Hotel Jardins du Luxembourg

5 impasse Royer Collard, 5th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75005, France
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Bus fare from Orly Airport to Central Paris

by boocik04

Hello VTers,

I'll be reaching Paris Orly airport around 1100 am and do not know which is more economical and faster, the public bus or the shuttle bus?

I was wondering if anyone can tell me the shuttle bus/bus fare from Orly aiport to Paris city centre?

Thanking all responses in advance. Have a nice day :-)

Re: Bus fare from Orly Airport to Central Paris

by leics

The Orlybus shuttle to Paris Denfert-Rocheau takes 20-30 minutes, and costs 6.30 euro one-way.

Bus 183 to Paris Choisy station takes about 50 minutes and costs 1.60 euro.

All bus timings will depend on traffic conditions, of course.

You can find information about buses and trains, stops, times and fares in English on the official airport website here:

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/Paris-Orly/Access/public-transport/

Re: Bus fare from Orly Airport to Central Paris

by Pomerol

Pedro gave you good avice. Take the RER. No delays, no hassle.

Re: Bus fare from Orly Airport to Central Paris

by boocik04

Thank you for your replies, everyone. They really help a lot :-)

Travel Tips for Paris

A bus ride

by Maline

To make sure you see lots of Paris, take the métro ramdomly and check out the beautiful places all over the city.
Another great and cheap way to see a lot is to take the regular buses during the less crowded hours. Ride all the way from start to end on a few of them and you will have seen a lot. plus, you get out whenever something looks nice, and the hop on the next bus. This tip is valid for most places, I know, but still so many people seem to forget to take the regular means of transportation, instead opting for an organized tour, which will be MUCH more expensive!

Take some time off to stroll...

by sheryl_tan

Take some time off to stroll in the parks. Parisians love parks and gardens. There are so many of them. Look out for the children playgrounds, sailboats in the ponds, and the statues there. You might even spot the famous 'Thinker', thinking in one of the gardens.

The old garden ~ Square Rene Viviani

by Jenniflower

We came to this garden a few times. It was quite central to the Latin Quarter, across the bridge from the beautiful Notre Dame etc. plus we loved it. It is uncommercialised, there are not crowds of people here, and it also happens to be the oldest garden in Paris :) It has the oldest tree in its garden too... there are pics about this tree under Local Customs.

A special thank you to BeatChick for telling me the name of this park! :)

Hello or Bonjour!

by delphetguy

Very often I read that the French are not sympas with the foreigners. Indeed, before asking your way, or of another information if you do not say "hello " or "bonjour" they will be unaware of you. There are two reasons:
- it is a pricipe of courtesy
- the Parisians are often requested in the street for cigarettes, money...
Then they prefer to ignore you.
When you live in the Champs Elysées area you cannot imagine how many times somebody asks you for his way!

Roller skating in Paris

by este70

For the people unable to attend the Friday roller skating event & want some general info about roller skating in Paris:
- a skater is considered a pedestrian, so you cannot skate on the main road & should do this on the pavement. I did skate on the main road, with no problems, as there are many separate biking lanes in Paris.
- the pavements are generally easy to skate on.
- touristic areas are crowded, so skating on the pavement becomes difficult/impossible.
- the Coulée Verte is nice to skate on
- there are some nice small hills ( Montmartre, etc ) in Paris to skate on

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Address: 5 impasse Royer Collard, 5th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75005, France