Sunday 11 November will be the day of the centenary celebrations of the 1918 Armistice. For the occasion, many heads of state and government are invited, in addition to the expected crowd as every year. For security reasons and for the running of parades and other celebrations, some metro and RER stations will be closed to the public.
It will therefore take precautions to move and if the subway will be disturbed, no need to prefer the car: traffic will also be extremely complicated in much of the capital.
See also: Ceremonies November 11 – some streets barred in Paris
A official ceremony will be held at 8am at the Arc de Triomphe, the RATP has indicated that metro stations and some exits would be "Susceptible" to be closed from 5:30.
Among them: the Charles de Gaulle Etoile station (RER A and metro 1, 2, 6), the Franklin D. Roosevelt station (metro 1), the Champs-Elysées Clemenceau station (lines 1 and 13), the Concorde station ( lines 1, 8 and 12), the Argentina and George V stations (line 1), the Porte Dauphine station (metro 2) and finally the RER C Avenue Foch station.
The Forum for Peace will also take place in the north-east of the capital. The police could therefore close some stations from 10am. The stops concerned are those of line 5 (Porte de Pantin) and line 3B (Porte de Pantin also). Traffic will also be completely interrupted on the entire line from 16h.
Finally, a anti-Trump demonstration is scheduled on the Place de la République at 14h, while the President of the United States is currently in France. By noon the stations Temple (line 3) and Republic (subways 3, 5, 8, 9, 11) will be closed, but connections should be assured.