Transiting in Paris

Sorry I couldn’t post recently because of packing my stuff and travelling back home from Italy. ✈✈

So now I’m back on the Internet and gonna write a bit during this month of holiday. In case you’re transiting by Paris while travelling, here it’s a small part of what I experienced.

My trip started in Milan, Malpensa airport, and arrived 1h10 later in Paris, Roissy airport. I decided to take a late flight to stay at some family’s place for the night, before heading back to Brittany. Every trains to Brittany are leaving from “Gare Montparnasse”, so you have several ways to reach it:

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– Roissy bus: From Roissy (various stops depending of the terminal) and several stops in Paris city center (like Opera or Gare de Lyon for example).

– RER B: Blue line of the RER (suburban train) various stops in Paris city center.

– Taxi: Sorry but I don’t think Uber’s gonna work 😜 They’ll be able to pick you from th exit of the terminal, and bring you wherever you want.

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Otherwise think about checking your destination on SNCF’s website, from Roissy, there is a train station in terminal 2, and if you have some luggage it might be easier!

I hope you’ll find it easier when arriving in Paris, and if you have any other tips, let them in comments!!

See you on the next post, xx

Héloïse

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