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Paris public transport

The efficient transportation network of Paris consists of six different types of means. 

With its 16 lines, Paris Metro provides the fastest journeys around Paris.  Metro works from 5.30 to 1 AM.  

Réseau Express Régional, or in short Paris RER is a regional transportation network. RER Trains and Paris Metro actually complete each other. RER Trains provide journeys to almost every region in the city, including Charles de Gaulle Airport, Versailles and even Disneyland. RER uses the zone system, meaning that the prices of the tickets change according to the zones. 

Montmartre Funicular is a railway that connects Buttle Montmartre to Place du Tertre. Instead of taking the 197 steps long stairs, you can take the funicular and reach your destination in 90 seconds. It is free if you have Passe Navigo or Paris Visite.

Taxi, tramway and bus are the other options but taking the bus is the most popular way in Paris after Metro and RER. Because the journey with a bus are quite interesting as it is possible to see the great streets and attractions of the city.


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