Elysee Val D'Europe

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7 cours du Danube, Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, Ile-de-France, 77700, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
35%
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Very Good
47%
153
Average
14%
46
Poor
1%
6
Terrible
0%
3

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  • Families82
  • Couples85
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Beauvais airport

by landlady1999

hi Parisians and everyone around!

I will be arriving to BEauvais airport. I was thinking what are possibilities to hitch-hike from there to Paris or some close zone to Paris in order to buy some not very expensive RER ticket. Does anyone know anything about hitch-hiking from that airport?

Re: Beauvais airport

by cubsur

Don't bother with the RER. The station is 5km from the airport.

There is a direct bus from Beauvais airport to Paris in connection with all arriving flights. The ticket is €15.

Please see the information at

http://www.aeroportbeauvais.com/bus.php?lang=eng

Do not even think of hitch hiking! It is simply not done in Europe in these times.

Re: Beauvais airport

by Venelin

Hitchhiking is done in Europe, but the sheer availability of public transport makes it much rarer than before.
I haven't hitchhiked a lot, but my best friend often does it. He says that hitchhiking at the exit of an airport is one of the easiest ways to get rides, because some tourists in rented cars are usually more interested in taking a hitchhiker and because traffic is moving slowly. If you speak French and English, you can be sure that you'll manage to figure out the best place to get off when you get in a car. I would assume that most traffic heads south to Paris and the suburbs anyways.
Good luck

Travel Tips for Paris

Buying the Museum Card

by XKuger

If you have figured out that most definitly you will purchase the Museum card ( depends on whichever card you buy). The best place to buy this is at the Airport.. as soon as you grab your bags look for the tourist information desk... there is usualy at least one person at the counter. Most people there are asking for transport directon to get into the city and the line moves fairly quickly.

This is the best place to purchase the Museum card as well as the multile day metro card you can get two birds in one stone. Many..

The wonderful bakeries & bread
The fantastic views from the Eiffel tower / Sacre Coeur & Arc de triomp
Versilles
The Louvre & reniance paintings.
Beautiful Versilles

So many.. the list is too long.

The city of Paris has been...

by Luis_Alberto

The city of Paris has been inhabited since the third century B.C. Their first inhabitants were known as the Parisii, and they settled in what is known today as the 'Ile de la Cite'. Which means that Paris has been inhabited for well over two thousand years now. Through the centuries It has grown to be one of the world's greatest cities. Each 'quartier' of the city, has its own charms and sites to see. Therefore it is like having a memory for each district of the city, and what it has to offer. Paris is a world class city, and yet sometimes in its neighboorhoods life goes on like if everyone there knew each other pretty well, Paris has kept that particular charm, through the years.

Something different to do...

by oneonta_ni

This maybe isn't a 'must', but the Menagerie is an interesting zoo. It is very old and probably not the best atmosphere for the animals. They live in unusual little wooden houses and there are cages like in an old fashioned zoo which allow you to get quite close to the animals.

All in a pretty row.

by cherrybug

One thing that jumped out at me whilst wandering the parisian streets was the way the locals sat in cafes. All in a pretty row!

It is very common to see tables in the window of a cafe with people sitting at them staring straight ahead out onto the street. All lined up as if in the front row of a cinema or theatre.

I guess part of the Parisian culture is to street gaze and people watch.

Not to worry, if you are English speaking

by Pierre_Rouss

Not to worry, if you are English speaking, a lot of Parisien will respond to you in English after seeing you struggle in French.
Imagine... they often switch to English when I speak to them in French too. LOL
Or they tell me : 'Ho, vous êtes Québécois!!'
They manage to insert more English words in a sentence than me.

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Address: 7 cours du Danube, Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, Ile-de-France, 77700, France