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A Complete Guide to Parisian public transports, routes and ticket options for locals and travelers in Paris. Get easily from one place to another.
In Paris, the urban transport consists of:
One way regular transport tickets, called "Tickets T+", can be bought at all metro and RER stations in Paris, either at ticket offices or from ticket machines. They are single-usage for metros, bus and RER, but only inside Paris.
There are 2 complementary ticket options available for travelers or locals:
They are both available to buy in metro or RER stations at the ticket offices or from ticket machines. When you bought them, then you must stamped them at the turnstiles before you can access your train.
Ticket T+ single trip ticket costs 1,90 €. The 10-pack called "Carnet" costs 16,90 €. Single trip ticket for children between 4 and 10 costs 8,45 €. Children under 4 do not need a ticket.
Mobilis daily ticket costs €7.50.
Paris Visit ticket costs between 12 € and 38,35 € depending on the number of days you select.
Here you will find an overview of the most important tickets and their conditions.
Which one will suit your needs during your trip to Paris ?
For an additional overview, visit the Paris RATP site, which lists all special fares. Prices are generally increased annually on the 1st of January.
Here is an overview of special tickets for public transport in Paris. These include, for example, annual tickets, student tickets and senior tickets.
More information on the price of the individual tickets can be found on the webpage of the
Parisian public transport companies. It also contains an overview of tickets for supported groups of people.
The inner area of Paris is served by the metro, so all major sights are within easy reach. It is said that in Paris there is a metro stop every 300 meters. There is also a very well-developed bus network. The trams run in the suburbs of Paris.
Download the free transport App of Parisian Railway System called RATP and find your way easily in the French Capital.
Yes, there is a one-day ticket for travel on public transport. It becomes profitable from four trips on public transport in one day.
Tickets for single trips are also sold in packs of ten, as so-called "carnet". Carnets are about 30% cheaper than normal single tickets. As they are not personal, several people can share a "carnet".
The Paris Welcome Card is a card for public transport in combination with discounts at the entrance to sights, museums and attractions.
The purchase of a one-day ticket becomes profitable in Paris from four single trips with the normal price. This applies to the entire public transport network.
Tickets for single journeys are also sold in packs of ten, known as "carnet". Carnets are about 30% cheaper than normal single tickets. As they are not personal, several people can share a "carnet".