France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Transport for Château-Thierry, France
Though it's 100 km from Paris, Château-Thierry is a distant suburb of the capital, reachable by train in less than an hour.





Château-Thierry, 100 km (62 miles) northeast of Paris (map), is connected to Paris's Gare de l'Est by TER regional trains in less than an hour, as well as by slightly slower but more frequent Transilien P Line commuter trains from Gare de l'Est taking slightly over one hour.

The Gare de Château-Thierry SNCF train station is 1.2 km (3/4 mile) south of the city center (Hôtel de Ville), a 15-minute walk (map).


Driving, you follow the fast A4 autoroute (expressway).

Local Transport

Château-Thierry's local city bus transport is operated by Fablio.

It's 1 km (6/10 mile, a 15-minute walk) from the Gare de Château-Thierry SNCF train station to the central Place Jean de la Fontaine, but you can take a local city Bus 2 right from the station for this trip.

Bus 3 toward Buisson can take you uphill toward the Château-Thierry American Monument, shortening the walk to that site. More...

You can buy a ticket right on the bus.

Hotels in Château-Thierry

What to See & Do

Tourist Information

About Château-Thierry

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  Gare de Château-Thierry SNCF, France

The Gare de Château-Thierry SNCF train station.




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