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Getting from Charles de Gaulle to Orly

Charles de Gaulle to Orly.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), also known as Roissy Airport, is the largest international airport in France and second-busiest airport in Europe. Opened in 1974, it is located in Roissy-en-France, 23 km (14 mi) northeast of Paris. It is named after Charles de Gaulle (1890–1970).

Orly is a commune in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 13 km (8 mi) from the center of Paris.

The name of Orly came from Latin Aureliacum, “the villa of Aurelius”.Orly Airport partially lies on the territory of the commune of Orly,which gave its name to the airport.

There are few ways to get from Paris CDG Airport (CDG) to Gare Montparnasse by train, bus, taxi, car, shuttle.. Taxi from Charles de Gaulle to Orly

Taking a Taxi or Shuttle from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Orly can be a good option. If your plane arrives (or leaves) very early or late, it might even be the only way of transportation from CDG to Paris or the other way around.

Paris private cab services in Paris offer affordable rates, comfortable taxis, and friendly chauffeurs to help you experience a hassle-free journey to and from the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

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Let’s have a look at what these services have for you:

  • Instant reservation and confirmation and 24-hour helpline
  • Personal meet and greet, Free waiting time
  • Flights are monitored, no worries about flight delays
  • Transfer services are available 7-days a week from 24 hours.
  • Courteous, professional, English and French speaking drivers
  • The door to door pick-ups and drop-offs
  • Space for extra or large luggage at no extra cost, Size of the vehicle you require
  • Provides exclusive baby seats and booster seats
  • Fixed Prices, Number of kilometers included in the price
  • Nonsmoking, spacious, comfortable seating arrangements
  • Free of Charge for Luggage. Choice of vehicle to suit party size and luggage

It only takes around 60 minutes to get from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Orly. This though does not account for any traffic.

You are able to book your private taxi well in advance if you like. However, you do not have to pay for it right away. You only have to pay once you have arrived at your hotel and then you can decide if you want to pay with Credit/Debit cards, Euros, Pounds or Dollars.

The Current Prices Are As Follows

1-3 passengers – 70€
4 passengers – 75€
5 passengers – 80€
6 passengers – 85€
7 passengers – 90€
8 passengers – 85€
9 passengers – 145€
10 passengers – 150€
11 passengers – 155€
12 passengers – 160€
13 passengers – 165€
14 passengers – 170€
15 passengers – 175€
16 passengers – 180€

For more information about  fares and routes, please visit the website.

Transfers from CDG Airport to Orly By Train

Train is another option to get from Orly Airport to CDG Airport, although it will require to first get a bus to a train station and then change to a train which may not be suitable for all groups.

To get the train you will be required to take a bus, the Orlyval, to Antony or Denfert-Rocherau station. Check the times before you arrive to see what station will work best for you and to make sure train times align with your journey. Once at the train station, board an RER B train to CDG Airport. CDG has its own train station, located in Terminal of the airport. From here you will be able to walk to your check-in.

Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes

Cost: 11€ for an adult ticket, 8€ for a child ticket.

Transfer from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Orly By Bus

While Paris has a large bus network, there is only one realistic option to get your from Orly to CDG Airport. The Le Bus Direct Line 3 bus can take you directly from Orly Airport to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at CDG Airport. These buses run regularly between 5.55am and 9.00pm every day, although the time of trip can vary depending on traffic.

Duration: 1 hour, more in peak time

Cost: 20€ for an adult ticket, 10€ for a child ticket, free for Air France passengers.

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