Biggest metropolitan and the capital city of France. Paris is always been in the top list of the cities. historical and modern, art and architecture, culture and cuisine. city of love and a lot more.









Arrival Guide

Visiting Paris? The city has 2 airports and one another in Beauvais city. getting to the city is easy from airports.

Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport

This is one of the biggest and a major airport of Paris. 

25 km NE

RER 10.30€ to RER B stations

Bus: 12€ Shuttle bus (to Opera metro station) every 15-20 min, other bus options are about 6€ to different parts of the city.

Taxi: 50-55€

Orly Airport

This is one of the biggest and a major airport of Paris. 

15 km South

there is no direct train connection. but easy to take RER from Orlyval(light rail, 6 mins)

Bus: 8.50€ Orlybus(Denfert-Rochereau Metro station) every 10-15min. there are several other options too like, Monorail connection to tram and bus, you can also use bus 183 for 2€ to Porte de Choisy from Orly.

Taxi: 30-35€

Beauvais Airport

This airport is in Beauvais city.

90 km North

No direct train connection, but you can take a train from Beauvais city railway station 5km (reach here by bus or taxi) to Paris Gare Du Nord station. 

Shuttle Bus: 17€ to Porte Malliot(depends on flight arrival)

Taxi: 120€ (approximately)

Public Transport

Single t+ ticket (Zone 1-3)
1.9 €
Valid for 90 mins after validation. inter transfers are allowed but transfer to different mode like bus-metro is not allowed.

10 single t+ ticket(Zone 1-3)
16.40 € /8.20 € (kids)
Valid for 90 mins each after validation, other single ticket rules apply.

1 day pass(Zone 1-3)
13.20 €/6.60 € (kids)
Unlimited use in public transport til 5:30 am(day starts/ends)

paris offers 2, 3 and 5 day passes too. with higher rates for zone 1-5

Public transport network in Paris is big and intensive. it is operated by RATP company which consists, Metro, Bus and urban trains (RER).

Can be purchased from automatic machines or ticket desks in stations, don’t be panic if you see only gates when you enter there are few only entry/exit gates in some stations, so try different entry. transport maps are found on bus stops and metro walls, also mini maps are available free at desks.

Paris transport are divided in different zones. zone 1-3 are central paris zone 1-5 are outer city which includes airport(seperate ticket if using airport bus) disneyland and varsiallies.

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