The Chateau-Landon station is located in northwestern Paris' 10e. It serves metro lines 7 in fare zone 1.
Chateau-Landon received its name due to the old Roman path that went north to Lutetia from Saint-Denis. The station will also become the end cap of metro line 15 once 3bis and 7bis are merged by 2013.
The area near the station is considered the administrative capital of Paris as well as the rest of France. It is also a great way to explore some of the city's many waterways like Canal Saint-Martin, porte Saint Denis, and porte Saint Martin. Other places of interest are the Saint Vincent de Paul and Saint Laurent churches as well as the Place de la Republique and Place du Colonel Fabien.
Most of the business conducted here is of administrative purposes.