Transport in Paris
MetroThe Paris Metro, with its famous Art Nouveau station entrances, covers the whole of the city, across 16 lines. With the stations very close together, especially in the centre, it is generally the easiest way to get from A to B in Paris.
RER Suburban Railway
Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is located approximately 14.5 miles (23km) to the north-east of Paris. It is on the RER-B line, accessible by road from the A1 motorway and is served by buses from Gare de Nord and Gare de l’est and by coach from Porte Maillot, Etoile, Gare de Lyon and Montparnasse.
Paris Orly Airport (ORY)Paris Orly Airport (ORY) is located approximately 9 miles (14km) to the south of the city centre. The airport is accesible by road from the A6 motorway or the N7 trunk road. While not served as well by public transport as CDG, there are shuttle buses connecting Orly with both the Metro and the RER-B line.
EurostarEurostar international rail services run from Gare du Nord to Brussels in Belgium, and to London St Pancras, Ashford and Ebbsfleet in the UK. There is also a daily service each way between London St Pancras and Disneyland Resort Paris (Marne La Vallée station)
Tourism in Paris
Tourist AttractionsUse the links below to show the location of some of Paris’s most popular tourist attractions on the map
ParisMapped.com is a fully-searchable, interactive street map of Paris. Our comprehensive database contains locations of streets, stations, hotels and other places of interest throughout Paris and allows you to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily.
To use the map simply type the name of the location you are looking for in the search box, or click on one of the links above. If multiple locations are shown on the map, click on the appropriate pointer and the map will zoom in on that point.
You can use the + and – icons to the top left of the map to zoom in and out, and move the map with the arrow icons or by simply dragging the map with your mouse.