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Travel in Paris safely & securely by being aware of common scams run on tourists & travelers. This Paris safety & security guide focuses on scams run by pickpockets and thieves in and around Pari…
How to use the Paris Metro subway
Paris Metro maps, schedules, tickets, passes, helpful travel tips.
The Paris Metro consists of 300 stations on 16 lines covering the 10×10km…
Costs 1,70€ per journey (with an individual Ticket t+, price as of January 2013)
Children 4-10, cost is 0,85€. Discounted individual children tickets no longer available.
Children 3 and under ride for free.
The Paris Metro vs. the Paris RER… what’s the difference?
The Metro is
the Métropolitan chemin de fer (Metropolitan railway)
a subway/tube/underground train…
Official Paris Metro (subway) maps for download below. (Click on the map to download the PDF).
Basic Metro Map
Shows all 14 main Metro lines and 2 secondary “bis” lines, RER lines A through E and Tram…
These online Metro, RER, Trains, bus route & schedule tools will show you how to get from point A to point B. These route planners show required connections between train lines, travel times and ticket…
Here are ten ways to ride the Paris Metro like a local (or better).
Plan your route. Before making a trip, use a …
The ticket t (mauve color) or ticket t+ (white color) is the current single ticket for use on Paris regional transport methods including:
To find a route from CDG to a Metro station use the Paris Metro Journey Planner, operated by the Paris public transit authority - RATP.…
On December 31st (New Year’s Eve), certain Paris Metro & RER lines stay open and operational all night long.
Paris Metro lines operating all night: 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 et 14 the evening of New…