Public Transport

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Paris has as most other European cities, well-developed transport infrastructure. It features an interactive map of the Paris Metro and commuter rail (RER).


Metro, called for Metro, is active from 5:30 in the morning until around 00:30 at night. On Saturdays you can go underground until 1:30 at night. The Paris Metro is pretty well planned and therefore quite easy to find in the. Have patience at the beginning, however, and expect that it won't always be right the first time.We think the best map is Grand Plan de Paris, because at the same time showing the underground, RER and bus network on the same map. Of course, there are also smaller maps Petit Plan de Paris and Paris Plan de Poche. You can find free maps of the subway at most of the stations.

RER (Réseau Express Régional)

Commuter train lines linking Paris with its suburbs. These trains is active from 5 in the morning until 1 at night every day.


A major advantage of to get around by bus in Paris, of course, is that you get to see so much more of the city. The buses are active from around 7 in the morning until about 8 in the evening. However, there are bus lines that are active until half past 2 in the night. Please note that on weekends, some bus routes are not active. You can buy bus tickets directly at the bus or use a pre-purchased ticket pass.It indicates for chaffören to jump off at the bus stop, press one of the red buttons that are strategically deployed around the bus.