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Getting to Paris
Most international flights to Paris fly into Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG). Visitors have various options for getting into the city center from CDG:
Taxi: taxi rides should cost €50 -60, with an increase of about 15% at night (7pm-7am). Taxi rides can take anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the time of day. Taxi stands are outside of baggage claim areas.
Les Cars Air France: this comfortable bus is open to all travelers regardless of airline used, and offers a few central Paris drop-off locations. One-way tickets range from €14.50 to €17.50. The bus can be picked up from Terminal 1 or 2, and tickets can be purchased from ticket machines or from the drivers. For more information visit: http://en.lescarsairfrance.com
RER B Train: RER is a part of the Paris Metro system, with B trains connecting CDG airport with downtown Paris for around €10. Ride time is about 30 minutes to connect to downtown Paris metro stops. Follow the signs to Paris by Train to get to the station.
Buses: Frequent buses and coaches link CDG with central Paris. Roissybus operates direct service to Paris’ Opéra district. RATP buses serve terminals 1, 2, and 3 and connect to Gare de l’Est and Place de la Nation. At night (1:30am – 4:30am), the Noctilien operates services to suburban and central Paris.