Paris Métro & How to Get Around With Ease

Gal Pals prefer to take the train RER (Réseau Express Régional) from Charles de Gaulle into the heart of Paris where we switch to the Métro.  Usually we arrive pretty fresh and ready to take on the city.  Taxis may seem on the surface to be the easier route to take, however, depending upon the time of your arrival at CDG you may just sit in quite a bit of traffic making you more sleepy or frustrated.  Taxis can run from 40 Euros to as high as 80 Euros depending upon traffic and location of your final destination…. for the complete story click on the link here: http://wp.me/PLv7o-9F or tab at the top of the blog entitled Paris Metro Info & Getting Around Paris

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  • Margo
    Posted at 19:11h, 27 April Reply

    Good post. From the CDG airport to our apartment in the 7th, we used Parishuttle.com. Cost is 36 EUR for two, and it’s door to door. You simply call them toll free from a France Telecom Public Phone before you collect your luggage, and voila, your car and driver are waiting. http://www.parishuttle.com

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