Gare du Bourget is a Réseau Express Régional train station in Le Bourget, a northern suburb of Paris, in the Seine-Saint-Denis département of France. The station is in Zone 3 of the Carte orange. It is on the RER B suburban railway line.
Gare du Bourget was the primary point of deportation for French Jews during the Holocaust. Between 27 March 1942 and 23 June 1943, 42 trains carrying 40,450 Jews left Le Bourget for Auschwitz concentration camp and other extermination camps in Poland. Most had been imprisoned in the nearby Drancy internment camp. Drancy was organised, staffed and initially commanded by the civilian French police, who rounded up most of the victims.
Coordinates 48°55'50.883" N 2°25'32.685" E