You can travel between Aéroport
and central Paris by train,
bus and taxi.
Within the giant airport, a free shuttle
Shuttle connects Terminals 1,
2 and 3, including the RER/SNCF train
1 at Roissypôle
near Terminal 3.
the station for SNCF
intercity trains, located
between Terminals 2C and 2E.
The map in the right column
shows airport bus and RER-B train destinations
in central Paris.
Look for the one nearest your destination,
then consider cost and travel time:
Cost & Travel Time
RER Line B Suburban Train
This can be the fastest and cheapest way
to travel, with adequate comfort, even
if you have a lot of luggage, when it's
not crowded. Starting from CDG
you're very likely to get a seat. Returning
from Paris to the airport...maybe.
The train stops at numerous important
du Nord, Châtelet-Les Halles, St-Michel-Notre-Dame,
Port Royal, Denfert-Rochereau,
and the Cité Universitaire
south of central Paris. More...
Air France Bus (Les Cars Air France)
These buses carry you
to Porte Maillot (for Neuilly), Place
Charles de Gaulle-Étoile, Invalides,
de Lyon, and Aéroport
greater comfort, at a somewhat slower pace
and somewhat higher cost. More...
A service of RATP (the
Paris public transport company), the RoissyBus takes
you nonstop to the Opéra
Garnier at place de l'Opéra in
the heart of the city, whence
you can continue to your
hotel by Métro,
city bus, taxi or
on foot. It's about as comfortable as the
Air France bus, and as long a ride, but cheaper. More...
Perhaps the easiest way
to travel from Paris-Charles
de Gaulle Airport into Paris is
by normal taxi. It's slightly faster than
the airport buses, but much more expensive
unless three passengers share the fare. More...