Can I please ask how do ww get to The Eiffel tower from Adagio apartments Serris please? Plus can you bring a stroller/buggy for a baby? Thank you

By | June 11, 2024 | in

We will be staying in aparthotel Adagio in serris and we would like to go visit the louve and the eiffel tower by train please? Thank you

1 answer

Staff June 11, 2024

The closest train station to the Adagio Apartments is Val d'Europe station on the RER A line.  That should be walking distance.  If you're doing this as a day trip you could use a Navigo Day Pass 1-5 zone put onto Navigo Easy cards for you and any other adults/children ages 10 and over (the baby doesn't need any ticket.)
To get to the Louvre you would take RER A in direction Cergy or Poissy or St. Germain-en-Laye (any of these will be fine).  Ride until Chatelet les Halles station where you will descend and exit to street level and walk to Louvre from here.
After the Louvre to get to the Eiffel Tower you can walk from Louvre to Saint Michel Notre Dame RER C station (and you could take in the Notre Dame while you're at it).  Take the RER C in direction Pontoise or Versailles Chateau or St. Quentin-en-Yvelines or Montigny les Bretonneux or Montigny Beauchamp (any will do) until station Champ de Mars Tour Eiffel.  From here you should be able to see and walk around the Eiffel Tower.  I highly recommend crossing the Seine and viewing the tower from the Trocadero.  I believe it's the best view of the tower.
To get back to Val d'Europe / Adagio from the Eiffel Tower (or Trocadero) you'll use Metro 6 to get to Charles de Gaulle Etoile station, taking Metro 6 in that named direction ("Charles de Gaulle Etoile", it's the terminus of Metro line 6).  If you're at the Eiffel Tower the closest Metro 6 station is Bir-Hakeim.  If you're at Trocadero the closest Metro 6 station is "Trocadero". You'll ride Metro 6 until the terminus of Charles de Gaulle Etoile, then transfer to RER A (it's inside the same station) in direction Marne la Vallée Chessy until Val d'Europe.  This station is at the Arc de Triomphe so before you make your transfer you could hop out to street level and take a look around this monument before making your RER A trip back to Val d'Europe.
You're allowed to bring buggies aboard both Metro and RER trains (although I would highly recommend avoiding rush hour, 7-9am, 5-7pm).  It's better to ride near the front or rear of trains as the lead/tail cars usually have an open area for bikes & buggies without seats and it's quite easy to board/deboard there.
Have a good trip.


Please login or Register to Submit Answer