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How to get to Paris from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG)

Are you coming to Paris for a couple of days or a few weeks and flying into Charles de Gaulle airport (Paris-CDG)? Are you wondering how to get to the center of Paris? Finding your bearings and getting around can be a challenge… If you’re arriving at Charles de Gaulle airport, you’ll be landing in Paris’ suburbs, relatively far from the city center. In this article you’ll find all the necessary information to get to Paris from Charles de Gaulle airport stress-free.


Pianos in the stations of Paris

If you’ve recently used public transport in France, namely the train, you may have noticed the pianos on display in various stations of the capital. This large-scale operation began in the Gare Montparnasse in 2010, before expanding to various Parisian stations and elsewhere across France.


Paris with Children, our Tips for a Successful Trip!

Just because you’re traveling with kids doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Be careful not to over pack your schedule though!
With so much to do and see, it goes without saying that Paris cannot be visited just once! You won’t get to see everything on your first visit, especially when you’re with the kids. Your main goal should be to have fun and make your kids want to come back.

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North-South journey across Paris on the metro’s line 4

Line 4 of the Paris metro is 12.1km long and stops at 27 different stations. It crosses Paris lengthwise, traveling North-South from the flea markets of Clignancourt to clocktower of Montrouge. The line connects, at various points, to all of the city’s metro lines (except for the short feeder lines 3bis and 7bis). Taking the metro during your time in Paris is a wonderful way to discover the city. Here are some suggestions of stations to visit: