Standard Design

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

29 rue Taillandiers, Paris, 75011, France
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
21%
34
Very Good
52%
82
Average
16%
26
Poor
6%
10
Terrible
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5

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  • Couples76
  • Solo77
  • Business72

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train from Basel to Paris

by jkbansal

I am buying tickets from Basel to Paris from RAILEUROPE site.
Is it possible to buy the tickets on INERNET and have the tickets printed instead of getting delivered at my residence in home country India?
Can i have the reserved tickets from station in Switzerland?
Can somebody advice please.

Re: train from Basel to Paris

by leics

Raileurope is not a train operator, it is a ticketing agency. It charges commission on fares and does not list all departures. It is best to avoid using Raileurope wherever possible; it is not a train operator, and the official railway websites of most European countries offer online purchase in English.

Buy your tickets through the official Swiss railway website at

http://www.sbb.ch/en/

The site is in English.

You will be able to collect your tickets from Basel station, or have them delivered to your home for an additional fee.

Re: train from Basel to Paris

by Maryimelda

Thee's really no need to book in advance at all unless you really want to. Just turn up at Basel and buy a ticket when you are ready to travel. You could check for advance specials on the SBB website. It's easy enough to follow.

Re: train from Basel to Paris

by K_V_B

For The Basel - Paris trains I would advice to book in advance. These trains are one of the few that actually do sell out, as SNCf (and SBB) greatly underestimated how popular this route would become.
More trains for the route have been ordered, but they won't be running for another couple of years. So in the mean time it's best to book in advance for these trains, and do this on www.sbb.ch.

Travel Tips for Paris

Great shops, great food, few tourists

by twood1

Visiting cities just for its museums and historical buildings is important and fun to do, but you always need alternative things to do so you don't get bored. All of Paris is interesting to walk around in, but I especially recomment the Marais area. It's somewhat the equivalent of Greenwich Village in NYC. The little boutiques that line the streets have unique things to offer, clothes and doodads that you won't find in brand name stores. It's worth spending an afternoon strolling here, even if you just sit at a cafe and watch people walk by. You should not skip out on lunch or dinner here, where you will eat the best falafels you've ever tasted (in Europe at least). Take it to go and keep walking -- you'll burn off the calories and enjoy the best of Paris that much more.

Montamartre - Prepare For Your Portrait

by Mikebb

After visiting Sacre-Coeur we walked for a few minutes until we came to the famous Montmartre Square where artists have gathered for centuries. During the 20th century it was the home of many famous artists and poets who led Bohemian lifestyles.

The Place du Terte, the main square, is crowded with artists and tourists, many people being there to soak up the atmosphere, others there to have their portrait by an unknown artist, and the smarter ones come to have coffee at one of the cafes overlooking the square, and observe the goings on in comfort.

Lovely Walk Champs-Elysées

by Imbi

If you have time and energy then enjoy this walk. Champs-Elysées from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde and take a look in the shops and restaurants along the way.The Place de la Concord is one of the world's largest and most beautiful squares. During the Revolution, around 2800 people were beheaded by the guillotine located here. The obelisk in the middle of the square is from the 13th century B.C. and came a temple at Thebes (near the present town of Luxor).

FOOD and FILM NOIR

by Lady_Mystique

Follow the mist from the Seine that drifts into the city just before dawn, clinging to bridges and lampposts---start early to capture Paris at its famed black-and-white best.

Begin your day with a visit to the neighborhood bakery that spins out warm, flaky treats each morning, and enjoy these tasty delicacies all day, or lunch on a sandwich of apples, brie, and sweet walnuts at the zoo in the Jardin des Plantes.

Spend a rainy afternoon (you're sure to have at least one) taking tea in a 'salon de thé' and then while away the evening in a piano bar, sipping a whiskey and listening to Piaf impersonators.

Or, you might try lunch at a bistro---you won't be disappointed; beautifully trimmed with brass, these neighborhood locales serve up well-sauced plats and fine red wines.
Paris will still be there waiting for you after your meal.

Europe's capital of culture, the city has more movie theaters and film festivals than any other on earth.
You might be fortunate enough to catch Henri-Georges Clouzot's "Quai des Orferes," a detective thriller that won Clouzot the best director prize at the 1947 Venice Film Festival.
The real delight of this 'film noir' is in its mood and atmosphere. From the seedy music halls of Menilmonant to the dank police headquarters of the Quai des Orferes, it captures the underbelly of post-World War II Paris in the most glorious black and white you've ever seen.
But...if you miss this one, there are always others....this IS Paris, after all.

Packing List

by josie13

You've really got to take comfortable walking shoes with you to Paris. The first time I visited Paris was on business and all I had were high-heeled shoes. Since it was December my feet were freezing cold and sore from the 'sight-seeing' I tried to get done during my hours out of meetings.
However I was well-prepared last summer and each step I made reminded me of how sad I was the last time due to uncomfortable shoes !

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Address: 29 rue Taillandiers, Paris, 75011, France