Use this practical information to get around in Paris like a fish in water.
There is no place of tourist interest in Paris that you can’t easily reach by public transportation.
Go to each page for more details on fares, schedules and Paris maps of each network.
3 airports receive a large part of the tourists arriving in Paris. Each one with its fastest, cheapest or most comfortable transfer services.
The most used transport in Paris next to the trains. Fast and economical. Information about schedules, passes or transport passes that you can use.
Trains in Paris
The RER (Réseau Express Régional) is the suburban train network of Paris. A fast way to travel around the French capital, especially in combination with the metro.
Buses from Paris
Paris has 59 day routes and 42 night lines that keep the city moving 24 hours a day. An economical and effective way to get around the city.
Bike rental in Paris
At various points in the city you can rent a Velib bike. Or you can also take a guided bike tour of Paris.
Gare du Nord
Station that combines metro and trains with national and international services that connect the French capital with cities in other neighboring countries.