Paris Transportation

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  • 1. Métro

    Although I'm sure the buses are a much more scenic way to get around Paris, I am a big fan of the metro. The metro is Paris is quite extensive, the maps are easy to follow, and you know approximately...

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  • 2. Taxis

    I did not plan on riding a tuktuk in Paris but let myself be tempted when I witnessed expressions of delight on the faces of people coming off a tuktuk. I must confess, I had a great time. It may be a...

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  • 3. Buses

    If for some reason you can’t go by bicycle, for instance if you have a suitcase that is too big or heavy to be transported by bike, a good alternative is to take the bus. Within Paris you can use a...

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  • 4. Charles De Gaulle Airport

    you can contact the airline you are flying for the booking; or the airport directly Icare lounge in the sud terminal for about 30 euros per person here is more info in...

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  • 5. Driving

    Why not to try a Vespa tour of Paris ? With a guide and then by our own, it is a very pleasant way to discover Paris. Especially when you have a motorcycle license. A company called "Paris By Scooter"...

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  • 6. Seine

    We love the Batobus. It's a boat bus that plies the river Seine. It stops at eight different Paris tourist sites and gives access to many more. When we stay near the Eiffel Tower, we get our passes...

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  • 7. RER

    Until this trip I had only used the RER to get to Charles DeGaulle airport and to Versailles but we found that from our hotel that it was faster to get where we were going using the RER, there are...

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  • 8. Bicycle

    Paris is a big city and as such big traffic,nothing impossible do it all thetime but for those in eco mode, there is the bike, nice lanes and easy service available for a ride in the city. You have...

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  • 9. Walking

    Want to see Paris without the tour group but you're afraid of getting lost? Don't worry; do what the Parisians do. Use a small discreet booklet map. Paris taxi drivers use this map! I highly...

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  • 10. Eurostar

    My pennies input is on public transport take the eurostar direct disneyland to london pancreas http://www.eurostar.com/static/micro_site/eurostar_london_to_disneyland_paris.htm IN case the days are...

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  • 11. Beauvais Airport

    Airport Beauvais is low cats airport for Paris. It is host for rayanair, wizzair and blueair low cast airways companies. It is small regional airport 85 km north of Paris. For 13 eur (one way) you can...

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  • 12. TGV

    “I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” — Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Because the magazines on the TGV are commonplace (see photo #4), you...

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  • 13. Paris Shuttle

    Nightmare - they basically left us abandoned and took no responsibility for it. www.parisshuttleservice.com is to be avoided at all costs. Service level no better than criminals - It cost over 200...

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  • 14. RER B

    Trying to decide if you want a taxi, shuttle or train into Paris from the airport? I posted this on the Forum and it may help you consider. Someone asked if there was a problem booking a taxi....

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  • 15. Orly Airport

    When we inquired at the airport about getting into central Paris from Orly airport, they suggested the best way to get to our hotel in the 5th Arr. was taking the Orly Bus to Denfert-Rochereau where...

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  • 16. Flying

    Paris Beauvais may have a rich cultural avionic heritage, but in the modern era it is a little airport servicing four or five low-cost airlines, including Ryanair (of course). At least this means...

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  • 17. Trains

    Well now living outside the Paris region, my business and old nostalgia takes meParis often and this is the route from my new home in Auray, Morbihan, Brittany France, to Paris Montparnasse, passing...

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  • 18. Air France Bus

    If you are travelling alone or with only one other person, a great way to get from CDG to Paris is on the Air France Shuttle. The Shuttle has four lines and all of them leave from from all of the CDG...

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  • 19. Gare du Nord

    Inaugurated in 1865, la Gare du Nord is one of Paris' numerous railway stations. As its name indicates, it serves northern destinations, i.e. London and Lille (on the Eurostar), Brussels, Amsterdam,...

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  • 20. Carte Orange

    The tourist pass, can be bought in the airport tourist information office,for 46 euro for 5 days travel which covers up to zone 6. Free maps are also available with the different transport...

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  • 21. Roissybus

    There are several options for getting to Paris from Charles De Gaulle/Roissy and we chose this one because: (a) It is idiot-proof. You don't have to figure out the RER or ticket machines - nice when...

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  • 22. Motorcycles

    Because there is so little parking space in Paris, many people, especially young people prefer to leave their cars at home and travel to work by motorcycle. Helmeted riders speed and weave through the...

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  • 23. RER C

    You take the RER C at many locations in Paris, such as st michel-notre dame, auber, foch ,invalides etc and it takes you to Versailles rive gauche station,and the castle is about 5-7 mins walking from...

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  • 24. Thayls

    Unfortunately I had the bright idea to go to Brussels on a daytrip from Paris well after I planned the rest of the trip and by the time I booked all of the lower fares were gone. THALYS tickets are...

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  • 25. Paris Visite pass

    The Paris Pass is good if you don't want to spend time in lines purchasing tickets and to give yourself the freedom to move on the fly. I like the peace of mind that comes with knowing we have all...

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With 2 major airports, more train stations than you can shake a timetable at, plus metro, RER, buses, Batobus, trams and tour buses Paris is a transportation- savvy city.

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