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CDG airport from Paris

 

To get to Charles de Gaulle (GDG) airport from central Paris can be relatively straightforward.There are a number of ways, depending on your own personal situation and where you have been staying within the city or where you are connecting from.

 

The fastest and cheapest route from central Paris is by RER train but the disadvantage is you will have to make your way from your hotel to a train or Metro station first. If you are travelling light, reasonably fit and want the experience then it is a good choice.

 

The Roissy bus is a good option if your hotel is in or near the 'Opera' district of the city as this where you embark.

 

'Les Cars', which are actually very comfortable AirFrance coaches, give you two routes out of Paris one from the North Bank and one from the South Bank. Again, your choice will be dependent on where you have been staying. You do not need to be an Air France customer to use this service.

 

Taxis are the first choice, of many travellers, as you are taken directly to your destination. This also applies to the shuttle services which allow you to keep the price down by sharing with fellow travellers or privately for a group.

 

There are also several shuttle buses run by the airport, which take guests from the many hotels on and around the airport.

 

The only bus service operating at night is the Noctilien, which links various destinations in Paris with the airport between 00.30am and 5.30am. Fares depend on distance travelled up to € 7.60. You can also use public bus transport....

 

 

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How to get from Paris to Charles de Gaulle Airport

 

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The fastest and cheapest route to the CDG airport is by RER train but the disadvantage is you will first have to make your way from your hotel to a train or Metro station before heading out to the airport. If you are travelling light, reasonably fit and want the experience then it is a good choice.

 

The Roissy bus is a good option if your hotel is in or near the 'Opera' district of the city as this where you disembark.

 

'Les Cars', which are actually very comfortable coaches, give you two routes into Paris one for the North Bank and one for the South Bank. Again, depending on you final destination these may work for you. You do not need to be an Air France customer to use this service.

Taxis are the first choice, though an expensive one, of many travellers, as you are taken directly from your hotel to CDG airport. This also applies to the shuttle services which allow you to keep the price down by sharing with fellow travellers or privately for a group.

There are also several shuttle buses run by the airport, if you have decided to stay at one of the many hotels on and around the  Roissy CDG airport. The only bus service operating at night is the Noctilien, which links  various destinations in Paris with Charles de Gaulle airport between 00.30am and 5.30am. It drops off passengers at entrance 26 of terminal 1, entrance 2 of terminal 2F and Roissyp├┤le bus station every hour. Fares depend on distance travelled, but can range between €1.50 and €7.50. You can also use public bus transport....check here...

 

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Find your hotel at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

 

There are around 30 hotels in and around CDG airport in Paris.Choose from a range of boutique hotels, luxury hotels, budget hotels and apartments all at low prices and with no booking fee from Booking.com.

  

 

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