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Paris subway - Metro map

Subway in Paris is the most efficient (and the cheapest) way to go from a point to another... 14 lines serve the city. If you stay for 2 or 3 days and plan to visit many monuments and attractions pay for a pass... If not buy 10 tickets (10,7 Euros). The city center is quite safe and very few problems have been reported even in the subway.  The first Metro trains run at around 5:30am; the last one runs at 1:00am - After 1.00am take Night buses that run regularly on a limited number of routes from central Paris (chatelet) to the outer areas - Central Paris is rather small (about 10km in diameter) and distances between one Metro stop to another are rarely more than a 5-10 minute walk! Remember that walking through Paris streets is the best way to indulge yourself in the city. The RATP web site offers an excellent tool (in English or French) to assist in planning your route(s) throughout Paris and its suburbs





Subway Line 2 and 6 circle inner Paris (Charles de Gaulle to Nation) - Line 1 (yellow) cuts straight through the touristic parts of Paris from East to West (Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, Concorde, Louvre Museum, Chatelet, Marais and Saint Paul Village and Bastille). The red Line 4 (North-South) cuts through some of the better known and popular areas of Paris (Montparnasse, Odeon and Saint Germain des Pres, St Michel, Chatelet). Free subway maps are available in all Paris hotels. Metro Plan is provided by

RER - Train

If you plan to visit Paris Suburbs you'll need the RER Map : See also the RER B and RER C stops (these two RER lines serve Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport) - The 5 RER lines are serving paris and converge to the city center - RER A is the lane serving Disneyland resort Paris - To go from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland by RER you first have to take RER B to les Halles and then connect to RER A to Disneyland . RER Plan is provided by

Noctilien - Paris night bus

If you happen to be out after the Metro system shuts down, and you're across town from your lodgings, the Noctilien nighttime bus service can get you closer to your destination. The 35 Noctilien routes run from five different hubs: Gare de Lyon, Gare Montparnasse, Gare Saint-Lazare, Gare de l'Est, and Châtelet. The service runs from 12:30 to 5:30 a.m., 7 days a week, covering 1,950 stops in Paris and 175 towns throughout Ile-de-France, including routes to Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. Noctilien Plan is provided by

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Paris subway map - Metro plan

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About the present website : We do our best to make this guide as accurate as possible and to feature all the information you'll ever need when planning your trip - However to get an accurate and official information please refer to official website for Roissy de Gaulle, Orly or Beauvais airport. Paris counts 3 major airports : Roissy CDG Airport located 15 miles north of the heart of Paris, Orly airport located 10 miles South and Beauvais Airport located 50 miles North West.