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  • Metro, Paris

    1. Metro

    Update: February 2016 If you don't have a Metro map current as of February or March 2013, you need to get a new map. Many of the maps in guidebooks are now incorrect because four of the Metro lines...

  • Charles De Gaulle Airport, Paris

    2. Charles De Gaulle Airport

    This airport seems to polarise people. We either love it or hate it. I’m somewhere in the middle, but leaning towards “love”. It helps that I’ve used it so often, and know it pretty well as a result....

  • Tickets & Passes, Paris

    3. Tickets & Passes

    Newest update: Prices went up again January 1, 2015; this reflects the higher prices. So far no increases in Jan. 2016. When you want to get from one place to another quickly, the Metro can't be...

  • Taxis, Paris

    4. Taxis

    I was very afraid when I reached Paris as it was my first trip to Europe. I called a Taxi from Les Chauffeurs Parisiens They have airport taxi service, they made my life easy & trip was fun. Their...

  • Buses, Paris

    5. Buses

    The Bus Line 42 is a good and cheap way to get a quick “Panoramic View” over the City. You will pass by diverse Neighborhoods, popular Shopping Areas and some of the famous Sightseeing Attractions....

  • Cycling, Paris

    6. Cycling

    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...

  • Driving, Paris

    7. Driving

    This is a system to compromise between having your own car in Paris or taking public transports. AutoLib is ecolo, economical and safe. Affordable for all and a good idea if want to have a ride in the...

  • Roissybus, Paris

    8. Roissybus

    Really happy that we discovered the new service from easyBus (part of the airline easyJet). Charles de Gaulle airport right into the centre of Paris and it only cost us 4.49 euros each! We booked...

  • Eurostar, Paris

    9. Eurostar

    If you are planning on taking the Eurostar to London, there are tickets in different price brackets for each train, once the lower fare tickets are sold, a higher rate kicks in. In February 2013, the...

  • RER, Paris

    10. RER

    This is a popular way of moving about in Paris, on top of buses, tramways, metro, bikes, car, regular trains, TGV, we have the RER. Easy reading map...

  • RER B - CDG, Paris

    11. RER B - CDG

    From Charles de Gaulle airport you can easily go to the centre of the city using the RER B train. One sugestion to RER administrators: could you provide some room for the lagguages at least n the...

  • Hop On Buses, Paris

    12. Hop On Buses

    Another popular way of moving about Paris is to take a hop on hop off tourist bus. Firms about and the most popular is l'Open Tour,then you have the le Cars Rouges(big bus now), and others. However,...

  • Boat Trips - River Cruises, Paris

    13. Boat Trips - River Cruises

    With a population of 2 million people spread over 1,100 square kilometers, Paris is an enormous city. Even for a veteran traveler, the first look at the Paris subway map is almost enough to bring you...

  • Airport Shuttles, Paris

    14. Airport Shuttles

    Booked trip to Paris through Expedia and arranger for Veolia supershuttle to pick us up from CDG airport at 1930 on day of flight. We received a call from Veolia taxi driver on day of travel at 08:30...

  • Air France Bus, Paris

    15. Air France Bus

    If you land at CDG or Orly, you have many options for getting into Paris. One of the options is the Air France Bus and often people think you must fly on Air France to use the bus service. This is not...

  • Gare du Nord, Paris

    16. Gare du Nord

    Gare du Nord means literally "Station of the North". This is where the high-speed Thalys trains arrive from Belgium and the Netherlands, and from Aachen and Cologne in Germany, and where the EuroStar...

  • Walking, Paris

    17. 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...

  • Batobus Hop-On Boat, Paris

    18. Batobus Hop-On Boat

    This one I am putting in transportation but it could be a thing to do, as the rides over the Seine and the sights you see are wonderfully paris,and you can hop on and off at all stations one pass 9...

  • Paris Visite Card, Paris

    19. Paris Visite Card

    There is some misconception about the Paris Viste Pass. It is a pass for transportation; it is not a museum pass. It will not get you past any lines in the Louvre nor get you into any museum free...

  • Trains, Paris

    20. Trains

    yes ratp for multimode metro/RER,and buses, and for the airports and the local trains for the Paris periphery is and multimode for the...

  • Orly Airport, Paris

    21. Orly Airport

    Well Orly again is not Paris, even if call Aeroport de Paris. Orly is in dept 94 Val de Marne in the region of Ile de France ,another jurisdiction from Paris. You need to get to Orly and then Paris...

  • Beauvais Airport, Paris

    22. Beauvais Airport

    I always have searched for cheaper flights to Paris. And I found that Latvias' AirBaltic is not so cheap as they say, even on their cherry (very cheep) offers. The only good thing is that they fly to...

  • L'Open Bus Tour, Paris

    23. L'Open Bus Tour

    They've ruined two of our few days in Paris... We’ve bought two days ticket, trying to see in a short period, in a planned/clean manner, as much as possible from all the Paris attractions. We had no...

  • Tram, Paris

    24. Tram

    In addition to buses, trains,RER ,and metro, Paris has tramways. Here are the latest ones and existing ones T1= Saint Denis to Asniéres-Gennevilliers-LEs Courtilles ,and extention from Noisy le Sec...

  • RER C - Versailles, Paris

    25. RER C - Versailles

    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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    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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