Example using metro no. 6 and RER C (Kleber to Versailles):
Buy a ticket at the machine in the metro station (“from this station to Versailles”). This ticket is your metro+transfer to RER ticket in one. Even if you leave the station to walk to the RER it will work. Weekly travel pass
- Walk to Metro Kleber (line 6)
- To Bir Hakeim (Grenelle)
- Walk to RER C (Champ-de-Mars/Tour Eiffel)
- To Versailles-Rive-Gauche
- Walk to Versailles from RER C
How I found this route: RATP/Tourists and the Traveling/Routes tab and fill in the date, time and places.
Example: Moulin Rouge to Villepinte, Parc des Expositions
A reader asked how to travel from the Moulin Rouge to Parc des Expositions after the 11 p.m. show that ends at 1 a.m.
The journey using public transportation from the Moulin Rouge (Metro: Blanche) to Villepinte, Parc des Expositions using the RER, depends on the day of the week.
On a weekday, transportation after 1 a.m. consists of a night bus to the RER and takes 3 hours and 47 minutes (use as a sample the Route from Blanche to Villepinte weekday, Parc des Expositions).
On a weekend, after 1 a.m. transportation consists of metro, bus, tramway and walking. It takes one hour and 48 minutes (use as a sample the route Route Blanche to Villepinte, Parc des Expositions weekend”).
For the first and last hours of the metro line 2, metro stop: Blanche, refer to these two documents: First and last weekday metros for line 2 stopping at Blanche and the First and last weekend metros for line 2 stopping at Blanche .
With an early flight, consider ordering a taxi ahead of time through the concierge at your hotel, naming a specific pick up point address and asking what the charge will be.