Paris Métro Stations Pronunciation – Line Six – Charles de Gaulle Étoile – Nation

Learn how to pronounce the Paris subway station for the Eiffel Tower: “Bir Hakeim!” Clear French audio recording of the Paris métro station names of “la ligne six” (Paris métro line six): “Charles de Gaulle Étoile – Nation” + tips on how to safely ride the Parisian subway + a video of the Eiffel Tower from the métro.

1 – The Paris Subway –  Line Six

The most infamous stop of “la ligne six du métro parisien” has to be “Bir-Hakeim”, the stop for the Eiffel Tower, which is a real pronunciation challenge for most foreigners!

The particularity of the Paris subway number six is that it is aerial between the stations “Passy” and “Bir-Hakeim”, offering a stunning view of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower. Go to the end of this article to see a video.

To access the Eiffel Tower, there are several possibilities:

  1. get off at the “Trocadéro” station to enjoy the view of the Eiffel Tower from the top of the gardens,
  2. stop at the “Passy” station and walk along the banks of the Seine on the Avenue de New York to cross at the “Iéna” Bridge,
  3. Finally, get off at the “Bir-Hakeim” stop on the left bank will allow you to go to the Eiffel Tower along the “Quai Branly” on the left bank of the Seine.

2 – Carte du Métro – Ligne Six

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3 – French Subway Stations Pronunciation – Ligne 6

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

  1. Charles de Gaulle Etoile
  2. Kleber
  3. Boissière
  4. Trocadéro
  5. Passy
  6. Bir-Hakeim
  7. Dupleix
  8. La Motte-Picquet
  9. Cambronne
  10. Sèvres – Lecourbe
  11. Pasteur
  12. Montparnasse – Bienvenüe
  13. Edgar Quinet
  14. Raspail
  15. Denfert – Rochereau
  16. Saint-Jacques
  17. Glacière
  18. Corvisart
  19. Place d’Italie
  20. Nationale
  21. Chevaleret
  22. Quai de la Gare
  23. Bercy
  24. Dugommier
  25. Daumesnil
  26. Bel-Air
  27. Picpus
  28. Nation

4 – Paris Métro Tip 6

Don’t keep your Paris subway ticket in your wallet. The black strip on the ticket is magnetized: being in contact with coins may de-magnetize the ticket, and the machine at the métro entrance will refuse it.

If this happens to you, and you are at an entrance with a clerc, cut the line (how French) and just hand your ticket to the clerc… You don’t really need to say anything, since this happens a lot, the clerc will simply hand you another ticket… Just in case, say something like: “excusez-moi, mais mon ticket ne marche pas” (sorry, but my ticket doesn’t work).

 

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5 – Seeing The Eiffel Tower While Riding The Paris Métro Video

6 – 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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