Getting around Paris.

 Paris has an extremely extensive public transport system, which usually works quite well. In this section, we introduce the main means of transport in Paris.

Getting to & from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport or Paris-Orly airport

Select your arrival / departure airport and find the best way to get to or from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport or Paris-Orly airport: public transports, taxis, transports en communs, taxis, live traffic conditions.

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Montmartre Map

Overview of Montmartre neigborhood

Walking in Paris

Each one of Paris 20 arrondissement (districts) has a different atmosphere. 

Strolling around and suddenly coming across a small square with trees, a flowery little street, or ambling around streets in search of a work of street art, a building with remarkable architecture ... are just some of the countless ways of getting to know Paris. Take small breaks at some of the endless bars and Cafés around Paris and enjoy people watching.

Paris metro, bus, tram and RER

The entire RATP network is at your service for you to enjoy an unforgettable stay in the City of Lights.

The Eiffel Tower, Saint-Denis Basilica, the Arc de Triomphe…with RATP, you can discover Paris by bus, metro or tram.

Everything you need to know to plan your visit to Paris and the Île-de-France region. It´s also here you will find and download the very useful RATP APP. Perfect to plan your trip by bus or metro from A to B.


Taxi or Uber? We like both.

There are 18 000 taxis regulated by the city of Paris serving in the entire Paris metropolitan area.

You will recognise them as they are usually luxurious black cars with the white sign "TAXI PARISIEN" getting green when free and red when busy on their roof.

Download their apps for easier booking.

Montmartrobus 40

Tired after a long day of walking? The Montmartrobus is a RATP dedicated bus service that covers the Montmartre area of Paris in the 18th Arrondissement, which starts at rue des Martyrs close to Place Pigalle and this bus service has a specific route that will take you all around the Montmartre area stopping at important points such as Abbesses, Rue Lepic, Place du Tertre, opposite the Saint-Pierre church, close to the Sacre Coeur Basilica, La Maison Rose and down to Place Jules Jofferin.

Montmartre Funicular

The funicular is part of the Paris Metro network and visitors get access with normal metro tickets. It takes less than 90 seconds to reach the iconic white domes of the Sacré Coeur and a view that looks over the center of the Paris.  Opens 7 days a week from 6 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.

When the funicular first opened in 1900, Montmartre in the northern part of Paris was the coolest artist hangout in Europe. Pablo Picasso lived round the corner during the area’s heyday known as the Belle Époque. Parisians wanting to avoid the steep climb to the best view in the city simply stepped out of their horse-drawn carriage, and into the small wooden car to be transported up the 100-meter funicular railway track.


Parking Clichy Montmartre

The Clichy Montmartre car park is located at place de Clichy. The 18th arrondissement, especially the area around place de Clichy, is full of iconic sites. Moulin Rouge is 5 minutes away by foot from the car park. 

12 Rue Forest, 75018 Paris

SAGS Parking Anvers

take advantage of underground parking with SAGS and your 2WD Pass, and benefit from reduced rates on all partner car parks.

41 boulevard de Rochechouart
75009 Paris

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