass terrain. I had not much space for the baggage in the train. The check-in was very easy and not much crowd at the train stations. I was once asked to present the visa and the purpose of travel by a police officer and he then asked for an invitation of letter and purpose of visit in Germany- Stuttgart. Be ready to forward such documents. The food and beverages are cheaper at the train stations.
Comfortable and Scenic- beautiful countryside of Germany and France all along. Nice pantry. Could manage our heavy luggage in racks. Seating is good. Enjoyed
I LOVE THE FIRST CLASS TRAVEL ON THE TRAIN AS IT WAS HASSAL FREE
There are Two international train stations in Paris and it wasn't clear on the ticket which one we left from! even showing the ticket to the cab driver he droped us at the wrong one. so we had to catch a "metro train" to the correct one. and we enquire at the information booth we got the "runaround" first we were told we didn't need a ticket we went down to metro 4 and couldn't get through the gate there was noone ther to ask so we went back up to the information booth and were told we did indeed need a ticket not having any change we were told to get some and use the ticket machine. We then went to another info booth that had just opened and were told there was another ticket centre that accepted notes. luckily we had plenty of time, but we just caught the train.