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Fontainebleau - Avon station

    Fontainebleau - Avon station is served by the Transilien R line and some TER trains from Hall 1 of the Paris Gare de Lyon station.
    Located in the commune of Avon, it was built in 1849 by architect François-Alexis Cendrier.
    Napoleon III visited the station several times during his presidency.
    On the station forecourt, take a look at the exhibition space.

    The station is accessible by Pass Navigo (Zone 5) and other Île-de-France Mobilités tickets, such as Mobilis 5-zone day tickets. It is also the departure point for buses to downtown Fontainebleau and other communes in the Pays de Fontainebleau, including Barbizon and Bois-le-Roi.
    A permanent photographic exhibition area awaits visitors. Located on the station's green forecourt, the exhibits showcase the beauty of the destination's natural and cultural heritage.

    Prestations, conforts et services

    • Langues parlées :
      • French
    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
    • Lift (80 x 130 cm) and door >= 77 cm
    • Reception desk between 70-80 cm high
    • Magnetic loop available at the reception
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