- How do I get from Charles de Gaulle airport to the train station?
- Where is the RER station in Charles de Gaulle Airport?
- Is there a metro station at Charles de Gaulle airport?
- How do I get to Charles de Gaulle airport?
- How do I buy RER tickets?
- How long does it take to get through immigration at CDG?
- How much is a train ticket from Charles de Gaulle to Paris?
- Do metro tickets work on RER?
- How do I buy RER tickets at CDG?
How do I get from Charles de Gaulle airport to the train station?
The regular RER trains will make about 9 stops in between CDG Airport and Gare du Nord. You’ll save roughly 12 minutes by taking one of the express trains, but even the non-express RER B will get you to Paris (Gare du Nord) in about 34 minutes.
Where is the RER station in Charles de Gaulle Airport?
RER station Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 is located at Roissypole, near terminal 3. Access to-from terminal 1 by CDGVAL shuttle train.
Is there a metro station at Charles de Gaulle airport?
Trains and Metro. Line B of the rapid transit train network, RER, serves CDG via two stops. It is considered the main train station in the airport, and signs pointing to ‘Gare’ or ‘Paris par train’ will probably be referring to Aérogare 2. RER trains to Gare du Nord in central Paris take around 35 minutes.
How do I get to Charles de Gaulle airport?
To get from Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG) to the city centre of Paris, you have three transfer options, train, bus or taxi. One cheap transfer option is taking the regional RER train. This takes around 50 minutes to reach the city and costs only 10€. Another cheap transfer option is the bus.
How do I buy RER tickets?
You can buy RER tickets from ticket windows and ticket vending machines (Billetterie Ile-de-France) at any Paris Metro station, at large train stations (such as Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord), at RER train stations and Transilien train stations (suburban trains to destinations like Versailles & Fontainebleau).
How long does it take to get through immigration at CDG?
Three hours is the typical minimul recommended between a flight and train out of CDG, more if you are trying to catch a train out of Paris. As mentioned, passport control (ot customs) can be a 20 minute trip or a 90 minute ordeal.
How much is a train ticket from Charles de Gaulle to Paris?
Train tickets from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris Gare du Nord start at €21.40 one-way for a Standard Class ticket if you book in Advance, however, if you’re booking last-minute tickets on the day, the average price is around €96.36.
Do metro tickets work on RER?
A single ticket costs 1.70€ and allows unlimited travel and transfer within the Metro for up to 90 minutes. You can also make one transfer between Metro and RER (the ticket is valid until you exit a Metro station). The Metro and RER share the same stations, so you don’t need to exit the Metro to transfer to the RER.
How do I buy RER tickets at CDG?
An RER train ticket from CDG Airport to central Paris costs 10.30€, which you can purchase with euro coins and bills/notes, or with an accepted debit or credit card. You may wait in line at the ticket office and buy your ticket with cash euros or a debit or credit card, or you may buy your ticket from a ticket machine.