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I almost always use this to get into Paris unless I am in a huge rush. It is only a little slower than other vehicles and that is only because it stops at multiple CDG terminals. Once you get going you go as fast as...More
Nice bus, very reasonably priced, air conditioned, drops you right in front of the terminal at Charles de Gaulle. The driver was very courteous and if you need help getting your luggage on board, they will help you with that!
We arrived at CDG airport on Monday morning and waited for almost an hour for the bus to arrive despite signs posted that the next bus was in 16 minutes. I did not time the ride in but it felt like an hour. The bus...More
It was very, very hot in Paris that day and the bus, with no a/c was unbearable.
But if you aren't riding when the temperatures are in the 90's F then I recommend the Roissybus. It was easy to find, you carry your checked bag...More
This was a pretty easy ride from Opéra (five-minute walk from the metro station) to the airport. For some reason, buying tickets online in advance was 13,80 euro but to buy on the spot (there is a machine there) or to buy from the driver...More
1st time took Roissy Bus at 7am, took less than 25 min to reach the city! So much faster than Paris Shuttle which took an hour on my previous trips! Have free WiFi but only 30 min.
But going back to CDG was a 2-hours...More
This was a decent way to get to the airport from our Opera area hotel.
However, nobody helped us with our suitcases, which we had to carry onto the bus (which has no place to put them) and the bus is not air-conditioned.
So much easier than in the past. Look for kiosk by baggage claim purchase ticket go out the door bus is just there. Next stop Opera. In the am returning u may need to switch to airport shuttle is this does not make every terminal...More
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.