Train Transfers To and From Beauvais Tillé Airport

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Beauvais-Tillé Airport Train Transfers

It is possible to travel to and from Paris-Beauvais Airport via a variety of public transportation alternatives, including direct shuttles, transfers by bus, cab, coach, or rail, and so on.

From the Gare du Nord station in Paris, one can take a regional express train (also known as a "TER") to the SNCF station in Beauvais.

At a distance of only 4 kilometers from Beauvais Airport, this train station is the most convenient option.

Make sure to carefully plan out your trip.

Keep in mind that in addition to the train journey time and fee (which is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes from Paris), you will also need to account for the travel time and fare between the Beauvais SNCF train station and the airport (by bus or taxi).

Choose the official Paris–Beauvais shuttle over other modes of transportation for a trip from Paris to the airport that is speedy, direct, and cost-effective.

The SNCF train station at Beauvais also connects to a number of other cities, including the following:

  • Amiens: around 90 minutes;
  • Rouen (change trains at Abancourt): 2 hours 40 minutes;
  • Lille (change trains in Abancourt): roughly 3 hours;
  • Le Tréport: roughly 2 hours; and
  • Creil: around 45 minutes.

It is simplest to get around Paris using the public transportation system that is run by the RATP, which stands for Regie autonome des transports parisiens.

You may also use this system to get to Porte Maillot and catch a shuttle to the airport from there.

The t+ tickets can be utilized on the RER, as well as the Montmartre funicular, the metro, city buses, and trams that operate on the city's outskirts. Additionally, they can be utilized on the Montmartre funicular.

You'll find the ticket office for the airport bus station, which is located in the middle of the airport's two terminals, selling these items.

Beauvais SNCF Station

The town of Beauvais, which is in the Oise department of France, is home to the Beauvais train station. TER Hauts-de-France trains connect the station to Le Tréport-Mers, Creil and Paris-Nord.

Brick and concrete were used in the 1860 construction of the Neo-medieval station building that was commissioned by Compagnie du Nord.

The alternating current on the line that goes to Paris has a voltage of 25 kilovolts and a frequency of 50 hertz. The diesel engine is used by other lines.

In the same year (1857) that the Beauvais-Creil line was inaugurated, the town of Beauvais also saw the opening of its station. At that time, travel time from Creil to Paris was around three and a half hours.

In 1877, a direct train route between Paris and Beauvais, which continued to Le Tréport, was inaugurated.

Until 1939, Beauvais was also connected by train with Gournay-Ferrières, Gisors, Clermont, Saint-Just-en-Chaussée, and Amiens (via the Beauvais-Amiens railway).

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