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Travel Home > Directory > Destinations > Europe > France > Paris > Paris Transport

Paris is the most visited city in the world and attracts tourists from all over the world. Virtually all major and minor airlines fly into the city and it is fully connected to the main road and rail routes of both France and Europe including the popular Eurostar rail links from Gard du Nord to London. To get around the city there is a choice of Metro, Bus (Useful if when the Metro closes after 1:00 am), Suburban Train RER, Taxi, and Boat. However, the best way of exploring the major sights such as the Louvre and Notre Dame is walking. If walking is combined with the River Seine Batobus which allows visitors to walk on and off en route this is an excellent way of touring this world class city.

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The RER - wikipedia

The RER (Réseau Express Régional Regional Express Network") is an urban rail network in the Île-de-France région, notably Paris and its agglomeration. he RER is a hybrid system, being an integration of modern city-centre subway and pre-existing regional rail.

River Seine - wikipedia

The Seine is a major river of north-western France, and one of its commercial waterways. It is also a tourist attraction, particularly within the city of Paris. There are many river boat services available including the Batobus which offers a jump on and off service stretching from the Eiffel Tower to St-Germain des Pres.

Transport in Paris - wikipedia

The Paris Transportation Network network is very diverse and exists literally over many levels. Its bus, "Tram", the "Métro", Autoroutes, trains and planes together all serve to maintain a high level of communication between the city's many different districts and beyond.

Paris Métro - wikipedia

The Paris Métro (French: Métro de Paris) is the rapid transit system in Paris, France. It includes 16 lines, primarily underground, with a total route length of 213 km (133 miles), with 298 stations (382 stops). Lines are identified by numbers from 1 to 14, with two minor lines, 3bis and 7bis, which were formerly part of their parent line and only later became independent.

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