Paris has 4 airports. Charles de Gaulle is the largest in the greater Paris area and a major European hub for long- haul carriers. Orly International airport handles some major international flights. But both are also important hubs for national and inter-Europe flights, too. Beauvais International Airport ( BVA) is much more small and services low- cost airlines. The fourth is Le Bourget spécialized in private flights.
As Charles de Gaulle is certified as a 4-Star Airport for facilities, comfort and cleanliness, shopping, food & beverages, staff service and transfer, security and immigration processes, being now the busiet in Europe, ahead of London Heathrow it outranked in 2020.
We will concentrate in giving you travel options from Charles de Gaulle and Orly.
One cheap transfer option is taking the regional RER train. This takes around 50 minutes to reach the city and costs only 10€.
Orlyval Rail link between Paris (Denfert-Rochereau, Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, Gare du Nord) and Paris-Orly Airport. A free Orlyval shuttle (OrlyVal) connects the stations with the airport terminals 1-2 and 4).
Another cheap transfer option is the bus. Bus tickets cost from 11.50€ and journey time is around 70 minutes. There is also the Le Bus Direct, a faster service that is direct, but costs 17€.
A taxi from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris will take around 45 minutes charged by a flat rate and will cost you 60€ approximatively.
A taxi from Orly airport to Paris will take around 30 minutes, charged by a flat rate and will cost you 35€ approximatively.
No mess than 9 train stations bring you inside the city of lights from all over France and major European cities. Here they are Gare d’Austerlitz, Gare de Bercy, Gare de l’Est, Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord, Gare de Massy, Gare de Marne La Vallée- Chessy. Located in various areas of Paris they all are connected to the public transport network (metro, RER, bus). Before boarding the train and riding the railway, you must validate your ticket at the automat