What do zones mean on Paris Metro?

What do zones mean on Paris Metro?

Paris Metro trains are a single zone even if the Metro line crosses into zone 2 or zone 3. Paris zones apply to transit passes used on RER trains and Transilien trains to Disney, Versailles, airports, etc. By default Navigo Decouverte passes are 1-5 zone.

What Metro zone is Montmartre?

Metro line 12
Metro line 12 weaves up and around Montmartre, taking you to the upper part of the area, where many hotels and sites are situated.

What zone is CDG in?

zone 5
CDG Airport is in zone 5 of the Paris public transport system. There are a number of Paris public transport passes (see below). To access the RER system you will need a ticket. Whatever ticket you have, (including travel passes) you insert it into an automatic barrier which allows you through.

What metro zone is Notre Dame?

Notre-Dame-de-Lorette (Paris Métro)

Owned by RATP
Operated by RATP
Other information
Fare zone 1

How many lines are there in Paris Metro?

where to go after buying Metro tickets or passes from ticket windows or vending machines

  • how to use your Metro fare to pass through gates&turnstiles
  • how to get to the right Paris Metro train platform
  • How much do metro tickets cost in Paris?

    Paris Metro tickets are valid for travel on Paris transport/transit including: Paris Metro Ticket t+ is currently priced at 1.90€ for a single ticket ( as of Nov. 1, 2019). A package of 10 tickets, a carnet [“car-nay”] costs 16.90€ or 14.90€ if put on Navigo Easy.

    Is there a metro pass in Paris?

    Paris Metro Pass Overview. To buy a Paris Metro Pass good for Paris Metro, Trains, Buses, and Trams one would buy either a Navigo Découverte Pass or a Paris Visite Pass. Which Paris Metro Pass you choose depends on what day of the week you arrive in Paris and how far outside of central Paris you want to travel on Paris Public Transportation.

    How do you buy metro tickets in Paris?

    If you want the simplest,easiest,no-thinking-required solution and saving 20-50 euros per person for the week isn’t an issue Buy a 1-5 Zone Paris Visite ticket for the number

  • How many days in Paris?
  • Day of the week you arrive?
  • Rides per day?
  • Visiting Versailles,Disneyland Paris,Fontainebleau or other destinations outside central Paris?