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Airport Buses

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ABOVE: Look for transportation signs in the terminal.

Airport buses

Le Bus Direct

Buses of Le Bus Direct Paris Aéroport (formerly Cars Air France) connect Terminals 1 and 2 with destinations on the Right and Left Bank:

For current fares and timetables, visit Le Bus Direct.

RoissyBus

RATP, the Paris regional transport authority, operates this coach between CDG Terminals 1, 2, and 3 and the rue Scribe by the American Express office and the Opéra Garnier. (Take the RoissyBus if you're staying at one of the many hotels in the Opéra district.)

Buses run every 15 to 20 minutes, with an average travel time of 75 minutes. The one-way fare is €12,--.

Buy your ticket from an RATP vending machine (or ticket booth, if available) and validate your ticket when you board the bus. If you're dashing to the bus at the last minute, you can pay the driver.

Note:

Travel time is nominally 60 to 75 minutes but can be shorter or longer, depending on traffic.

For up-to-date information, see the the RATP's RoissyBus page.

RATP Buses 350 and 351

Bus 350 is a public-transit bus that links CDG with the Gare de l'Est in Paris.

Bus  351 runs between CDG and Nation in Paris.

Both buses start and finish their routes at the airport's Roisspôle RER train station. To ride them, you'll need three standard T+ paper Métro/bus tickets or a valid pass such as the 1- to 5-zone Paris Visite card.

Next page: Taxis and shuttles


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Introduction
Trains (RER)
Airport buses
Taxis and shuttles

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CDGVAL shuttle trains at Charles de Gaulle Airport
Paris RER
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