Villathena 2

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

5 rue Mirabeau, Paris, 75016, France
Villathena 2
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paris metro zones

by rchitekt

RATP site says that one can travel on metro and RER within Paris but does not specify zones. So in which zones the "T" ticket is valid? Can I use it to go to see the arch at La Defense or do I need a different ticket.

How much will be the ticket price for going to Poissy from Montparnasse using metro and RER or metro and SNCF train from St. Lazare.

Re: paris metro zones

by puerto_lover

Please look at the web site again as it should have your answers.
For example t+ Fares applying from July 1st 2009 are (in Euros) :

1 ticket 1,60
Sale of ticket aboard buses 1,70
Carnet of 10 tickets full fare 11,60
Carnet of 10 tickets reduced fare 5,80

Poissy is in Zone 5 - se the map on the RATP site.

or specifically here:

And I quote from the same RATP site:

The t+ ticket enables the customer to travel on:

* the whole of the metro and the Montmartre funicular
* the RER (RATP and SNCF) within Paris
* the RATP buses in Paris and the suburbs (except for lines with special fares)
* and to make connections on the whole of the metro and the RER in Paris as the t ticket did
* and use the Noctilien network (of night buses) without connections, in accordance with the specific fare system on the Noctilien network

The t+ ticket brings in a more extensive service with a new functionality:

* the possibility of making bus/bus and bus/tram connections.
* "connection" means transferring from one bus line to another.

How do you use it ?
Ticket t+

After validating it every time you board a bus or tram, you have an hour and a half between the first validation and the last validation to make one or more connections.
The t+ ticket is sold singly (full fare) or in a carnet (full or reduced fare).

Be careful ! Aboard buses the drivers have a different ticket they sell which does not allow connections.

Travel Tips for Paris

Go to the little shops...

by Loulou18

Go to the little shops shattered all over the town.
You can really find exclusive things. You know: those which keep amazing people and makes them wonder where it comes from. The smell of fresh croissants in the morning.

Spent lots of time in...

by Razorart

Spent lots of time in Montmarte. Make sure it's not a very hot day, because you'll want to do *lots* of walking and take those famous picturesque steps!

Sacre Coeur is in this area. As are many interesting little shops and cafes and what appears to be an artists square where there are painters/sketchers who are more than willing to do your portrait.

This is my favorite neighborhood in Paris! Last June my friend and I were trying to find the elusive Salvadore Dali museum in Montemarte. We spent two hours walking around the neighborhood, up and down the steps. I'd even ask people in French/English, get and understand the directions, but *still* be unable to locate it!

Smells of Paris

by sabsi

The smells of the market at Place Monge - selling all kinds of exotic herbs and foods... wonderful!!! For me memories have a lot to do with smells -- Paris is the smell of markets for me, just as Berlin is the smell of the subway!

You can smell...ehm see more in my travelogue!

Finally, I just wanted to...

by Luis_Alberto

Finally, I just wanted to mentioned another couple of great museums in Paris, one is the Musee Carnavalet, and the other one is the Picasso Museum. The first one has a great exhibiton on the origins of Paris, and anything related to this city history. The Picasso Museum has a great collection of the master's paintings, that were left in Paris, by the Painter. The picture here is a beautiful sculpture at the Louvre Museum, in the hall of sculptures.

Visit Versailles city & Palace of Versailles

by longsanborn

Versailles, formerly the de-facto capital of France, is now a wealthy suburb of Paris and is still an important administrative and judicial center. The city (commune) of Versailles is located in the western suburbs of Paris, 17.1 km. (10.6 miles) from the center of Paris.

Versailles is made world-famous by the Château de Versailles (Palace of Versailles).


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Address: 5 rue Mirabeau, Paris, 75016, France