Paris Metro System: What You Need To Navigate It
Paris Transportation Booklet
This guide will have every Paris Métro line, RER Train, and bus route including every Métro stop, street name and Arrondissment (District). The best way to get around is to purchase this little square booklet, which can be found at just about any news stand on a corner, or at the airport.
This site is like google maps specifically for Paris. If you have an address or Paris Métro stop you’re trying to get to, just plug it in and it will provide the fastest route using all modes of transportation.
Regardless of the duration of your stay you’ll need some sort of pass.
(Bus, Train, Métro): Best for a stay of 1-3 days
Carnet of 10 Tickets
Carnet of 10 Tickets: Best for a stay of 4-7 days
Best for a stay of 1 week or longer
Price: €19.85 – 22.80/week for unlimited travel in Paris
€65.20 – €75.20/mo for unlimited travel in Paris
(variation depends on which zones you want access to)
-You can buy tickets and passes at major Paris Métro and RER stations. The Kiosk will be at the entrance.
-Children under age 4 travel free. Kids from ages 4-10 pay the full adult fare for single tickets, but
a children’s carnet of 10 tickets is half price.
-Métro ticket machines accept coins and credit cards, but not banknotes.
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