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C driverless trains connect terminals, parking garages, and train stations at Charles de Gaulle Airport (known to most Parisians as "Roissy," the name of the adjoining suburb).
Stops on the CDGVAL line include:
Terminal 1, the original circular terminal at CDG;
Parc PR (a parking garage)
Terminal 3/Roissypole (with its SCNF railroad station and the RER's CDG1 station)
Parc PX (another parking garage)
Terminal 2 station complex (TGV high-speed trains and the RER's CDG2 station).
Transportation is free, and travel time from one end of the line to the other is 8 minutes.
Charles de Gaulle Airport
Here's how to reach the city from Roissy by RER train, bus, door-to-door shuttle, or taxi.
Orly Airport Ground
How to reach central Paris or CDG from Orly Airport by train or bus, with connections to the RER and Métro.
Several budget carriers (most notably Ryanair) serve BVA, which is located 80 minutes from Paris by bus.
The Réseau Express Régional is a commuter-rail system that connects with the Métro. RER destinations outside the city include CDG Airport, Versailles, and Disneyland Paris.
The Paris underground system has 380 stations and 14 lines with 211 km (130 km) of track. Our illustrated article tells how to buy tickets and ride the trains.
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