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Paris Olympics Metro Train Closures Map

By | July 22, 2024 | in Maps

This Paris Olympics Metro Train closures map shows which Paris Metro stations will be closed / have no service during the Paris 2024 Olympics opening ceremonies on July 26, 2024. Red X Stations – Closed All Day (fermées toute la journée) Orange X – Closed from 1pm till end of service (~00:50) (fermées de 13h … Read more

Paris Metro Pass

By | July 21, 2024 | in Passes Tickets

Paris Metro Pass Overview To buy a Paris Metro Pass good for Paris Metro, Trains, Buses, and Trams one would buy either a Navigo Découverte Pass or a Paris Visite Pass. Which Paris Metro Pass you choose depends on what day of the week you arrive in Paris and how far outside of central Paris … Read more

Paris Metro

By | July 21, 2024 | in Maps Metro

Paris Metro subway – Maps, hours, tickets, passes & more Maps Hours Route Planner Single Ticket Day Pass Multi-day Pass – Paris Visite Week Pass – Navigo Buying Tickets Using Tickets Riding Metro Transfers FAQ Below you’ll get Paris subway maps, hours, info on tickets, day passes & Navigo week passes, zones and learn how … Read more

Paris Metro Tickets

By | July 21, 2024 | in Metro Passes Tickets

Paris Metro Tickets (known locally as Ticket t+) are currently priced at for a single ticket (). A package of 10 tickets, a carnet [“car-nay”] costs . Paris Metro tickets are white color paper tickets, currently the single-use/ride Paris Metro tickets, known officially as Ticket t+. Update: These paper coupon-style tickets are gradually being phased … Read more

RER Train Paris to Disneyland® Paris

By | July 21, 2024 | in Attractions Disneyland Paris RER RER A

(cliquez ici pour français ) This article explains how to take a RER A train from Paris to . If you’re going from Charles de Gaulle airport to Parc Disneyland, you can take either a TGV train direct from CDG to Disney (Marne la Vallée) or first take the RER B train to Paris then … Read more

RER Ticket

By | July 21, 2024 | in Tickets

A RER Ticket is known in Paris as a Billet Origine-Destination, a small paper coupon like train ticket for Paris and surrounding Ile-de-France region priced for the length of the trip, calculated from departure station to arrival station. Calculate ticket cost from station to station here. Update: RER ticket price ceiling introduced RER train tickets are … Read more

CDG Airport Ticket (Paris Metro RER Train)

By | July 19, 2024 | in Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Tickets

The train ticket between CDG Airport and Paris city center is now officially known as a “Ticket Métro Train Aéroport CDG” or simply “CDG Airport Ticket” costs ( child), must be put onto a Navigo Easy card () or your mobile phone (no additional card fee) or bought directly in Apple Wallet) and is good … Read more

Allowed Public or Street Level Transfers – Paris Metro / RER / Train / Express Tram

By | July 16, 2024 | in Maps Metro RER Tickets

Normally Paris Metro/RER/Train transfers require the two train lines to be connected inside a shared station, usually underground. Below is a list of exceptionally allowed street-level/public-area transfers made outside of a station between Paris Metro and RER, Express Tram and Transilien train, using a single, origin-destination ticket or fare that covers the traveled Paris fare … Read more

Metro vs. RER

By | July 16, 2024 | in Metro RER

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 system 16 lines, 1 through 14 plus two short secondary lines (3bis and 7bis) just central Paris (see Metro map) short distances between stations one single fare zone ( ) frequent but … Read more

Paris to Stade de France by Train

By | July 16, 2024 | in Attractions Tickets

To get from central Paris to Stade de France by train, the best route is now Paris Metro 14 + Metro 13, costs , using a regular Paris Metro ticket, and takes about 22 minutes.  It’s both cheaper and faster with less walking using the Paris Metro rather than the RER D train (see the difference … Read more