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Getting to Bayeux from Paris CDG Airport?

We are planning our trip to EUROPE IN MAY. We are planning to take the train from the airport in Paris to Bayeux to go on a D Day tour. Looking at our options I'm afraid that the train from Paris depots at 10;00 am . IS THT THE ONLY TRQIN THQT GOES THER/ we don't arrive until 11:30 AM. HELP!
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) April 13, 2016 16:03
    Hi Charles,

    The Paris CDG Airport does have a rail station, but there are no trains from there to Bayeux. Instead, the connection to Bayeux would involve going into the city of Paris first. To do so, you would take Line B of the local RER rail network to the Paris Nord station. At Nord, you would walk to the Magenta wing of the station, where you would switch to Line E of the RER network. Line E of the RER will take you to the St. Lazare station, which is where trains to Bayeux depart from. In its entirety, the commute from the CDG Airport to the St. Lazare station would take at least about 70 minutes in duration. RER trains depart once every 7 to 15 minutes throughout the day. You would pay to board the RER trains locally upon arrival.

    Trains from the city of Paris to Bayeux depart every couple hours or so throughout the day.

    You would check schedules and purchase tickets for a train from Paris to Bayeux by entering the route on our homepage, www.raileurope.com. Trains from Paris to Bayeux are Intercités trains. Generally, trains in France can be booked once within 90 days of an intended date of departure.

    We are not able to provide or verify schedules through this forum. If you'd like to verify schedules you see on our site, then you would have to call us. We can be reached at 1-800-622-8600. Our current hours are 8:00 AM to 7:30 PM CT Monday to Friday and 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM CT on Saturdays and Sundays.
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