19th eBSN workshop on
"Sector specific policies and cross-sectoral processes for eBusiness for SMEs"
Paris the 13th October 2008
Paris has an extensive but quite complex transportation network
Stations can be recognized with the following signs:
In order to prepare your stay, maps for bus, metro and RER lines can be found on the internet: http://www.ratp.info/touristes/index.php?langue=en&rub=reperer&cat=plan-metro.
By typing in the address, station name or monument name, on the RATP web site (http://www.ratp.info/touristes/index.php?langue=en&rub=reperer) you can find your route. Just be careful and specify the exact time of the day if you expect the travel early in the morning or late in the night: RER and buses get scarce during the night.
You may also download the Metro application for your PDA or smartphone: http://chotto.free.fr/tatami/Metro/index-en.html
The regular ticket costs 1.60 € and enables the customer:
A one day pass (Mobilis) is available (5.80€ to travel within Paris, price is increasing if you want to gain access to the suburbs).
To go from the airport to Paris: