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Never used this form of transport before in Paris and I was very impressed easy to manage and easy to find routes stops what you need ticket prices fine staff helpful

Thank Judith C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Superb connectivity between various places and stations . You don’t have to pay for heavily priced tickets on hop on hop off buses if you are willing to take the metro. Everything is clearly communicated through signs and the tickets are cheap as well. For...More

Thank sivakumarhip
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

One of the easiest and cheapest way to travel in Paris. Lots of lines and connections, some stations are underground, others are upper ground, cleanliness and safety depend on the station, police, security and cameras are operational, however I highly suggest being careful while traveling...More

Thank Esther M
Reviewed 6 days ago

We used the Metro whilst in Paris for the first time. Previously used the London Underground, so not complete novices. We had planned to buy and use weekly Navigo cards (similar to Oyster cards), but they are NOT seven days from when you buy them,...More

1  Thank dmc_sheff
Reviewed 1 week ago

Used this a primary method of transport in Paris for a couple of days. Its easy to use and seemed clean and safe. Its pretty easy to get to where ever you need to go in central Paris, but there will be some walking involved...More

Thank Gaurav S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Paris can be very congested. While it's nice to see the city through the windows of a bus, you can get stuck in traffic. The Metro works well if you are in a hurry. And the service is frequent. Note that underground passages for changing...More

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is so easy to get around Paris on the metro - and inexpensive! Just find the end point of the metro you want to hop on, and watch for your stop.

Thank Cowboy610
Reviewed 1 week ago

We used the Metro often during our long weekend stay in Paris, and found it to be: on-time, affordable, and a quick & easy way to navigate through Paris. ***IMPORTANT*** Keep your ticket stub! A couple in our group threw away their ticket stubs after...More

Thank RicanExplorer
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The metro is the fastest was to get from A to B. Trains come very frequently and the network is comprehensive. All central stations are staffed and have an efficient services desk. Staff speak English. It is best value to buy a carnet of 10...More

Thank Robin K
Reviewed 1 week ago

People in the UK like to run down our transport and rave about the French. The Paris metro and the London tube are the opposite though. The tube has developed massively while the metro is antiquated and complex. We were pickpoted on the first day,...More

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Getaway704782
27 August 2018|
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Response from Gavin D | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think it was me that used that term, but I could probably have a go at answering. The machines at the stations give a variety of different tickets for different zones. You can purchase tickets for zones 1and 2, or... More
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tholiajai
14 August 2018|
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Response from laplandmum | Reviewed this property |
As above the 5 day pass is so easy to use. Take a passport size photo with you as it will be added to your pass.
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tholiajai
14 August 2018|
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Response from Gavin D | Reviewed this property |
A Navigo card might still be your best bet, but it depends on when you arrive. Navigo card covers all transport in (and sometimes around) Paris. It costs about 27 euro but that can be recouped easily with 2/3 per day over 5... More
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