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RATP, the public-transportation network of Paris, has a route finder, maps, and other information in half a dozen languages (including English).
This article from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, gives a short history of the Réseau Express Régional and briefly describes the five RER lines.
The Paris underground system has 14 lines, 380 stations, and 130 miles or 211 km of track. Our article describes how to buy tickets and ride the trains.
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RER Line B connects CDG with central Paris. Our illustrated article tells how to take the train, or--if you prefer--how to reach the city by bus, shuttle, or taxi.
Our Orly article tells how to reach Paris via links to the RER and other transport modes.
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