The Métro opened on 19 July 1900 and is still the best for getting around. Individual Métro ticket is around € 1,20. It worth to buy a packet of 10 tickets (Carnet).
I love the Metro! I had the best time just getting to know the system and becoming familiar with the different stations!
not so clean , still crowded, but the cheaper and the quicker
take care about pickpockets
day ticket : around 5.9 euros
week ticket (you need a pic)
One of the easiest ways of getting round Paris is by the underground railway , the only drawback is that you don't get to see the sights.
Métro - never more than 1000 metres from any spot in Paris - forms an important part of daily life. Built in 1900, some of the original Art Nouveau entrances designed by Hector Guimard
...Fortunately, I had a long layover, I was (and am) fluent in French, and I was somewhat familiar with the Paris metro from a trip there 4 years earlier.
This is the metro (subway) tunnel entrance on the Ile de la Cité. The Metro is the best way to get around this large city, and it is reasonably priced: $14 for a week pass.
The subway! I am in love with subways. It is a great way to transport yourself quickly through a city. So far I have seen the London, Paris an New York subways.
The best way to get around in Paris is absolutely 'Le Metro'. It is cheap, fast and brings you about everywhere.
The Metro. If you're in central Paris, you can walk around for hours--if you go to the outer arrondisments, then you'll have to get on the Metro.
Or you could ride around in the small cars...
Subways and RER are a little bit confusing but it is the easy way to travel into Paris. You must always keep a map with you.
In some Paris Metro station you might even catch a miniture classico music concert.
Surely the Metro!!! In the map, you can see the famous spots near the station. French drivers are quite notorious, so best way to moving around is Subway, definitely.
Subway system is well facilited and it's quite convenient to get almost any place by them.
You may buy ten tickets once for convenience.
In Paris, the train system (the 'tube') is extremely efficient (similar to the MTR in Hong Kong). You could walk from one station to another.