I'm going to take a taxi at 21h or so on a weekday, going from Orly to Marais.
I've read that the rates will include some surcharge for late hour plus luggage, with prices ranging from 32 euros to 70.
What do you think the actual price might be?
Staying for 3 maybe 4 days in Paris but one of these days our Grandaughter would like to go to Disneyland. We are travelling by eurostar to Gare du Nord, we've never been to Paris before so any help would be much appreciated. We're hoping we can get to disneyland on a train from Paris & if so which area would be better to stay in.
NB. I started to post a question earlier but got rather muddled & not sure if it worked - my computer skills are very limited, thanks for any help you can give us.
I am going to a concert at the philharmonie de Paris and I wonder if it would be better ie. safer to book a hotel as close to the philharmonie as possible?
will it be safe to walk or is it possible to get taxi?
or would it be possible to book hotel on the city centre and get a taxi to the philharmonie?
I do not wish to take the underground or metro because it will be late at night
Thank you for your ideas
Hello Friends, Deepak this side, need some more expert advise . As i will be coming to Paris with my 7 year old son so need to check on the Disney land Paris tips and from where to buy the cheapest ticket and please also advise should we go for 1 day or 2 days ticket for both the parks, waiting for your expert advise.
We are flexible to go there on any dates between 3rd to 8th April 2015 during our trip.
Hi everyone !
I'm travelling for the first time to Paris (for 6 days) and I really would like to feel the parisian way of life!
Do you think I should buy a paper guide or only walking in Paris would be enough?
Should I manage to get internet there or it's well indicated and I don't need google map?
Do you know any websites with good adresses to go out ? (local restaurant, bars, events, unusual places). Or even better a mobile app which works as a tourist guide book ?
What do you advice me to do/eat/experience which is typical for Paris (I mean not only for tourists)?
I've already been in Prague and I regret I didn't know some things like the oppening hours, do you have the same travel experiences as me? What did you regret to not know while you were abroad?
Thanks for your help and any tips you have :)
I'm interested in an interesting place to stay as I return to Paris from Amsterdam. I've stayed in Brugge, and I've stayed in Brussels, so I'm interested in another location. I have three days, but do not want to spend all of my time on a train. Thanks, Johnny
We are coming to Paris May 1 to June 1 so a monthly zone 1 & 2 pass seems good value. We are staying in the Bastille and we will use public transport at least twice a day. I read that on weekends the monthly pass (67.10 E ) also covers any zone and we can use it for Versailles and the airport. I am hoping this is true as we arrive on a Saturday and leave on a Sunday so we would certainly get our money's worth. Can you buy one at the Airport (CDG) and if so, where, or do we have to wait until Gare du Nord? I know we need photo ID.
Many thanks, Anne
Our train arrives at 22:05 at TGV and last check-in is 22:30 for our flight back home. Will this be sufficient time to check in our baggage? We'll check-in online earlier the day. Our flight leaves at 11:30
I'm seeing us leaving our baggage at the airport and just running for our plane :)
I have been receiving conflicting opinions of the compatibility of Asian 2 prong round plugs and French outlets. Some say they work fine; others say the are not compatible.
Any recommendations for a good, reasonably priced place for dinner in the neighborhood of Gare Montparnasse? I'll have one evening in Paris on my way to somewhere else, staying on Rue du Chateau, looking for traditional French cooking and a decent bottle of wine, nothing fancy.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
I am coming over to Paris on the Eurostar from London with my daughter who is studying abroad this semester. We will arrive into Paris Gare Du Nord at 10:30 am and will be in Paris for all of that day and part of the next day (until 5 pm). We would like to hit the 4-6 major tourist attractions and would like an easy way to see all in the amount of time we have. I have looked into the Batobus, but not sure how far these stops are from the Gare Du Nord. Can anyone advise us? Also, is it best to pay for everything a la carte vs the cards you can buy. Thanks!
Our family (parents and 2 teens) have a layover in Paris this summer from 10pm to 1:30pm the next day before flying back from Charles de Gaulle Airport to the States. We are not rolling in money, but would like to take full advantage of the opportunity! Any suggestions?
Just checking with the experts as to what is a must do this coming April in Paris. We have visited twice before and seen the usual tourists places so have no pressing itinerary. We're open to any and all suggestions and intend to just take it slow. Any must do restaurants??
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