PV-Holidays Adagio City Aparthotel Montmartre Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10 Place Charles Dullin, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75018, France
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  • Couples74
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Best form of transport from Paris Est to Paris Austerlitz

by heriany

Hi,

I need to catch a train from Paris Austerlitz @2037hrs to Barcelona. How far the distance from Paris Est and what is the best form of transport.

Thanks in advance!

Re: Best form of transport from Paris Est to Paris Austerlitz

by Beausoleil

You have an easy trip. From Gare de l'Est take Metro line #5 in the direction of Place d'Italie and get off at Gare d'Austerlitz. It's about the 8th stop. You can watch the stations and match them to the map above each door of the subway so you know when your station is coming up. It's all very easy to see. The cost is one Metro ticket or 1.70 euros.

Enjoy Paris.

Re: Best form of transport from Paris Est to Paris Austerlitz

by puerto_lover

As Beau says the Metro Line 5 is easy. I love the Interactive Map showing the Paris Metro and think it is one of the best tools !

http://www.ratp.fr/plan-interactif/carteidf.php?lang=uk

Travel Tips for Paris

Moulin Rouge Worth the Splurge? YES!

by TravellerMel

I have to respectfully disagree (to a point) with the previous posters... First off, I don't think I paid nearly that much when I went. You don't have to do dinner there. In fact, I recommend that you eat elsewhere and just do the "show only", which is much cheaper and comes with a 1/2 bottle of champagne. Please understand, it is still expensive. I think I paid something like $80E for a show, which at that time was still about $100USD.

I saw "Feerie" in 2007, and I was enthralled. I've seen many Broadway shows and this was on par with the best of them. The music, the dancing... I don't speak French, but the comedy and artistry was still very clear.

That being said, it was very crowded and hot inside. When I first arrived, I did not think I was going to enjoy it at all. But once the show started, for me at least, I was captivated by the show and highly recommend it.

Paris Tip

by cincin

I just love the buildings in paris. There are countless nice buildings w/ so much history which make paris such a magical place. The general atmosphere of the city is very relaxing, w/ so many cafe in every street corner packed w/ tourists and locals alike.

Things I didn't get around to

by Dabs

It never seems like enough time in Paris, here's what is left for the next visit

Catacombs
Musee Jacquemart-Andre
Tour of the inside of Opera Garnier
Walking tour of Le Marais
Vaux le Vicompte
Fountainbleu
Chartres Itinerary 8/5-8/8/08

Tuesday leave London 16:25, arrive Paris 19:47
Wednesday Versailles, walked around Paris, dinner in the Latin Quarter
Thursday Invalides, Orangerie, Decorative Arts Museum, Musee d'Orsay, dinner on rue Cler
Friday tower of Notre Dame, chocolate bliss at Angelina's, leave 17:43, arrive London 18:59

Louvre

by veigapaula

Cannot be commented by anyone that has not been there yet. The architecture and the contents are all exquisite.

The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day except Tuesday and the following holidays: January 1st, May 1st, August 15th and December 25th, 2006.
It is open until 9:45 p.m. on Wednesday and Friday evening.
Admission to the Louvre is free on the first Sunday of every month.

The tickets can be purchased on vending machines, with credit card, on the same day as you visit. To buy in advance(and there are no queues) you can go to fnac or the site online for Louvre.

Toilets

by GUYON

It may be a vulgar topic but also a practical concern.
The solutions :
* PUBLIC LAVATORY : there is a sign (generally not free, some in the metro stations).
* TRAIN STATIONS (idem);
* MUSEUMS (but often after the entrance);
* DEPARTMENT STORES : at the ground floor ;
* PUBLIC PARKINGS : at the -1 floor (generally free). If you do not find them ask the cashier, he does not check your parking ticket
* SANISETTE (small booths on the footpaths as shown on the photograph. Now free in Paris -
See : http://www.atkielski.com/inlink.html?/PhotoGallery/Paris/General/SanisetteSmall. tml);
* FAST FOODS (if there is a code on the toilet lock, find a ticket from a customer : there is the code on it OR wait at the door),
* Enter in a crowdy COFFEE SHOP and go directly to the toilets.
The free toilets can be dirty and the paying ones are sometimes not clean.
The staff (in French : Dame Pipi) is often rude.
I advice you, as an example, to try the managing director of the toilets which are at the bottom of Sacre Coeur, on the right. You would be lucky if you don't understand French.

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Address: 10 Place Charles Dullin, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75018, France