The TGV train station is called “Aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle 2 TGV” and is located between terminal 2D/2F and terminal 2C/2E.


Gare TGV Terminal 2
TGV station Terminal 2

Tourist Office Roissy Clé de France

Module de liaison en zone publique, Terminal 2E, Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Connecting module in public area, Terminal 2E, Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Aéroports de Paris - LUIDER, Emile - LA COMPANY


The TGV station is served by CDGVAL, RER B, and TGV trains to Lille, Brussels, Cherbourg, Le Havre, Lyons, Marseilles, Montpellier, Nantes, Rennes, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Tours, Brive-la-Gaillarde, Champagne-Ardenne TGV… It is likely to become the terminus for the future CDG Express connection. In 2008, the TGV station catered for 3.4 million passengers.

The TGV station is laid out over 5 levels:

Level 1: Access to TGV and RER platforms and train

Level 2: SNCF and RATP ticket offices. Roissy Tourist Office publications (maps and brochures) are freely available on display units in the SNCF waiting room and at the CEEVO office.

Level 3: Presence of a "Charlie" (giant flight arrivals and departures information board)

Level 4: Pedestrian access to the different terminals of satellite 2, access to the CDGVAL station. If you have some spare time, visit our friends from the Association Pays de Roissy: Art Exhibition at CDG.

Level 5: T2D/T2F side, bus stop for Roissy-en-France hotel buses, T2C/T2E side, taxi ranks

New: ADP is opening a left-luggage service at the exit of the CDGVAL station in terminal 2 in partnership with Bagages du Monde. (from €6 per bag)



The RER station is called “Aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle 2 TGV”

RER (line B) Aéroport Charles de Gaulle / Paris by train. Terminals 2C, 2D, 2E and 2F are accessible on foot and by travelator. Terminals 2A and 2B are also accessible on foot, but it is recommended that you take the N1 bus from level 5 of the RER station.

Located beneath the same glass roof, the RER and TGV stations are, nevertheless, distinct (the boundary between the two stations is marked by a gate on the platforms). It is the terminus for branch B3 of the RER B. You will require a travel ticket to access the platforms.



RER CDG 1 station and Roissypole bus station


RER CDG 1 station is called “Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1”.


From this station, it is possible to walk (400 m) to terminal 3.

You have to take the CDGVAL to reach terminal 1.

This station is the airport’s first RER station, served by the CDGVAL. It provides access to the headquarters of Air France, the Ibis, Novotel, Hilton hotels, the Roissypole bus station, the offices of Dôme, Datagora, etc. It has a taxi rank and a bus stop on Rue de Dublin for the 24 hotels in Roissy-en-France.

Next departures for Paris Gare du Nord



Roissypole bus station

Roissypole bus station, served by the CDGVAL, is located on the surface level between the RER station and terminal 3. It comprises five covered platforms (A to E) from where 70 bus routes and coaches to Paris, the north and east of Ile-de-France and Picardie depart.
Below is the list of bus routes serving the village of Roissy en France
- Route 93 – To get to Allée des vergers
- Route 22 - To get to Allée des vergers
- Route 9502- To get to the village centre
- Route 32- To get to Air France Entretien Nord
- Route 349 - To get to Fedex and Entretien Sud