Charles de Gaulle
23 kilometres north east of
Paris near the village of Roissy-en-France is Charles de Gaulle
airport.It is the largest airport serving Paris.
The Air France bus is an excellent option to reach the center of
Paris. It leaves every 15-20 minutes during the hours of 05.40 -
23.00 and drops off passengers at Porte Maillot, Etoile/Place
Charles de Gaulle, or Gare Montparnasse. The journey takes about
25 minutes if traffic is clear; an hour or more during rush
Or take the RER: An RER/TGV
station now serves the airport directly. Trains leave every 15
minutes during the hours of 05.30 and 23.00 to central Paris.The journey
takes around 35 minutes to Gare du Nord.
South of Paris (14
kilometres) near the town of Orly is Orly Airport. It has two
terminals referred to as Orly-Sud (Orly South) and Orly-Ouest (Orly
West).The Air France bus leaves every 15-20 minutes from during
the hours of 05.40 - 23.00 and drops off passengers at Gare
d'Austerlitz, Gare Montparnasse, or Gare St-Michel. The journey
takes about 25 minutes.
Or take the Orly Bus -
Service to and from Denfert-Rochereau Métro/RER stop (bus is next
to the RER stop). Trains depart every 15 minutes; expect about 45
minutes travel time to Paris.