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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add translations in English!!! It’s complicated as is, for such a tourist destination where most people visiting won’t know french or maybe even be used to this transit system, it’s extremely stressful to find your way around! Google maps is not updated,...More

Thank Deena_h20
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Paris Metro is an economical way to get around the city to see the best sites of Paris. If you have used any subway or underground system before, you should have no problem using this one. There are a couple of things for tourists...More

Thank NiPat5
Reviewed 2 days ago

Has mentioned in some of the reviews in the past, you must keep your tickets during your entire trip. Station Inspectors will be checking for tickets and some don't speak English.. Also, remember that Paris is a "major" city, so travel off peak as much...More

Thank Ramon L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Always keep your ticket. Ticket inspectors are totally unprepared to deal with tourists and instead of treating an involuntary mistake with courtesy, respect and orientation; they choose harassment, threats and do not hesitate before humiliating a father in front of their children. ratp, please learn...More

Thank Alessandro J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Depending on what time you choose to.travel the Metro can either be OK or a complete nightmare.Off peak times,its not too bad..very little English speaking staff to guide you to the correct line but the interactive maps were helpful. Travelling during peak times was a...More

Thank alison l
Reviewed 1 week ago

The metro system is very efficient and connecting is so easy. Please note however you must keep your ticket until you have left the entire station of your destination. I got separated from my friends when were connecting as I had to leave the station...More

Thank Jamie A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Not immediately sign posted after arriving at Gard du Nord on Eurostar but just downstairs near information desk. Colour coded and each line numbered. Best to understand direction you are going in as well as line number so check a map first. We bought tickets...More

1  Thank D8TEterryh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent 3 days at the end of our UK trip taking the train to Paris and bopping around the city. The Metro turned out to be a great way to move quickly around the city. Our first day/night, we did a lot of walking,...More

1  Thank OBillyHill
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Unlike NYC - taxi's are not as readily available and the traffic is especially tight, so the Metro is the ideal way to get around the city. While it is not as clean as London's Underground Tube system... the Metro is very user-friendly and easy...More

1  Thank Barbra S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Paris Metro is cheap but if using single tickets, do not throw them away until you exit! Being a good Aussie I threw mine and my wife’s ticket away in a rubbish bin after we went through the ticket gate on entry so we...More

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John S
May 21, 2018|
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Response from JennifereSmith | Reviewed this property |
When I was there in March 2018, I used my google maps app while on WiFi. It gave my step by step instructions and I never had any issues.
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Maryandbriantravel
April 5, 2018|
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Response from vtbose | Reviewed this property |
There’s one at 5.04am and another at 5.20am from George V to CDG. Both take an hour to arrive. (This is from ratp)
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