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You will find many different flights to Paris from airports all over the world, in fact today many budget airlines offer cheap flights to Paris, so you can now visit this incredible capital city even if it be just for a day trip. But getting around Paris like any major city can seem a daunting prospect. Yet with the network of different transport services in place, like buses to boats and trains to cycles, taxis and the metro in Paris, makes travelling around Paris become part of your holiday whilst you see the many of the different tourist attractions and landmarks in Paris.
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Taxis In Paris
There are well over 15,000 taxis that cover Paris and the outskirts, so there will never be one very far away, but unlike lots of cities and countries throughout the world, the taxi drivers in Paris are registered and it is their full time job.
Gare de L’Est Train Station in Paris
The Gare de L’Est, also known as Paris Est is one of largest train stations in Paris that has high speed trains providing services to the Alsace region of France, along with many other coutries such as Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and more.
Bateaux-Mouches Cruises On The River Seine
The Beateau-Mouches in Paris provides pleasure cruises and dinner cruises on the River Seine as you pass many tourist attractions along its way.
- History on the Bateaux-Mouches
Vogueo Water Transport System In Paris To Launch In 2013
The new Vogueo Water Transport Service in Paris is to be officially launched towards the end of 2013, and there will be three different lines for the water buses, which will be available approximately every 20 minutes depending upon the time of year, the day and the tides.
Les Car Rouges Bus Tours In Paris
The Car Rouges or red buses are open topped double decker tour buses in Paris that have a set route as a hop on and hop off service that will take you to some of the most popular tourist attraction in Paris.
Bateaux Parisiens Boat Cruises On The River Seine In Paris
The Bateaux Parisiens operates tours and boat cruises on the River Seine in Paris, and includes options like the enchanted cruise, a lunch or a dinner cruise.
Bateaux Parisiens Tours And Dinner Cruises On The River Seine
The Bateax Parisiens provide different types of boat tours and boat dinner cruises on the River Seine with their fleet of panoramic boats and restaurant boats.
Gare de Lyon Train Station in Paris
The Gare de Lyon train stations in Paris has been modernised over the years in order to accommodate the TGV high speed trains that takes passengers to destinations all over the country, but especially people travelling down to the Cote d’Azur region and the South of France.
Batobus Water Bus in Paris
The Batobus is like a shuttle bus service that stops at eight different points along the River Seine so that people can get to the major tourist attractions in Paris, and is a unique service, which has six boats that constantly cruise up and down and provides a relaxing way of getting around Paris.
The Batobus Water Bus Stops On The River Seine In Paris
The Batobus is a water bus, which is a very different kind of transport in Paris and is designed to enable people that are on holiday in Paris to reach many of the monuments, landmarks and different tourist attractions in Paris.
Gare du Nord Train Station In Paris
The Gare de Nord is the busiest train station in Europe that services around 190 million travellers every year with connections to other countries such as Belgium and the Netherlands, plus this is where the Eurostar train arrives In Paris.
Capitaine Fracasse River Seine Dinner Cruises In Paris France
The Capitaine Fracasse offers reasonable cost River Seine dinner cruises in the evening serving a three course meal whilst seeing the famous monuments in Paris.
The Montmartrobus Buses In Paris
If you want to reach the top of Montmartre and go to the Place du Tertre, the Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre or the Sacre Coeur Basilica, then there are dedicated buses called Montmartre Buses or Montmartrobus, that are run by the RATP group who provide public transport in Paris.
The Balabus In Paris
The Balabus is a great option, as it is a tourist bus in Paris that only runs on Sunday afternoons and on National French holidays and goes between the Gare de Lyon train station and La Defense area, where the Grande Arche is located.
The Funicular In Paris
In French this funicular is called the Funiculaire du Montmartre and takes you from near the bottom of the Montmartre hill to near the top, leaving you only a short climb to reach the Sacre Coeur Basilica, Saint Pierre church or Place du Tertre.
L’OpenTour Bus Tours of Paris
The OpenTour company have large double decker buses with open tops and are very easy to spot due to their bright yellow and green colours, and they operate every day of the year on four different routes around the city of Paris.
- L’OpenTour Bus Routes
Vedettes Pont-Neuf Boat Tours On The River Seine In Paris
Taking one of the Vedettes Pont-Neuf boat tours on the River Seine provides a completely different outlook to many of the tourist attractions in Paris.
- Tour Circuit of the Vedettes Pont-Neuf Boat Tours
Gare Montparnasse Train Station In Paris
The Gare Montparnasse is one of the main train stations in Paris that has around 50 million commuters each year, but was only built within the 1960s, and today on the upper levels on the Grandes Lignes you can find the TGV trains.
- Jardin Atlantique Public Gardens At Gare Montparnasse
Noctilien Night Bus In Paris
When travelling around Paris in the early hours of the morning, rather than paying high taxi prices, you can now use the Noctilien night bus service.
Gare d’Austerlitz Train Station In Paris
The Gare d’Austerlitz is one of the main train stations in Paris that is located on the left bank of the River Seine and originally called the Gare d’Orleans.
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