Depending on your location there are two main options to get to France: by Air or by Train.
France and Europe have a wonderful train system and it is very easy to use. You can in fact check the train fare, train schedules and get more information at our Paris Train Travel page.
Air France, also offers great service and very competitive fares for going in and out of Paris.
There are 2 major airports in Paris, France: Charles de Gaulle and Orly. They both cater to international and domestic flights.
Charles de Gaulle is about 23 km Northeast of the city accessible by A1 motorway.
RER runs every 15 minutes (or 8 minutes during rush time) to the center of Paris from this airport and the ride is about 45 minutes. Line B goes from Terminal 2 to Gare du Nord, Chatlet des Halles, St. Michel and Denfert-Rochereau. You can switch to metro afterwards.
From Charles de Gaulle, RER takes about 10 minutes to Paris Disneyland.
There are 3 terminals at Charles de Gaulle airport. Terminal 1 is for international flights except Air France. Terminal 2 is for Air France and other airlines flying within Europe. Terminal T9 is only for chartered flights.
Buses travel between Terminal 1 and 2 and Place Charles de Gaulles every 10 minutes and the travel time is about 45 minutes.
From 7 am to 9:30 pm buses also run between Montparnasse and Terminal 1 and 2 every half an hour and the travel time is about 50 minutes.
Roissy bus runs every 15 minutes from 6:00 am to 10:30 pm to Rue Scribe in the Opera area. Travel time is about 45 minutes.
Taxi ride is about 45 minutes and there are limousine services as well.
Visit this interactive map to plan your route.
Paris Orly is about 14 km south of Paris accessible by A6 motorway. Orly airport houses 2 terminals, Orly West and Orly South.
RER Line C serves the Orly airport with direction of Invalides and stops at Gare d’Austerlitz and Saint-Michel- Notre Dame.
OrlyVal shuttle takes you to Anthony station where you can link to RER B.
OrlyBus takes you to and from Place Denfert-Rochereau RER and métro station.
Bus lines 183, 295 and 282 also make stop at Orly.
You can also choose a door to door shuttle service.
Visit Orly interactive map to plan your trip.
Paris-Beauvais is another airport mainly used by chartered airlines located 80 km northwest of Paris. The best way to get to and form this airport is by bus from Porte Maillot .