We are proud to offer our newest, affordable sightseeing option – AUDIO TOURS. Can’t make one of our guided tours? No problem, we have recorded some of our best tour guides giving their tours and put them on a GPS enabled app.
We have partnered with Atlantis Audio Tours to provide you with a convenient way to experience our tours. Each tour offers an off-line option to view the map and hear the audio of each walk so that you don’t need to have GPS maps running with the app.
The month of November in Paris will see mostly fall-like weather becoming more winter-like as the month draws to an end. November also tends to be a bit on the wet side as well with about 15 days seeing some rainfall.Read more »
TL;DR – If you have heavy bags, and a little extra money, a taxi or Go Airport Shuttle will be the best way to get from Charles de Gaulle to Paris. For a few very specific locations around the city, there are some bus options that will get you there fairly directly. The least expensive and most flexible option is to take the train, called the RER B, which stops at major metro stations throughout Paris.
Paris can be a tough city to navigate, but don’t worry, even if you’ve never used public transport, this guide will help you get around Paris safely, quickly, efficiently and best of all without breaking the bank.