Paris transport

Given the worldwide popularity that the capital of France enjoys among tourists from all over the world, the Paris authorities are paying increased attention to the development of the transport infrastructure of the city itself and its immediate surroundings.

At first, to a person who first visited the city on the banks of the Seine, the local transportation network may seem overly confusing, florid and incomprehensible. But this is only at first glance.

Not without reason public transport is used not only by ordinary Parisians and guests of the capital, but also by quite respectable gentlemen, elegant beauties from agencies of the category posh and chic escort Paris and even celebrities.

As in any other large European metropolis, in Paris there are several types of public transport. And, interestingly, it can be not only municipal, but also private. The main ways to get around the city, in addition to taxis, are the following:

    • Metro, considered the most convenient and democratic means;

    • ground (bus, tram, special trains RER and Transilen);

    • exotic vehicles (river trams, funicular).

Each of them has its own characteristic features.

The subway of the French capital is a network of more than 300 stations, the layout of which is designed in such a way that, once underground, you can go anywhere in the city. Of course, this type of transport is not used by billionaires, celebrities and charmer women of the Paris VIP escort class in chic outfits from fashion designers.

However, it is the metro that is the most optimal way to move from one point to another for a tourist traveling "savage." Especially if you buy a daily card, which is quite inexpensive.

The famous French ground speed electric transport is the best way to get to the suburbs of Paris, where there are many sights and go back. It is much faster and cheaper than resorting to taxi services.

Due to the peculiarities of urban development and traffic density, bus and tram traffic in Paris is not as widely developed as in some other capitals of the world. However, if you explore free brochures with traffic patterns, you can easily plan an inexpensive and fast route based on your preferences.

And in Paris there is a special funicular to Montmartre, riverboats regularly plying the Seine and a lot of special tourist routes served by various types of transport, from double-decker buses to miniature minivans.