Welcome to “Conquer Paris Metro Exit” site!
Select Metro Line To Reach Destination:
- To ensure you are not lost for exit directions at Paris Metro stations.
- To help you identify which train carriage will get you to your nearest ground-level exit or transit point.
- To enable you to access those exits that can be reached via lifts, escalators, etc.
- To show you, via maps, where each exit point opens up at ground level.
- Most stations in central Paris are old, with little information available on the platforms about exits and transit points. They are also slow to promote barrier-free public transportation systems. While we make every effort through this site to give you up-to-date information, there are, inevitably, always facilities out of order or new constructions under way on the Paris Metro. When such happens, please contact us to help us keep our site information and ground reality on the same track.
- Train carriage numbers are described keeping exit and transit points in mind. As such you may find that your carriage stops either abreast of an exit or transit point or you may have to walk a bit to get to the same.
- Our maps focus on exiting the metro system, with a bit of information on what’s outside/around the station. Once you’ve identified your destination, use our Paris Metro information to help you find the nearest exit to get there.
- Please note that Wi-Fi connectivity on the Paris Metro is poor, so make sure you know where you want to go before you enter a station!
- Most stations have 3 levels: Platform, ticket gate and ground floor.
- Metro stations connected to the SNCF (France’s national railroad) are very old, huge and complicated structures, and it can take a long time to transit to other subway lines due to the distances to be traversed. In such cases, it is recommended that you choose to transit at a station before or after your destination point.
- In the central part of the city the distance between stations is quite short. Given that not all stations have elevators and escalators, we recommend that you choose a station, before or after your destination station, that provides such facilities, if you are in need of the same.
- While crime on the Paris Metro is seldom violent, it is recommended that you avoid deserted walkways. Pickpockets, on the other hand, are not so rare, and it is recommended that you be aware of your possessions at all times and avoid standing by the doorways in trains.