Les Jardins D Alesia

34 Rue Alesia, Paris, 75014, FR
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buses

by superpop

can anyone tell me if i can get a bus from gare du nord station. direct to argentine station. or near. or could you advise me on how to find out about bus routes etc. we are looking for an alternative to the metro. as ive said before its our first visit.and as we are in our seventies are trying to make it as easy and pleasent as possible. thank you all in advance. superpop

Re: buses

by cgf

I like the bus instead the métro in Paris not during rush hours, this trip it would be about 20 minutes, maybe more and I'm not sure any bus from gare du nord would go close to Argentine so you've to walk a little, not nice with luggage. Why don't you consider the RER B and then RER A, changing train at Chatelet-Les Halles? all trip should be less then 10 minutes you'll be at Argentine station.
soon someone from Paris would tell you better

Re: buses

by Beausoleil

You can take bus #30 in the direction of Trocadero. That should get you to very near Argentine. Tell the driver where you want to get off. I might be a good idea to tell a nearby passenger and ask for help until you know your stops. We've found people very helpful. BTW, the Metro tickets are good on the buses.

The following web site is the Metro web site, but if you type in your starting and ending point (choose address or station), you can also choose your method of transportation. Simply choose "bus or tram" and you will get the bus route. This may be a good idea to check since you can put in your actual address and perhaps get better directions. Do put in the time because the schedules change as it gets late.

http://www.ratp.info/touristes/index.php?rub=reperer&cat=itineraires&page=itineraires&langue=en

Re: buses

by pedroswift

You can supplement the instructions given on the page suggested by Beausoleil with a map of the bus routes derived from the same page....go to the menu bar select "finding your way" and in the drop down menu select the "interactive map"...enter the site and you have a choice of transport modes including bus. I'm sure you will soon adapt to using both bus , train and metro once you get to Paris and either pick up free city transport maps or purchase a booklet of plans such as "Le petit parisien".

Re: buses

by pfsmalo

Just to give you a little more info. Beausoleil is correct for the no. 30 bus. You pick this up at the stop at no. 100 blvd Magenta, 3 mins walk to your right as you come out of Gare du Nord. Ask the driver to drop you at the stop just before the Arc de Triomphe on Avenue Wagram. It is then 6 mins walk to Argentine metro station.

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