Eurogroup Residence Champ De Mars

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2 Bis Rue Alasseur, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75015, France
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Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Robachu1

Have found this service online:

Does anyone have personal experience using this shuttle service?

Hoping to find a simple and comfortable way to get from CDG Airport to Trianon Palace Hotel in Versailles.

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Robachu1

Also found this service...

Anybody have any info or recommedations?

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Gili_S

I don't know exactly where is your hotel, but if it is somewhere in the city center I found the train from the airport very easy to use and much faster as you are avoiding the terrible traffic.

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Gili_S

I should have check Google map before my first posting, now I see you actually have to go from one side of the city (the airport) to the other side (Versailles). If there will be direct train connection that will be easy, but if not, then maybe you need to take the bus.

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by puerto_lover

Would you consider going on the train acceptable?
Have a look at
and use it to show your route. Best is to take RER Line B to Saint Michel Notre Dame from airport then change to take the RER C to GARE DE VERSAILLES RIVE GAUCHE.

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Robachu1

Thank you all! If I were traveling alone (despite my limited knowledge of the French language) I would not hesitate to take the train. Since I am traveling with my wife and two fairly large suitcases I prefer the convenience of door to door shuttle service. Nevertheless, I will consider all of your suggestions. Thanks again!

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Beausoleil

We have used Paris Blue Shuttle from CDG a few times and been very satisfied. You could check their web site for prices. You have an option of sharing with others or booking the entire van yourself (for an extra fee, of course).

There is also an excellent limosine service that often has great deals. You can check their prices too.

I must admit I'd be tempted to try the train since you have only one change. You hop right on the RER-B at CDG and take it to St. Michel where you change to RER-C5 to Versailles Rive Gauche station. That would be your cheapest option and certainly not difficult unless your luggage is extremely heavy.

Whatever your choice, enjoy your trip.

Re: Looking for advice or opinions on Paris shuttle service..

by Gili_S

And don't worry about the language at all, if you have limited knowledge of the French language it is already much better then me, and I had no problems to manage there and enjoy my time :)

Travel Tips for Paris

Paris 2001

by Kodi01

Seeing many famous places, and I love art. I wish I could say it was The Louvre, they just happened to be on strike that day. I saw the outside, maybe the inside next visit.

My fondest memory was seeing the Ritz and the shrine above the tunnel where we all lost Princess Di.

Place de la Concorde

by pili

Between the Champs Elysées and the Tuileries Gardens, there lies the Place de la Concorde.-
This square was the site of major events including the executions of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Charlotte Corday, Danton and Robespierre.
In 1836 the obelisk of Luxor, given to Louis Philipee by Mohamed Ali of Egypt, was placed in the center of the place.-
From this square you can enjoy beautiful views of the Champs Elisee and the arch of triumph.-

Esta plaza se ubica entre los Jardines de las Tullerías y los Campos Eliseos. Fue el centro de los mayores eventos historicos de Paris, tales como las ejecuciones de Luis XVI, María Antonieta, Danton y Robespierre, entre tantos otros.
En 1836 fue emplazado en el centro de la misma el obelisco Luxor, de 3.200 años de antiguedad.-
Desde esta plaza pueden observarse increibles vistas de los Campos Eliseos y del Arco de Triunfo.-

Carafe d' Eau


You don't need to order bottled water in restaurants. You can order tap water and save alot of money if you want. The restaurants will provide it to you if you ask for it. Just remember to ask for either "l' eau robinet" or "un carafe d' eau". You will get a cold bottle or a true carafe of water.

Je parle le francais un petit


Je parle le francais un petit (I speak a little French)

You don't need to know fluent French in order to get around in Paris. I think not knowing French scares alot of tourists but this intimidation is unfounded really.

I believe it's because the French are very proud of their language and really they do not visit other countries and expect the natives to speak French to them. Therefore, they expect visitors to reciprocate.

Believe it or not, a simple "Bonjour madame" or a "Bonsoir monsieur" will be appreciated and you will find that the Parisians open up more to you. Be sure to say these greetings when entering any store, hotel, restaurant, anywhere. It is a matter of politesse too. The French are very formal and polite so they expect that you should be polite as well.

Do not ever launch into any conversation in English immediately. Instead politely ask "Bonjour madame/monsieur, parle vous Anglais?". Most times the person does know English but if not will be glad to help you out in any way he/she can. But not if you are rude and expect him/her to speak English to you immediately-you might receive a chilly reaction!


by solopes

Many years ago, I stood a few days in one of the hotels in Caumartin St. I kept the idea that it was an ugly neighborhood, close to some of the really beautiful many things of Paris. I stood there again recently and... surprise! Meandering in those "hidden" streets, closed to traffic, I found another reality: A beautiful quarter, with fancy restaurants, statues, and a peaceful ambiance, in contrast with the rush of the main avenues.

Wrong idea in the first impressions, or an excellent work in space rehabilitation?


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