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Detailed photo walkthroughs of using the Paris Metro (subway), plus information on tickets, passes and transfers.

Are Dogs Allowed on Paris Metro

By | April 12, 2018 | in Metro

Yes, dogs are allowed on the Paris Metro. Details for bringing dogs onto the Paris Metro: small dogs are allowed on Paris Metro that can be carried in an animal bag or cage with its longest dimension measuring 45cm (17.5 in.) or less (height or width or depth) No ticket is required for small dogs on … Read more

Lost and Found

By | April 8, 2017 | in Metro

Paris train lost and found services are handled by: RATP (Paris public transport organization) for objects lost on Metro lines/stations, trams, buses and RER A/B trains SNCF for TGV, RER C, D, E and Transilien suburban trains such as L line towards Versailles Paris Prefecture de Police (police station) in the 14th district depending on … Read more

Paris Metro (Subway)

By | August 1, 2016 | in Metro

Overview Costs per journey (with an individual Ticket t+, price) Children 4-9, cost is . Discounted individual children tickets no longer available. Children 3 and under ride for free. Books of 10 tickets are discounted: adults ( each), ( each) children 4-9 years old Passes Accepted => Pass Navigo, Navigo Découverte, Paris Visite Card, Ticket … Read more

Paris Metro & Train Route Planner

By | February 15, 2016 | in Eurostar Maps Metro RER RER A Schedules

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 costs (some). For TGV intercity train route planners & ticket sales, see below. Route Planners for Paris and surrounding region … Read more

Metro vs. RER

By | January 19, 2016 | 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

Ten Tips for the Paris Metro

By | July 30, 2008 | in Metro

Here are ten ways to ride the Paris Metro like a local (or better). Plan your route. Before making a trip, use a Metro map and the official RATP Paris Metro route planner to find the shortest route with the least number of line changes.  Station to station a Metro train will take just over … Read more