How To Get Around In Paris

Experience Paris, Transport
How To Get Around In Paris


Travelling around in Paris and getting from A to B is child’s play. Whether you use public transportation (metro, bus, RER suburban trains) or private transportation (taxi, ridesharing services), the whole city and the Ile-de-France region are very well covered.

Public Transportation

The RATP (Autonomous Operator of Parisian Transport) runs subway, tram and bus services in Paris and its suburbs, as well as shuttle services for both Orly and Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airports.
Tickets start at 1,70€ (single ticket)  to 13€ for a 10 ticket book. There also are daily, weekly, or monthly passes.


SNCF is the French National Railway Company.
The railway company runs the traffic in France, and operates France national rail service, from Paris RER network, to inter-regional trains (TER) and the TGV, its high-speed rail network, with connections to other european countries.



Private Transportation


BlaBlaCar is a marketplace that connects drivers with empty seats to passengers looking for a ride. Blablacar makes travel social, and is the largest ridesharing service in France, with a fast-growing community of users.





Drivy is the leading peer-to-peer car rental service in France – with full insurance for users. Rent out your own car when you don’t use it, or drive your neighbor’s car for your week-end getaways.
You can rent cars from 15€ per day




Allocab is the french equivalent of Uber. The app Allocab allows you to ask for any sort of cars, from berlines to SUVs with private chauffeur, and tracks the location of your booked vehicle. There is also a moto-taxi option.


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