Exclusive Hotel Courcelles Etoile

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184, rue de Courcelles, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France
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For Paris Specialists... :]

by edvin_br


Next week I'm travelling from Tel Aviv to Montreal and I have a connection in Paris. I arrive to Charles De Gaulle airport but I depart to Montreal from Orly airport. It's a weekday and I have about 6 hours between the flights. I wanted to ask your recmmendation for the best way to get from C.D.G to Orly. Is it bus, taxi or the metro? And is there a way that I can stop in the city center for a very short visit to take a look at the landmarks of Paris or 6 hours is not enough time?

Thanks in advance


Re: For Paris Specialists... :]

by pfsmalo

Personally I feel that with 6 hours you can have a quick look in the centre without straying too far from the RER. From CDG take the RER B line to Chatelet. From there you can have a quick walk to Notre Dame, seeing on the way La Conciergerie, Tour St. Jacques and the river. From Notre Dame a short walk through the square Viviani, rue Galande and rue de la Huchette will give you a taste of the Latin Quarter. You'll then come out on Blvd St. Michel where you can pick up the RER B again to Anthony and then change for the Orlyval to the airport. I wouldn't take the time to actually visit anything but this walk will give you a few photo-ops without taking too much time. Others will certainly come up with more good ideas, but be careful of straying too far from the RER.

Re: For Paris Specialists... :]

by Beausoleil

Excellent advice above. You can get connections at http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/guide-connection-flight/guide-connection-flight.htm

Click on where you are landing and then on where you are leaving and you will get directions from CDG to Orly. If you take the RER option, you can easily follow psmalo's instructions above and get a lovely look at part of Paris. Be sure to leave yourself enough time to get through security at Orly, though, as it is a bit more chaotic than CDG. The Square Viviani mentioned by psmalo has the best view of Notre Dame you will see. It is amazing.

Have fun.

Re: For Paris Specialists... :]

by hawkhead

What happens to your luggage? Or do you travel with only hand-luggage?

Re: For Paris Specialists... :]

by dan-2001

If you have a lot of luggage it won't be much fun walking around the streets - however, if you only have a light bag it is definitely worth to stop in Paris even for a couple of hours, especially if you haven't been there before. You can still get a glimpse, a feel and maybe next time you'll have more time.

Re: For Paris Specialists... :]

by edvin_br

First of all thanks for the help everyone!

now that I think about it, the luggage will be a bit uncomfortable. It would be the best if I can find a tour bus that passes there... do you know about something like this?

Travel Tips for Paris

Discover Paris walking!

by malihas

i walked everywhere!! this was my first trip solo to any country and even though i only know little french, i was able to walk and enjoy my trip throughout this beautiful old city!
These are my must-see sites:
1. pere lachaise cemetary
2. walk the entire louvre/palais royal/etc. stretch along the river siene (i didn't want to waste my hour taking the pont neuf cruise..i walked it instead... took me about 8 hours because i kept getting distracted by the life, shops, restaurants)
3. Kong bar ...it's on the 5th floor of the Kenzo boutique at 9 rue pont neuf...it's beautiful
4. the opera (my favourite paris site)
5. versailles
6. louvre (i took about 4 hours to enjoy all i wanted to)
7. rue belleville/rue menilmontant/rue oberkampf... these are all in the same locality gives u a good idea of paris and the mix of cultures
8. shopping in the latin quarter
9. parc buttes chaumont (take a lunch and your MP3 walkman and enjoy this place)
10. notredame cathedral


by rickyvilla81

I love Montmartre. There are fabulous views from up here, and the Sacre-Coeur is a brilliant white church in the sun. It's an artists area, always has been, and the creative vibe flows from every pang. But it is naturally also very seedy - here can be found the red-lights and hushed doorways of La Pigalle, inclkuding the World-famous cabaret palace, Le Moulin Rouge.

Opera House. One of the...

by eladr

Opera House. One of the imperssive building i ever seen. This building is located in one of the crowded areas in paris. (opera metro station) It's also very close to my hotel(see accomendation tips)

The Louvre, ofcourse !

by Kozzmozz

The Louvre, ofcourse !
Here you can find the famous ´Mona Lisa´ painted by Leonardo Da Vinci. It is the most important piece of art of the museum....But you also have to see the other paintings, they are just as beautiful as the Mona....

Some good packing ideas (besides the obvious)...

by Voyageuse30

This is just my humble opinion, but try to blend in with the crowd, instead of wearing loud flashy clothing (such as neon windbreakers, baseball caps and colorful tennis shoes- typical American casual wear). Just dress neutrally.
It's always better, I think, to blend in instead of looking like a person who is obviously NOT from the area. It's better for your own safety, and maybe people will even mistake you for a local. :-) Bring any specific medications you need. If you happen to catch a cold or flu during your stay in Paris (like I did,bummer!), you can go to the pharmacies (marked with a lit green cross) and find over-the-counter medications to help you out. The pharmacists know their stuff. Film is expensive in Paris. Bring a digital camera or your own film. The photo is of the map I use when getting around Paris. It hasn't failed me yet.
Most major bookstores sell it.


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