Where To Go
La Grande Arche
Height: 110.9m. Fantastic view over the Avenue des Champs-Élysées down to the Louvre. Cool spot for pictures. Elevator takes you to the top through a glass pipe with a stunning view. Front of glass and Carrara marble.
Admission: 15€. Age 3-18: 7€.
Public Transportation: Station La Défense – M1, M2, RER L,U,A
The most famous landmark of Paris
Admission Top Floor: 25€ adult, 12.50€ 12-24 years, children 4-11 6.30€, below free
Admission Second Floor: 16€ adult, 8€ 12-24 years, children 4€, below free
if you want to take the stairs instead of the lift you pay about 1/3 less.
Public Transportation: Station Trocadero – M6, M9. Station Bir-Hakeim – M6. Station Champs de Mars Tour Eiffel – RER C
Centre Georges Pompidou
Largest museum for modern art in Europe. Stunning modern architecture. The building is easy to spot from everywhere above.
Admission: Age less than 18: free. 18-25: 11€. From 26: 14€ , First Sunday of the month free.
Public Transportation: Metro Rambuteau (M11), Hotel de Ville (M1,M11), Chatelet Les Halles (M1,M4,M7,M11,M14); RER: Châtelet Les Halles (A,B,D);
Entertainment resort 40 Km west of the city in Marne-la-Vallée. Two theme parks, many resort hotels and much more.
Admission: Adult tickets vary between 48€ and 99€ depending on the ticket category. Check the official website
Public Transportation: Station Marne la Vallée-Chessy – RER A
The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is the world’s largest art museum. Over 38.000 objects are exhibited on more than 72.000 square meters. Closed on Tuesdays.
Admission: Online Tickets 17€ (+quick entry in less than 30 minutes), Adults 15€ under 18yrs free
Public Transportation: Station Palais Royal Musée du Louvre – M1, M7
How To Get Around
Travel By Metro
The Métro is the cheapest, easiest and fastest way to get around Paris. There are 16 metro lines and some 300 metro stations; the entrance is indicated by a large yellow letter ‘M’.
Travel By RER
The Paris RER is 5 express train lines connecting Paris city centre to surrounding suburbsindicated by a large yellow letter ‘M’.
Travel By Tramway
Paris has 4 tramway lines serving the perimeter of the city: T1, T2, T3, T4.
Tram tickets are the same as those used on the metro and the RER in Paris.
e cheapest, easiest and fastest way to get around Paris. There are 16 metro lines and some 300 metro stations; the entrance is indicated by a large yellow letter ‘M’.
Travel By Bus
There are numerous bus lines and many buses go through the centre of the city, along the banks of the Seine, and through historic districtsicated by a large yellow letter ‘M’.
Travel By Noctilien
The Noctilien is a night bus service that operates in Paris and the Paris region from 12.30am to 5.30am. 47 lines crisscross Paris and the Paris region so that everyone can get around by public transport.
You can use your travel pass or a metro/bus ticket if it covers the zones concerned (the same zones as for the metro/RER).
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