Mercure Paris Wagram Arc de Triomphe

3 rue Brey, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France
Mercure Paris Wagram Arc de Triomphe
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CDG Airport transfer

by Purush

I need to travel from Charenton Le Pont to CDG Airport on a Thursday morning at 6.00 AM with 2 kids. What would you suggest as the fastest, cheapest and convenient mode to reach the Airport ? And approx. time taken ?

Any idea from which terminal the KLM Flight for Amsterdam leaves ?

Will the trains be crowded at that time to get in and get out with luggage ?

How long the Metro halts at a station ?

Re: CDG Airport transfer

by Beausoleil

At that hour of the morning with children and luggage, I'd take an airport shuttle. It may cost a bit more since you are outside the Peripherique but it would be worth it. We have used Paris Blue Shuttle a few times for early morning flights and have been very satisfied with their service. Here's the web site: http://www.paris-blue-airport-shuttle.fr/order_en.php

Enjoy your trip.

Re: CDG Airport transfer

by Jeannette1

With 2 children and luggage, I would take a cab. You can figure out the difference between a taxi and the shuttle and I bet the taxi won't be that much higher.
Jeannette

Re: CDG Airport transfer

by pfsmalo

Both good answers above, much better at that time than the metro, where you'll have to go into Paris before coming back out. From Charenton, a quick nip along the periph' to Porte de Bagnolet and then the A3 and A1 to CDG. Probably somewhere between 30/40 mins at that time of the morning. Of course there's no way of knowing now whether they'll not be an accident or roadworks.

Re: CDG Airport transfer

by Purush

Dear All

Thanks to all of you for all priceless advices. I took a cab for the Airport and in fact it costed me less than the blue Bus. For 2 adults n 2 kids I paid 60 Euros. I am sure it was a good deal.

Many thanks for making my trip really hassle free, except that I am yet to get refund of my SNCF/ TGV tickets.

Regards

Travel Tips for Paris

A better option than a Tourist map...

by GuyNoir

I see this all the time...a tourist with a large fold-out map on the street. A better way to not be targeted as a tourist is one of the several map books that the Parisians use.

You can get them here at many magazine stands and at all book stores.

You often see Parisians pulling out a little red book when they are looking for a new store that they haven't been to or looking for a resturant that they've heard of. It is much more descreet, fits in your pocket, and has blow-ups of each arrondisment (Listed on all the corner street signs) and has EVERY street listed in an easy to look-up index in the front.

The one I use is called "Paris Classique" and on the bottom it says "L'Indespensable" and has a metro map in the front cover. It seems to be the most common one I see the Parisians carrying.

Hope this helps! Picnicking on a summer night on Pont des Arts...Candles, Wine, friends.

You have to see it...

by ncoutroulis

I love the Eiffel Tower. It's really an archetectual masterpeice, and to think they we're originally going to tear it down after the world's fair. I'm really glad they left it, even if it is just a tourist attaction now.

Lining up at the Louvre

by bakpakchik

An endless snake of human bodies. In weird outfits. With maps in hand. They photographed much better than the building of hte Louvre ... of which I have about a dozen horrible pictures, none of which i will bother putting up.

Fete de la Musique

by Stasigrace

We got to be in town for this once-a-year music festival. All of Paris pours into the streets and musicians of all ages and skill levels (!) play all over the city all day.

There are really nice organized concerts (we saw a medieval music group at the Cluny Museum of the Middle Ages and a turntablist with a Salvation Army Band--don't ask--in front of the St. George Fountain). The most popular one we went to was the group Gotan Project, a really cool techno band. That concert was in the Palais Royale--a gorgeous location--and it was packed because it was FREE!

If you are in Paris during this time, be aware that it wil be really crowded. But if you're a music lover, you couldn't ask for a more wonderful, unique experience!

Essential for a Paris visitor

by tomerik

Remember that Paris is a very big city. As a visitor you will spend a lot of your time walking up and down stairs to different monuments, trying to sort out the complex metro system which consists of hundreds of kilometers of underground tunnels etc. It is therefore essential to have a good pair of walking shoes.
It will be well worth the investment.

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