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The Air France bus from...
The Air France bus from airport Roissy-CDG to Gare Montparnasse is 13 euros. From Orly is less.
The weekly Carte Orange (hebdomadaire) sold at the Gares and larger metro stations gives you access to unlimited rides in Metro, buses and urban trains (RER) inside Paris for just 18 euros, from monday to sunday. Bring a small picture to attach to the identification card they´ll give for you to assemble and which you have to show to bus drivers.
From Charles de geau...
From Charles de geau Airport
the best cheapest way is to go by roissey shuttle
just 48 ff to Opera the central of paris
and the shuttle will be every 15 minutes
By rouge bus
125 ff for 2 days
non -limited up and down each day
with 8 important places all arounf paris
including Eiffel Tower and Louver Museum !!!!!
Paris Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle...
Paris Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle Airport Info >>> : Located 23km (14m) northeast of Paris. Terminals 1, 2 and 9 are linked by free shuttle buses.
Information and help desks: Terminal 1 has information desks on the Departures level, at exits 34 and 36, and on the Arrivals level at exits 34 and 36. Terminal 2 has information desks at halls A, B, C, D, F (levels 0 and 2). Terminal 9 has desks at Arrivals and Departures. The information desks also offer a special welcome service for disabled passengers.
A taxi to the city centre will take around 45 minutes; the airport also offers a chauffeur-driven limousine service (tel:1 40 71 84 62). The Airport Shuttle is a door-to-door minibus service which takes around 1h 15 mins.
By plane: most international...
By plane: most international flights land in CDG airport, located north of Paris. Somewhat of a piece of art in itself.
Orly airport, located south of Paris, mostly greet European, North African and Easterner travelers. Very chaotic, however and not as user-friendly as CDG.
From both airports, shuttles can drop people off in the city (usually several different stops, pretty mush covering the major landmarks) for around FRF 40 per person.
Public transportation is also accesible from both airports, but don't forget about rush hours if you wish to use it - nothing's worse than being cramped in a subway, sweaty from carrying suitcases and uncomfortable from people's stares for daring to enter the subway with luggage during rush hours!
Once in the city, several options are available to you: you can either buy a 'carnet de tickets' which contains 10 tickets, or one of the many tourist passes available. There are also regular monthly (from the first to the 31st of each month), weekly (from monday morning to sunday evening) and daily passes called 'carte orange' which are made of a free little orange card on which a passport size photo must placed as well as your name. A little plastic slip will be given to you with your free card and your purchased pass in which you must put them, this preventing easy losses.
If you choose to buy a carnet de tickets, remember to always keep your used ticket when still in the metro, as random check are always being done, and no ticket = big fine!
As for using the metro itself, always look up the directions. All the lines are color and number or letter coded, but making sure to take the right direction to go to a specific metro stop really is the trick. To find your direction, look at the end of the line your stop is on, making sure to take the right direction just by also looking up where you are at.
Once figured out, it really is very easy!
Roissy/Charles de Gaulle23...
Roissy/Charles de Gaulle
23 kilometres north east of Paris near the village of Roissy-en-France is Charles de Gaulle airport. The largest airport serving Paris, it has two terminals, the second of which is split into terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, and 2D.
Air France Bus
(Tel. 41 56 89 00 for recorded message in French and English) Leaves every 15-20 minutes during the hours of 5h40 - 23h and deposits passengers at Porte Maillot, Etoile/Place Charles de Gaulle, or Gare Montparnasse. Travel time of about 25 minutes if traffic is clear; an hour or more during rush hours. Cost around 40F. There is also a direct bus to Orly Airport.
An RER/TGV station now serves the airport directly. Trains leave every 15 minutes during the hours of 5h30 - 23h30 to downtown (see RER map). Travel time is 35 minutes to Gare du Nord. Cost around 35F.
(Tel. 48 04 18 24 for information). Departs every 15 minutes between Roissy Terminal 2 and Opéra during the hours of 5h45 - 23h. Average travel times is 45 minutes. Cost 30F.
South of Paris (14 kilometres) near the town of Orly is Orly Airport. It has two terminals refered to as Orly-Sud (Orly South) and Orly-Ouest (Orly West).
Air France Bus
(Tel. 41 56 89 00 for recorded message in French and English) Leaves every 15-20 minutes from during the hours of 5h40 - 23h and deposit passengers at Gare d'Austerlitz, Gare Montparnasse, or Gare St-Michel. Travel times of about 25 minutes. Cost roughly 40F. There is also a direct bus to Roissy Airport.
Service to and from Denfert-Rochereau Métro/RER stop (bus is next to the RER stop). Departs every 15 minutes; expect about 45 minutes travel time. Cost is 30F.
Bus service to Villejuif Louis Aragon Métro stop. Regular departures and similar travel times to those of Orlybus. Cost is around 25F.
Frequent connection to Antony RER stop. This conductorless train is the most expensive way into Paris from Orly; roughly 45F.
I took a plane to Charles De...
I took a plane to Charles De Gaulle airport from Sweden and then, the metro to the city. Very convenient!
If you are staying for long, do purchase the CARTE ORANGE and remember to bring a photo with you because the card requires you to put a photo on it (some sort like an ID). Visit this website for more details
By plane I've choosen for...
By plane I've choosen for Charles De Gaulle airport in Roissy ... it's quite easy to get in the town center just getting tickets for the RER which is a sort of 'fast train' or 'special underground' ... be careful cause it is not really easy to understand all different meanings and codes about public transportation in Paris.
In the pic: where it all begins if you go Paris by flights ... the RER station within the airport ...
If you need a TAXI no problem ! they're not so expensive even if sometimes drivers are a little bit rude ...
Flew in from Luton to CDG Airport
I caught the Easyjet evening flight from London Luton airport to CDG. Very simple procedure at both ends and at a low cost I shall be using them again.
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BUS 351 from CDG to PARIS - NATION
from CDG AIRPORT
To Paris Nation
Metro Lines 2, 6, 9, 1
RER Line A
Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Price: 3 tickets
BUS 350-351 FROM CDG AIRPORT TO PARIS
You may use 2 busses:
Bus 350 to Gare de l'Est or gare du Nord
Bus 351 to Nation or Vincennes
Duration= 60 to 90 minutes
Prices = 3 tickets or 3 Euros
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By car from Europe or fly to...
By car from Europe or fly to Charles-de-Gaulle Airport!
Don´t take your car, use the Metro! It will bring you everywhere! Driving in Paris is funny! It´s caotic most of the times....
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