How to get to Paris from the airports
and from Paris to other cities of France and Europe

Paris

Beauvais-Tille Airport → Paris
France

You can get from Beauvais-Tille Airport directly to Paris by commercial bus or shuttle. The train runs with a change. For more details, read our Airguide..

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Charles de Gaulle Airport → Paris
France

To get from famous Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris city centre, take a train, a shuttle bus, or a transfer. Find the cheapest and quickest option with the help of our Airguide!

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Paris → Marseille
France

Find the best way to travel from Paris to Marseille. What is better – to go there by bus, train, plane, or car? Compare prices and travel times in KiwiTaxi Airguides.

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Paris → Nice
France

From Paris to the Côte d’Azur! One can get from Paris to Nice by train, plane, or car. To compare prices and travel times, read our KiwiTaxi Airguide.

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How to get to Paris from the airports
Paris
France

Paris: romantic, breathtaking, gorgeous – all these epithets are used by tourists from all over the world to describe the amazing capital of France. As they say, see Paris and die. Many tourists think that you can hardly get to know Europe without visiting Paris. If you are arriving to Paris or any other nearby airport or planning a trip from Paris, you should definitely read our Airguides which will help you plan in detail your travel to the destination.

Our main goal is to tell tourists about the variety of transport options serving the routes from and to Paris. We can’t name any of them a bad choice, you just need to know all advantages and disadvantages of any type of commercial and public transport. For example, lots of routes are not connected by rail, and if, for instance, you want to get from Beauvais Airport to Paris by train, you’ll have to change trains. However, train tickets are rather cheap. Shuttle buses are more expensive and at the same time more comfortable. It’s faster to go to the destination by taxi or transfer, but the journey cost will be higher than that for public transport.

Paris. Transport timetable

Paris welcomes guests all year round. Of course, in spring and summer there are more tourists coming to this city, yet that doesn’t influence the timetable of Paris buses and trains (taxis and transfers are available 24/7). So you can easily use the information provided in our Airguides no matter what season it is now.

How to choose the best way to get to or from Paris?

Young and unpretentious tourists travelling with light bags can easily take the cheapest option. Those who are travelling in a group or with lots of luggage should consider several points beforehand:

– do I have lots of heavy bags? Can I walk much carrying them, for example, on metro, or place them in upper luggage shelves myself?;

– if I’m travelling with small children, will they be fine on public transport (won’t they be hot and sick there)? How can I entertain them during the trip?;

– am I arriving at night or in the afternoon? There are much less transport running to and from Paris at night;

You can easily plan your trip if you answer all these questions and define your priorities: saving money or travelling with comfort, no changes or having some additional options (child seats), a trip with walking or getting door to door.

KiwiTaxi Airguide: how to get to Paris

Before publishing our Paris Airguides, we thoroughly studied all information on some tourist forums and tips from experienced travellers going across France. We tried to keep each useful tip for you. So please use our Airguides on Charles de Gaulle Airport, Beauvais Airport, Orly Airport, Nice and Marseille and plan your perfect travel! We hope our articles will help you find the best option to get to and from Paris.