Opened in 1837, the historic La Gare Saint Lazare, (officially Paris-Saint-Lazare) is a major train station and handles 275,000 passengers each day. The station services the Intercites and suburban (Transition) trains. It is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris near the Opera and the famous Paris Department Stores (Galeries Lafayette and Printemps). The artists Claude Monet and Gustave Caillebotte once lived a short walk from the station. In 1877 Claude Monet exhibited numerous works of this hustling and bustling station. The station houses an astounding clock sculpture (L’Heure de Tous), designed by French Artist Arman in 1985. In 2012, a three level shopping mall opened to cater for passengers as they pass through the terminal each day.
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La Gare Saint Lazare train station 13 rue d’Amstedam 75008 Paris
Metro station: Saint-Lazare (lines 3, 12, 13, 14).
RER E station: Saint-Lazare.