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There are direct flights to Charles de Gaulle Airport from around the world. Charles de Gaulle Airport is quite efficient, modern and accessible because of the city’s popularity. For further information you can visit Paris flight ticket page.

But it is possible to get to Paris by bus as well. But the bus journeys are quite long, some of them take over 20 hours depending on the country you are departed. You can get to Paris by car as well but finding a parking spot is difficult. Even though you manage to find one, it will probably cost a fortune. Travelling to Paris by plane is the most practical solution if you’re only visiting.

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Transportation from Paris Airports to the City Center

The airports in Paris are Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Orly Airport (ORY) and Beauvais Tille Airport (BVA). Charles de Gaulle Airport is the main airport of Paris and the second-most used airport in Europe. Orly Airport is usually used for domestic flights and low-cost carriers. But there are several flight destinations to Europe as well. 

The distance between CDG Airport and city centre is 25 kilometres. There are different methods to get to the city centre from Charles de Gaulle. You can take the RER Train. The trip will last 50 minutes and it costs 10 € (2019). This is the cheapest option. You can take the train from Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. But like other cities, taking the taxi will cost a lot. It is 60 € to get to the city centre by taxi even though it is the fastest way. Taking the bus is another option. The ticket costs 11.50 € (2019) and the journey takes 70 minutes.   


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