Paris Subway Map
The Paris Subway network is made of 16 lines, and runs in most of the neighborhoods of the French capital city. Both Orly and Roissy Charles de Gaulle airports are served by additional train lines called RER, which have connections with most of the Subway lines. The major monuments, such as the Eiffel Tower or the Palace of Versailles, museums, such as the Louvre and attractions, such as Disneyland Paris, can be accessed from a Subway or RER line. The Paris Subway is the second busiest transit system in Europe, just after the Moscow Metro and its 2500 millions yearly passengers. You can find below the Paris Subway Map.
Paris Subway Lines
Line 1 operates between La Défense in the west and Château de Vincennes in the east suburbs of Paris. It is the Yellow Line on the Paris Subway map.
Paris Subway Line 2 runs from Porte Dauphine to Nation station. You can find it on the subway map with its dark blue color.
Line 3 runs from Pont de Levallois — Bécon station to Gallieni. It is labeled on the Subway map with the khaki color.
Line 3 bis
Line 3 bis of the Parisian Subway is an extension of Line 3 which runs between Gambetta and Porte des Lilas stations. It is the light blue line on the map.
Paris Subway Line 4 operates between Porte de Clignancourt and Mairie de Montrouge stations. It is also known as the Fuchsia Line.
Line 5 of the Subway of Paris runs from Place d’Italie station to Bobigny – Pablo Picasso. It is the Orange Line on the map.
Line 6 operates from Charles de Gaulle — Étoile to Nation station. You can find it on the Subway map with its light green color.
Line 7 of the Parisian Subway runs from La Courneuve – 8 Mai 1945 to Villejuif – Louis Aragon and Mairie d’Ivry stations. It is labeled on the subway map with the pink color.
Line 7 bis
Paris Subway Line 7 bis is an extension of Line 7 and runs between Louis Blanc and Pré Saint-Gervais stations. You can recognize it with its light green color on the map of the Subway network.
Line 8 of the Subway of Paris operates between Balard and Créteil – Pointe du Lac stations. It is the Magenta Line on the Paris Subway map.
Paris Subway Line 9 runs from Pont de Sèvres in the western suburbs of Paris to Mairie de Montreuil in the east. You can find it on the subway map with the olive color.
Line 10 of the Parisian Subway operates from Boulogne – Pont de Saint-Cloud station, in the western suburbs of Paris, to Gare d’Austerlitz. It is also known as the Amber Line.
Line 11 runs between Châtelet and Mairie des Lilas in the northeast suburbs of the French capital city. It is the Brown Line on the map.
Line 12 of the Subway of Paris operates between Mairie d’Issy and Front Populaire stations. It is the Dark Green Line on the Paris Subway map.
Line 13 of the Parisian Subway runs from Châtillon – Montrouge to Asnières – Gennevilliers – Les Courtilles and Saint-Denis – Université stations. It is labeled on the subway map with the light blue color.
Paris Subway Line 14 runs between Saint-Lazare train station and Olympiades. It is the Purple Line on the map.