Tingis Hotel

2, rue Emile Level, Paris, 75017, France
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Transportation in Paris from airport CDG to station Paris Nord

by Deedee99

What is the quickest and economical option you suggest?? The date for this "trip" is 8.7.2010, it's Thursday. I have 2 hours between flying in with train and leaving with train to Lille. Is that enough? I can still change the hour of train departure.

Do you think that 8 hours (on the return trip) is enough to se the center of Paris? Yea, I know, it is just to have a glimpse of the city. Coming to P Nord , going to to CDG,

how long would it take to come from P Nord to the center? Metro line no.??
how long would it take to come from center to CDG? Metro, bus line no.??

BTW, I am traveling on Sunday, 11.7.2010.

Thank you in advance, I really need your help as I have never been to Paris and I currently live in a city with population 300.000, small one....:)

Sabina

Re: Transportation in Paris from airport CDG to station Paris Nord

by johngayton

RER B takes you direct to Gare du Nord with a journey time of about 35 minutes with a e/w fare of about 8 and a half Euros. Trains run roughly every 20 minutes.

If you have only 2 hours between your scheduled landing and catching the train from Gare du Nord it could be a bit tight especially as CDG is a big airport and if you have checked luggage to pick up.

Re: Transportation in Paris from airport CDG to station Paris Nord

by Roadquill

You should give yourself a little more time. It has taken us almost an hour to get through customs and pick up our baggage. Then you have to allow time to find the escalator that goes down to the station, find the ticket machine , buy the ticket (you only need your ATM or cash card), go down to the train tracks and, hopefully there won't be a long wait. I have never waited more than 5 minutes. Then it is another 30 minutes to Gare du Nord. Then you have to find out exactly were the Lille track is. Everything would have to work out perfect for you to catch the train in 2 hours. And if the plane is a little late ???

Re: Transportation in Paris from airport CDG to station Paris Nord

by K_V_B

If Lille is your destination I'd first look in to trains directly from CDG to Lille. This would save you a lot of hassle. If you're staying in Lille you can easily visit Paris from there at leasure on a day trip.

Travel Tips for Paris

Paris Visite Pass and Carte musýes et monuments

by astro_kerryn

The Museum Pass

Carte musýes et monuments provides free access, without waiting, to the permanent collections of 60 museums and monuments, one of which is the Louvre museum.
It is on sale under the pyramid, in the other museums and monuments concerned, in all main metro stations and at the Paris Tourist Information Office.
1 day : 18 euros
3 days : 36 euros
5 days : 54 euros

Paris Visite

Paris Visite is a travel card pass enabling you to use all the public transport services. It is the best way to get around Paris and its region! The Paris Visite pass consists of a travelcard and its ticket. It provides unlimited rides on the transport system of the ýle-de-France region: Metro, RER (express regional trains), bus, tramway, suburban Transilien SNCF trains, funiculaire de Montmartre, Montmartrobus, Noctambus, Optile bus system, within a given fare zone (from 1-3, 1-5 to 1-8).

Popular destinations include: Disneyland Resort Paris (zone 5), Chýteau de Versailles (zone 4), Charles de Gaulle (zone 5) and Orly (zone 4) airports.

Paris Visite comes in 1, 2, 3, or 5 consecutive days versions.

It is good from the first day of use (not from the date of purchase) until the last consecutive day. You may buy Paris Visite in advance and save time avoiding last minute lines.

You also get other freebies and discounts thrown in. Check out http://www.ratp.fr/ParisVisite/Eng/Voy_q/f_travel_pariv.htm

Lunch with the birds

by rexvaughan

There are so many options for eating and drinking in Paris, but one that deserves emphasis is picnics. On this day, we picked up cheese, fruit, bread, Orangina and some chocolates. We were staying on rue Cler, so were just around the corner from the Eiffel Tower and its huge park. We found a nice park bench and enjoyed the fine day, good food, people watching and this little beggar that was hungry enough to eat out of my hand. This is a great way to enjoy another dimension of Paris and there are so many wonderful parks and public places to picnic. Also, you are usually not far from some kind of store selling basic food items. The whole point is the picnic, not the cuisine although it is hard to beat a good baguette and good French cheese!

BEST CAFES in PARIS for you and me

by nygaston

Le JARDIN DE VARENNES
77 rue de Varennes
Metro Varennes
10am-5pm

Cafe MARLY
Louvres Museum
Metro Louvres
8am-1am

CAFE BEAUBOURG
Metro LES HALLES

MUSEE D'ORSAY
Metro Solferino

CAFE BIBLIOTHEQUE
Metro Bibliotheque Francois Miterrand

CAFE DE FLORE
172 Bd Saint Germain
Metro Saint Germain des pres
Tel 01 45 48 55 26
8am-2am

LE SOUFFLOT
16 rue Soufflot
Nearby La Sorbonne
Jardin du Luxembourg
RER Luxembourg

Also 'Musée National du...

by Puffin

Also 'Musée National du Moyen-Age Thermes de Cluny' is beautiful. Everyone who is interested in medieval history can't leave Paris without visting this museum.
The most famous collection of this museum are the 5 wall carpets with unicorn. Each carpet symbolize one of the five senses.
http://www.paris.org/Musees/Cluny/

Leather Boots of all Persuasions

by BeatChick

Leather boots are a favorite of women during the winter months as they serve the dual function of keeping feet warm & dry while also looking fashionable. As stated before, this was in response to the age-old question of what they're wearing in Paris. THIS is what they're wearing in Paris. Basically, people seem to wear what they like, the things they feel best express themselves. Thankfully, fashion in Paris is not so rigid that there is a code of what one must wear in order to fit in. But the message stated here is do dress nicely and do dress what pleases you.

Here they're wearing lace-up boots, buckled boots, funky two-toned boots, boots with skirts, with pants, with capris, jeans tucked in, and even the fashionista pointy-toed ones like I saw on the young pretty Asian woman in the Metro.

Photos: February 2006

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Address: 2, rue Emile Level, Paris, 75017, France