Hotels in Paris
Travelling to Paris
Paris is conveniently located in the heart of Europe and is well connected by
air, sea and land. The Eurotunnel between Kent in the UK and Calais in France
is linked to the UK and French motorway networks; the journey through the tunnel
takes about 35 minutes via train, with cars and coaches loaded on to carriages.
From Boulogne (near Calais), the A16 leads directly into Paris; from Brussels,
take the E19 motorway via the A2 and A1. The A7/A6 motorways run from Marseille
and Lyon in the south, while the A10 services the southwest and Bordeaux. For
destinations around Paris, use the often congested Périphérique
The main airport is Charles de Gaulle International Airport, located 27kms
to the north of the city. The airport can be extremely busy with flights arriving
from all over the world. There are many options for getting into the city such
as the metro, Air France coaches, airport shuttles and taxis.
Orly Airport lies to the south of Paris and receives both international and
domestic traffic, but is usually reserved for short-haul flights. Getting to
the city from here is also straightforward, with shuttles running at all hours.
Air France coaches link the two airports, with a journey time of 50 minutes.
The French rail network is very efficient, with numerous options for getting
to and from Paris and its six stations. Gare du Nord services trains from Belgium
and Holland, as well as Eurostar trains from London via Calais. Gare de l'Est
serves the east and Germany, while Gare St Lazare services Brittany-bound trains.
Gare Montparnasse and Gare d'Austerlitz serve the Atlantic coastline and the
south, and Gare de Lyon is used for central destinations. All of Paris' major
train stations are directly linked to the metro network.
The majority of international coaches arrive and depart from the main coach
station, Gare Routière Internationale Paris-Gallieni, at Bagnolet.
The most convenient ports to Paris from Britain all lie on France's northern
seaboard and include: St Malo, Cherbourg, Caen, Le Havre and Dieppe. The best
way to reach Paris from the ferry ports is by car.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Comfort Hotel Median Paris Congres
Hotel France Eiffel
Hotel Liege et Strasbourg
Quality Hotel Pierre Arc de Triomphe
Mercure Paris Bercy
Relais de Paris Lafayette
Quality Hotel Pulitzer Opera
Pavillon de Paris
Hotel Prince Albert Monceau
Horset Opera Hotel
Aida Opera Hotel
Bercy Hotel Rive Gauche
Villa Saint Martin
Bleu Marine Montparnasse Hotel
Express by Holiday Inn Paris Porte D'Italie
Relais de Paris Gard du Nord
Hotel La Bruyere
Pavillon Villiers Etoile
Pavillon Saint-Augustin Hotel
Pavillon Pereire Hotel
Royal Medoc Opera
Les Hotels de Paris Villa Eugenie
Jardins de Paris Nation
Relais de Paris Gare du Nord
Quality Hotel St Augustin
Forest Hill Balard
Forest Hill La Villette
Hotel Serotel Lutece
Les Hotels de Paris Villa Montparnasse
Les Hotels de Paris Villa Lutece Port Royale
Les Hotels de Paris Pavillion Losserand
Berne Opera Hotel
Bel Air Beaubourg Hotel
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