List of busiest railway stations in Europe

Below is a list of the busiest railway stations in Europe. Train stations with more than 30 million passengers per year are shown.

Only data from national networks is shown. Notably, 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, but not the Paris Métro. The number of platforms generally includes only mainline trains; for Paris, that includes Transilien and RER but excludes Métro.

ListEdit

Country City Railway station Passengers (millions per year) No. of
platforms (tracks)
Data
from year
Sum Commuter Long distance
  France Paris Gare du Nord 292.4[1] 32 2018
  Germany Hamburg Hamburg Hbf 196.0[2] 12 2019
  Germany Frankfurt am Main Frankfurt(Main)Hbf 179.9[2] 29 2019
   Switzerland Zürich Zürich HB 154.6[3] 26 2018
  Germany Munich München Hbf 150.7[2] 34 2019
  Italy Rome Roma Termini 150[4] 32
  France Paris Gare de Lyon 148.1[1] 28 2018
  Germany Berlin Berlin Hbf 120.1[2] 14 2019
  Italy Milan Milano Centrale 120[5] 24[6]
  Spain Madrid Madrid Atocha 116.6[7] 24 2017
  Germany Cologne Köln Hbf 116.1[2] 11 2019
  France Paris Gare Saint-Lazare 109.6[1] 27 2018
  Austria Vienna Wien Mitte 97.8[8] 5
  Germany Berlin Berlin Friedrichstraße 95.6[2] 8 2019
  Germany Hannover Hannover Hbf 95.3[2] 12 2019
  United Kingdom London London Waterloo 94.3[9] 24 2017–2018
  Germany Stuttgart Stuttgart Hbf 93.1[2] 17 2019
  Germany Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Hbf 91.3[2] 20 2019
  Germany Berlin Berlin Ostkreuz 91.3[2] 12 2019
  Germany Nuremberg Nürnberg Hbf 76.7[2] 21 2019
  United Kingdom London London Victoria 75[9] 19 2017–2018
  Germany Berlin Berlin-Gesundbrunnen 74.1[2] 10 2019
  Finland Helsinki Helsingin Päärautatieasema 73.2[10] 19
  Russia Moscow Moscow Yaroslavsky 79.9[11] 16 2018
  Russia Moscow Moscow Kursky 71.6[11] 17 2018
  Italy Turin Torino Porta Nuova 70[12] 20
  Netherlands Utrecht Utrecht Centraal 67.9[13] 16 2017
  Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Centraal 67.4[14] 11 2017
   Switzerland Bern Bern 67.2[3][note 1] 17 2018
  United Kingdom London London Liverpool Street 67[9] 18 2017–2018
  Germany Berlin Berlin Südkreuz 65.3[2] 10 2019
  Germany Munich München Ostbf 63.5[2] 14 2019
  France Puteaux La Défense 62.1[1] 8 2018
  Germany Munich München Marienplatz 59.5[2] 2 2019
  Italy Florence Firenze Santa Maria Novella 59[15] 19
  France Paris Châtelet–Les Halles 58.5[16] 7 2018
  Italy Bologna Bologna Centrale 58[17] 28
  Germany Essen Essen Hbf 55.5[2] 13 2019
  Germany Berlin Berlin Alexanderplatz 55.5[2] 4 2019
  France Paris Gare Montparnasse 54.8[1] 28 2018
  Norway Oslo Oslo sentralstasjon 54.8[18] 19
  Denmark Copenhagen Nørreport station 53.7[citation needed][19] 6
  Germany Bremen Bremen Hbf 53.7[2] 9 2019
  Austria Vienna Wien Hbf 52.9[20] 12
  Italy Rome Roma Tiburtina 51[21] 20
  Germany Munich München-Pasing 50.7[2] 9 2019
  Germany Hamburg Hamburg-Altona 50.4[2] 12 2019
  Russia Moscow Moscow Kazansky 50.1[11] 17 2018
  Italy Naples Napoli Centrale 50[22] 25
  Germany Leipzig Leipzig Hbf 49.3[2] 21 2019
  United Kingdom London London Bridge 48.5[9] 15 2017–2018
  Germany Duisburg Duisburg Hbf 47.5[2] 12 2019
  Germany Berlin Berlin Zoologischer Garten 47.4[citation needed] 6
  France Paris Haussmann–Saint-Lazare 47.4[1] 4 2018
  Germany Dortmund Dortmund Hbf 44.9[2] 16 2019
  United Kingdom London London Euston 44.7[9] 18 2017–2018
  France Paris Magenta 43.9[1] 4 2018
  United Kingdom Birmingham Birmingham New Street 43.7[9] 13 2017–2018
  Spain Barcelona Barcelona Sants 43.6[23] 14 2017
  France Juvisy-sur-Orge Juvisy 41.4[1] 13 2018
  Netherlands Rotterdam Rotterdam Centraal 40.9[24] 13 2018
  Germany Mannheim Mannheim Hbf 43.1[2] 9 2019
  United Kingdom London Stratford 40.1[9] 15 2017–2018
  Russia Moscow Moscow Leningradsky 39.6[11] 26.9 12.7 10 2018
  Sweden Stockholm Stockholm City 39.2[25] 4 2018
  Denmark Copenhagen Københavns Hovedbanegård 37.8[26] 7
  France Paris Gare de l'Est 37.8[1] 30 2018
  United Kingdom London London Paddington 36.6[9] 14 2017–2018
  Germany Berlin Berlin Ostbahnhof 36.5[citation needed] 9
   Switzerland Basel Basel SBB 36.4[3][note 2] 23 2018
  France Paris Saint-Michel – Notre-Dame 36.4[1] 4 2018
  France Saint-Denis Saint-Denis 35.6[1] 8 2018
  Spain Madrid Madrid Nuevos Ministerios 35.1[27] 6 2017
   Switzerland Winterthur Winterthur 34.7[3] 9 2018
  United Kingdom London London St Pancras 34.6[9] 15 2017–2018
  Russia Moscow Moscow Kiyevsky 34.5[11] 30.4 4 13 2018
  United Kingdom London London King's Cross 33.9[9] 12 2017–2018
  Czech Republic Prague Praha hlavní nádraží 30.2[28] 8 2017
  Italy Milan Milano Cadorna 33.1[29] 10
   Switzerland Lucerne Luzern 33.1[3] 14 2018
  United Kingdom Glasgow Glasgow Central 32.9[9] 17 2017–2018
   Switzerland Lausanne Lausanne 32.6[3] 10 2018
  France Lyon Gare de Lyon-Part-Dieu 32.5[1] 11 2018
  France Fontenay-sous-Bois Val de Fontenay 31.8[1] 6 2018
  United Kingdom Leeds Leeds 31.1[9] 17 2017–2018
  Italy Venice Venezia Mestre 31[30] 13
  Germany Berlin Berlin-Lichtenberg 31[citation needed] 8
  Spain Madrid Madrid Chamartín 32.9[31] 21 2018
  France Levallois-Perret Clichy–Levallois 30.2[1] 10 2018
  Italy Venice Venezia Santa Lucia 30[30] 16

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

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

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