- Anyone ever caught a bus between Paris CDG and Orly airports?
The wife has used the navette service from CDG into Paris, and it was pretty sorted. Personally I find CDG a wierd airport, not easy to navigate round, and T3 is almost like a hanger a distance away from the other terminals, so you'll be busing from T3 to T1 or T2.
Have you looked at the Air France website, they fly out of T2 and might well run shuttle services between CDG & Orly that you could use.Posted 7 years agokonabunnyMember
The Paris Airports website has an interactive guide that tells you exactly: http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/guide-connection-flight/guide-connection-flight.htm
Posted 7 years agoFlaperonSubscriber
Had to do it a few times when working out of both. RER (Paris underground) is definitely the way to go. Cheap, utterly reliable, and a doddle to use. If you want to spend the day in Paris you can get a tourist day rider, about €18 which lets you use any train or bus in the Paris area.
IIRC you ride the blue line from CDG to Antony, then change to go the airport. If you're just buying a simple ticket then you'll have to pay more for the ride to the airport, or you could grab a taxi from anywhere near Rungis.Posted 7 years agofwb2006Member
I travelled through cdg last night and it reminded me why I hate it, you land, get a bus to a the terminal come out through security, get a bus to a different terminal re enter security then get another bus to your plane!. Ffs whoever 'designed' that travesty needs shooting. Worth it for the weather here in montpellier though.Posted 7 years ago
Les bains de Montpellier (behind the opera comedie) nice place,good menu on the slate,changes every day.
Le Reserve Rimbaud got their first michelin star last year, didnt hike the prices,also a really nice place although not quite in the city centre (its overlooking the river out behind 'les aubes')
Otherwise the triangle at the bottom of the rue de l'Aguillerie has several decent places to eat although the quality of both food and service can fluctuate during the tourist season in some of them. Grillardin is usually consistant.
That'll keep you busy!Posted 7 years ago
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