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Paris Metro Line 2, the blue one

The Paris 2 metro line is also known as the blue one because of its color.

If you are interested in literature, you will immediately notice that many writers give the name to the stops dedicated to them!

Such as line 1, the blue line is perfect if you need to take the RER. The RER is very useful if you have to go to the airport Charles de Gaulle, Orly or Beauvais. If your apartment or your accommodation is located near a stop of Paris metro line 2, you can get off at one of the following ones and take the RER from there: Porte Dauphine, Charles de Gaulle, Villiers, Barbès, Nation.

I think another very useful information is that from the Anvers stop you can take the Montmartre funicular.

Below you can find the Paris metro line 2 stops. For what concerns the timetable, remember that the first ride is at 5.30 in the morning while the last one is at 00.30 a.m. At weekends, the service lasts an hour longer.


Paris Metro Line 2 stops

  • Porte Dauphine – Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny (Arrondissement 16)
  • Victor Hugo (Arrondissement 14)
  • Charles de Gaulle-Etoile (Arrondissement 17)
  • Ternes (Arrondissement 17)
  • Courcelles (Arrondissement 8)
  • Monceau (Arrondissement 8)
  • Villiers (Arrondissement 17)
  • Rome (Arrondissement 8)
  • Place de Clichy (Arrondissement 8)
  • Blanche (Arrondissement 9)
  • Pigalle (Arrondissement 9)
  • Anvers – Sacré-Cœur (Arrondissement 17)
  • Barbès – Rochechouart (Arrondissement 17)
  • La Chapelle (Arrondissement 17)
  • Stalingrad (Arrondissement 10)
  • Jaurès (Arrondissement 19)
  • Colonel Fabien (Arrondissement 10)
  • Belleville (Arrondissement 10)
  • Couronnes  (Arrondissement 10)
  • Ménilmontant  (Arrondissement 20)
  • Père Lachaise (Arrondissement 20)
  • Philippe Auguste (Arrondissement 11)
  • Alexandre Dumas (Arrondissement 11)
  • Avron (Arrondissement 11)
  • Nation (Arrondissement 11)