List of busiest railway stations in Europe

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Below is a list of the busiest railway stations in Europe. Train stations with more than 30 million passengers are shown. Figures are not directly comparable, as methodologies vary between countries. For example, the London stations only include figures on the National Rail network and not journeys on the London Underground network, while the Paris stations include all journeys on the SNCF mainline network and RER.[citation needed]

List[edit]

Railway station Passengers (millions per year) Data from year Number of platforms (tracks) City Country
Gare du Nord 206.7[1] 2016 31 Paris  France
Hamburg Hauptbahnhof 200.7[2] 2018 12 Hamburg  Germany
Châtelet–Les Halles 179.9[3] 2016 7 Paris  France
Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof 164.3[citation needed] 29 Frankfurt am Main  Germany
Zürich Hauptbahnhof 153.6[4] 2016 26 Zurich   Switzerland
Roma Termini 150[5] 32 Rome  Italy
München Hauptbahnhof 127.8[citation needed] 34 Munich  Germany
Milano Centrale 120[6] 24 Milan  Italy
Berlin Hauptbahnhof 110[citation needed] 14 Berlin  Germany
Madrid Atocha 108.6[7] 27 Madrid  Spain
Paris Saint-Lazare 107.9[1] 2016 27 Paris  France
Köln Hauptbahnhof 102[citation needed] 11 Cologne  Germany
Gare de Lyon 100.4[1] 2016 32 Paris  France
London Waterloo 99.4[8] 2016 24 London  United Kingdom
Wien Mitte 97.8[9] 5 Vienna  Austria
Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof 91.3[citation needed] 20 Düsseldorf  Germany
Hannover Hauptbahnhof 91.2[citation needed] 12 Hannover  Germany
Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof 87.6[citation needed] 17 Stuttgart  Germany
Berlin Friedrichstraße 76.7[citation needed] 8 Berlin  Germany
London Victoria 75.9[8] 2016 19 London  United Kingdom
Helsingin Päärautatieasema 73.2[10] 19 Helsinki  Finland
Torino Porta Nuova 70[11] 20 Turin  Italy
Bern 68.7[4][note 1] 2016 17 Bern   Switzerland
Utrecht Centraal 68[12] 2017 16 Utrecht  Netherlands
Amsterdam Centraal 67.4[13] 2017 15 Amsterdam  Netherlands
London Liverpool Street 67.3[8] 2016 18 London  United Kingdom
Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof 65.7[citation needed] 21 Nuremberg  Germany
Stockholms Centralstation 62.1[citation needed] 17 Stockholm  Sweden
Essen Hauptbahnhof 62.1[citation needed] 13 Essen  Germany
Firenze Santa Maria Novella 59[14] 19 Florence  Italy
Bologna Centrale 58[15] 28 Bologna  Italy
Oslo sentralstasjon 54.8[16] 19 Oslo  Norway
Nørreport station 53.7[citation needed] 3 Copenhagen  Denmark
Gare Montparnasse 53.6[1] 2016 28 Paris  France
Wien Hauptbahnhof 52.9[17] 12 Vienna  Austria
Roma Tiburtina 51[18] 20 Rome  Italy
Napoli Centrale 50[19] 25 Naples  Italy
London Bridge 47.9[8] 2016 15 London  United Kingdom
Dortmund Hauptbahnhof 47.4[citation needed] 31 Dortmund  Germany
Berlin Zoologischer Garten 47.4[citation needed] 6 Berlin  Germany
Haussmann – Saint-Lazare 44.6[1] 2016 4 Paris  France
London Euston 44.0[8] 2016 18 London  United Kingdom
Leipzig Hauptbahnhof 43.8[citation needed] 21 Leipzig  Germany
Bremen Hauptbahnhof 43.8[citation needed] 9 Bremen  Germany
Stratford 42.3[8] 2016 15 Stratford, London  United Kingdom
Magenta 41.3[1] 2016 4 Paris  France
Barcelona Sants 41[20] 14 Barcelona  Spain
Mannheim Hauptbahnhof 40.2[citation needed] 9 Mannheim  Germany
Birmingham New Street 42.4[8] 2016 13 Birmingham  United Kingdom
Berlin-Gesundbrunnen 38.3[citation needed] 10 Berlin  Germany
Copenhagen Central Station 37.8[21] 7 Copenhagen  Denmark
Basel SBB 37.5[4][note 2] 2016 23 Basel   Switzerland
Berlin Ostbahnhof 36.5[citation needed] 9 Berlin  Germany
Hamburg-Altona 36.5[citation needed] 12 Hamburg  Germany
Duisburg Hauptbahnhof 36.2[citation needed] 12 Duisburg  Germany
London Paddington 35.8[8] 2016 14 London  United Kingdom
Lausanne 35[4] 2016 10 Lausanne   Switzerland
Winterthur 34.4[4] 2016 9 Winterthur   Switzerland
Gare de l'Est 33.2[1] 2016 30 Paris  France
London King's Cross 33.8[8] 2016 12 London  United Kingdom
London St Pancras 33.5[8] 2016 15 London  United Kingdom
Praha hlavní nádraží 33.1[22] 2017 8 Prague  Czech Republic
Milano Cadorna 33.1[23] 10 Milan  Italy
Gare de Saint-Michel – Notre-Dame 33.1[1] 2016 4 Paris  France
Luzern 32.6[4] 2016 14 Lucerne   Switzerland
Glasgow Central 32.1[8] 2016 17 Glasgow  United Kingdom
Venezia Mestre 31[24] 13 Venice  Italy
Berlin-Lichtenberg 31[citation needed] 8 Berlin  Germany
München-Pasing 31[citation needed] 9 Munich  Germany
Leeds 30.9[8] 2016 17 Leeds  United Kingdom
Clapham Junction 30.7[8] 2016 17 London  United Kingdom
Venezia Santa Lucia 30[24] 16 Venice  Italy
Lyon Part-Dieu 29.9[1] 2016 11 Lyon  France

See also[edit]

List of busiest railway stations in Great Britain
List of busiest railway stations in North America

Notes and References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ w/o figures from RBS
  2. ^ w/o SNCF figures

References[edit]

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