Twelve and a half miles (20 km) to the south of Paris.
Travel into Paris
The Orly/Rail (RER, line C) will take you to Gare d’Austerlitz and stations on the Left Bank. Trains leave every 15 minutes from 05.30 to 23.00 and take about 35 minutes. There are two bus possibilities. The cheaper Express Bus goes direct to Denfert-Rochereau Métro near Montparnasse in the 14e on the Left Bank. It takes about half an hour and buses leave every 15 minutes from 6.00 to 23.00. Or you can get the Air France bus to Aerogare des Invalides in the 7e, which is a bit nearer the centre, or to the Gare Montparnasse, avenue du Maine, 7e. Buses leave every 12 minutes and the journey should take about 35 minutes.

Fourteen miles (23 km) to the northeast of Paris.
Travel into Paris
The free airport bus will take you to the RER train station for connections to Paris. This is the quickest and most direct route. In 40 minutes you will be at the Gare du Nord from where you can either get a taxi (sometimes there are queues so be warned) or change onto the Métro. You can also continue by train to Châtelet-les-Halles which is nearer to the centre and from where it is easier to get a taxi. Trains leave at 15-minute intervals between 05.30 and 23.00.

You can buy your already discounted metro tickets online…

The direct Air France bus (every 15 minutes) will drop you at porte Maillot in the 17e, or at the place de Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile from where you can get a taxi or the Métro. Buses run between 05.45 and 23.00. You should allow at least one hour on the bus. Cheaper and slower are the regular buses : no 350 to the Gare du Nord and the Gare de l’Est and 351 to the place de la Nationa. Allow at least 50 minutes by taxi.




Other online ressources: Ratp, CDG Roissy or Orly