Transportation : Getting around Paris Transportation : Getting around Paris

Transportation : Getting around Paris

Getting around Paris is an essential part of your experience in the French capital. With its well-developed transportation network, you can easily explore every corner of the city using various modes of transport. Whether you are a family, a group of friends, or a solo traveler, discover convenient and efficient transportation options to move around Paris with ease.

Bicycles, whether city or electric, are an extraordinary way to discover Paris at your own pace, thanks to over 1,000 km of cycle paths!
from €20
TaxyMatch is the greener, cheaper cab that's fairer to drivers.
Stay in touch with friends and family while you're in Paris, and keep things simple with a Bouygues Telecom SIM card!
€39.90
If you're looking for a fun and original sightseeing experience, don't miss our tours in an original vehicle in Paris! Hot-air balloon, boat, side car, 2cv... Discover Paris in a different way, with tours aboard an unusual vehicle.
from €10
Explore Paris with the Navigo Easy Pass! Travel freely on the metro, RER, bus and streetcar. Discover emblematic districts and save 27% on single tickets.
€22.90
Discover Paris and the surrounding area without limits with the Paris Visite Pass! Travel freely around Paris for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days.
from €14.90
Paris-airport transfers: From Opéra to CDG via ROISSYBUS or RER B. To Orly from Denfert-Rochereau via ORLYBUS or RER B + Orlyval from Antony.
from €12.65
The smart, practical ticket to Disneyland Paris
€5.50
Le moyen le plus simple pour visiter Versailles
€4.60
The Disneyland® Paris-Express shuttle service from Paris to the Disney parks is the ideal way to enjoy a magical, unforgettable experience with family and friends.
from €139
Discover Greater Paris with Cartoville: unique culinary experiences, panoramic views and exceptional service. Practical guide included for a memorable stay.
€10.95

The Paris metro is one of the most famous and efficient public transportation systems in the world. With its numerous lines that cover the entire city, you can easily travel from one point to another, avoiding traffic and saving time. Whether you want to visit iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, or explore charming neighborhoods like Montmartre and Le Marais, the metro is an ideal choice for swift and efficient transportation within Paris. The metro stations are well signposted, and the trains are frequent, allowing you to move around with ease.

Another popular option for getting around Paris is the bus. The bus network is extensive and offers excellent coverage of the city. Parisian buses are equipped with air conditioning and provide a comfortable way to travel while enjoying the view of the bustling streets. Moreover, buses are a great choice for tourists as they offer a different perspective of the city, allowing you to admire landmarks and tourist sites while moving from one place to another. Bus stops are well distributed throughout the city, making it easy to access many neighborhoods and attractions.

If you want to have a unique experience while getting around Paris, why not opt for a bike? Paris has an excellent bike-sharing system called Vélib', which allows you to easily rent a bike and move at your own pace. With numerous bike lanes and dedicated cycling routes, you can discover Paris in a more eco-friendly and local way. Pedal along the Seine, explore charming alleyways, or enjoy the vast parks and gardens of the city. Biking is an ideal option for fitness enthusiasts and those who want to explore Paris at their own rhythm.

When planning your visit to Paris, it is essential to consider the available transportation options and choose the one that best suits your needs. Whether you prefer the speed of the metro, the panoramic view of the bus, the active experience of biking, or the comfort of taxis/VTCs, Paris offers you a wide range of choices to get around the city.

To navigate Paris with peace of mind, consider getting transport cards or passes that grant you easy access to all modes of transportation. You can purchase individual tickets or opt for unlimited packages valid for a day, a week, or longer, depending on the duration of your stay. These options provide great flexibility and allow you to fully enjoy your experience in Paris.

Don't let transportation worries spoil your stay in Paris. Plan your itinerary, choose the mode of transport that suits you best, and embark on a journey to explore the City of Lights with ease. Paris awaits you with its wonders, picturesque neighborhoods, and iconic sites. Enjoy your stay and let yourself be enchanted by the magic of Paris, all while effortlessly moving around thanks to its numerous convenient and efficient transportation options.

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Customer Reviews

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Malcolm N.
4/5
Beautiful cruise along the Siene
May 6th 2024

It was our wedding anniversary and the boat cruise was beautiful. Nice ambience and just enough seats. Didn't feel crowded. The crew were pleasant and responsive. They got us candle cakes and sparklers to make the occasion special. The food was good and standard Italian. Good value for money. I liked the 6pm timing too.
Took some walking to figure out the tunnel to the pier. Need better instructions

Markus
5/5
May 6th 2024
Tolle Plattform für den Kauf von Onlinetickets und für Informationen über Paris. Auch waren die meisten Tickets noch recht kurzfristig buchbar, da sie vermutlich über größere Kontingente verfügen. Alles bestens.
Mikinley M.
4/5
April 14th 2024
I thought the pass was a great way to start exploring Paris. I did several activities I would never have found on my own (perfume making, personal audio walking tours) that I really enjoyed. I had a little trouble knowing which number to use for the external booking sites, but everything worked out okay. Overall a great pass for people experiencing Paris for the first time or who aren’t really sure what they want to do.