The Ternes station is located in Paris' west side in 8e. It serves Metro Line 2 and lies in fare zone 1. The station has access points along place de Ternes and boulevard de Courcelles.
Ternes' name refers to the villa externa, which was the Bishop of Paris' residence just outside of city limits. It is also derived from a small village that was first given to Saint-Denis, then Neuilly and finally Paris.
All though there are not many attractions near the Ternes station, it is a thriving residential neighborhood that offers plenty of hotels and apartments. It is also noted for its delicious bakeries.