The fastest way to get around the French capital
The Paris Metro is a good option to move from one point to another, it has 16 lines and 302 stations throughout the city.
Maps and plans of the Paris Metro
You can also see the Paris metro on this interactive map
Paris Metro tickets and passes
The price of the tickets varies according to the type of pass, they can be for a single trip (€2.10 ) daily, weekly or monthly ; several trips are usually purchased at the same time (card), with which we will save money; In addition, with the metro tickets you can also use the RER (suburban train) and the bus.
These are the most popular options:
- Pass Ticket t+ (single or single ticket option for a single trip or a block of 10 single tickets)
- Navigo Pass (Long and local stays)
- Paris Visite (visitor pass)
The single ticket, called Ticket t+ it costs €2.10 / 10 tickets are €16.90 / 10 tickets with reduced rate €8.45.
Children up to 4 years old can use the Paris Metro for free . Between 4 and 10 years old they pay half (reduced rate).
Always validate your tickets , the fines are quite high. And keep your ticket to leave the station.
Other options for getting around Paris
Paris Metro schedule
The service starts at 5.30 in the morning and ends at 1 in the morning.
More about transport in Paris
Use this practical information to get around in Paris like a fish in water.
Pass Ticket t+
The ticket for access to the metro, buses, streetcars and RER trains (within the center) in Paris.
Trains in Paris
With the RER trains you can also move around the center of Paris, the service is very well complemented by the metro.
In Paris there are boat services with unlimited stops at various points in the center. Also cruises on the Seine.