France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Transport for Château-Thierry, France
Though it's 96 km (60 miles) from Paris, Château-Thierry is in fact a distant suburb of the capital, reachable by train in less than an hour.





Château-Thierry, 96 km (60 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) (map).

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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