Paris Métro Stations Pronunciation – Line Four – Porte de Clignancourt – Mairie de Montrouge

Free audio recording of all the Paris subway station names of “la ligne quatre” (Paris métro line four): “Porte de Clignancourt – Mairie de Montrouge”. Learn the right pronunciation of the Paris métro stop names from a Parisian native + Paris subway maps + tips on how to ride the Parisian subway.

1 – The Paris Métro –  Line Four

The Paris subway line four is the second most trafficked line of the Parisian subway network, because it connects to all the other lines. When it was built in the 1900, it was the first line to go under the Seine river, which was quite complicated for the time!

The 28 stations of the Paris métro line four will take you to many famous Parisian places: “l’île de la Cité” with among so many gorgeous monuments “la Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris” (stop at “Saint Michel”).

“Montparnasse Bienvenüe” will give you access to the “Montparnasse” railway station.

The “Saint Germain des Près” station will take you to the heart of St Germain des près, the artist’s neighborhood of Paris, with its world renowned “café de Flore”.

2 – Carte du Métro – Ligne Quatre

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Now let’s study how to pronounce the Paris subway stations.

3 – How to Pronounce the Paris Subway Line Four Stations – Audio Recording

Click on the audio bar to play the audio recording of the Paris métro stations for line number four.

  1. Porte de Clignancourt
  2. Simplon
  3. Marcadet – Poissonniers
  4. Château Rouge
  5. Barbès-Rochechouart
  6. Gare du Nord
  7. Gare de l’Est
  8. Château d’eau
  9. Strasbourg – Saint-Denis
  10. Réaumur – Sébastopol
  11. Etienne Marcel
  12. Les Halles
  13. Châtelet
  14. Cité
  15. Saint-Michel
  16. Odéon
  17. Saint Germain-des-Prés
  18. Saint-Placide
  19. Montparnasse Bienvenüe
  20. Vavin
  21. Raspail
  22. Denfert-Rochereau
  23. Alésia
  24. Porte d’Orléans
  25. Mairie de Montrouge

4 – Paris Métro Tip 4

On some older lines of the Paris subway, you will have to open the door manually. Doors may be opened slightly after the train comes to a full stop. There will be a button to push, or on very old cars, a lever to pull up and to the right.

On the more recent lines, the doors will open automatically.

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5 – Learn the Pronunciation of the Paris Métro Stations

  1. Métro Line 1 French Pronunciation
  2. Métro Line 2 French Pronunciation
  3. Métro Line 3 French Pronunciation
  4. Métro Line 4 French Pronunciation
  5. Métro Line 5 French Pronunciation
  6. Métro Line 6 French Pronunciation
  7. Métro Line 7 French Pronunciation
  8. Métro Line 8 French Pronunciation
  9. Métro Line 9 French Pronunciation
  10. Métro Line 10 French Pronunciation
  11. Métro Line 11 French Pronunciation
  12. Métro Line 12 French Pronunciation
  13. Métro Line 13 French Pronunciation
  14. Métro Line 14 French Pronunciation

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