Whether you’re going to stay in Paris for a short amount of time, or for longer periods, you’ll need to choose which kind of transportation to use. Chances are, you will want to take the metro, the bus or the tram ! Check this article to learn about the types of metro tickets you’ll need, depending on what you’re planning.
From and To The Airport – Airport tickets
Ideal if you want to go to or from the Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) or Orly (ORY) Airport. There are different prices according to the airport you’re going to and the transportation you want to use.
T+ Tickets and Mobilis – For trips inside Paris
T+ tickets : 1,90€ – Valid 2 hours after first use, it allows you to travel by metro, RER inside Paris, bus (except Orlybus and Roissybus), tramway, and the Montmartre funicular. If you think you might need more tickets, consider buying the paperless tickets. Find out more here.
Mobilis : 7,5€ – this daily package allows you to travel unlimitedly on all modes of transport in Ile-de-France: Metro, RER, Bus, Tramway and Train with some exceptions (Orlyval line, SNCF reservation lines and Optile special-priced lines)
Paris Visit Travel Pass – For 5 days or more in Paris
It cost 38,35 € and offers you unlimited travel in Paris and Île-de-France, using all types of public transportation networks
All Tickets can be purchased at RATP ticket desks and automatic vending machines, located in some metro, bus, tram, and RER stations.