Bus and Coach

Roissybus stop at terminal 3 (Photo: Alessio Bragadini)

Air France operates a series of comfy shuttle buse services (Les Cars Air France), which operate every half hour, seven days a week to various city centre locations, departing from between terminals 2E and 2F. The stops in Paris are all next to Métro stations or local bus stations.

Route 3 connects CDG with Orly airport, the other main airport in Paris. Route 4 connects to Gare de Lyon, for travel south, and Gare Montparnasse, for travel west. Ticket prices on the shuttle buses depend on destination, but adults tickets range from €14 to €19. Parties of four or more get a group discount of 15 per cent. The journeys take 50 minutes to an hour.

SNCF also run a bus, RoissyBus, to Place de l’Opéra in the centre of Paris. It takes an hour and costs €9.40. Other local buses operate to various locations in the city.

The only bus service operating at night is the Noctilien, which links the airport with various destinations in Paris between 00.30am and 5.30am. It picks up passengers from entrance 26 of terminal 1, entrance 2 of terminal 2F and Roissypôle bus station every hour. Fares depend on distance travelled, but range between €1.50 and €7.50.

There are several shuttle buses run by the airport, which take guests to the many hotels on and near the airport. Information on these can be found in the section Airport Information under CDG Airport.

  • kevin Totten
    #1 written by kevin Totten  3 years ago

    we are travelling poss 10th Jan but i need information please travelling from belfast to charles de gaulle travelling at 2.30pm We then need to get to Paris Vercy Train Station to transfer on th vichi . I do apologise for the names i am not sure of I need your urgent help.

    Many thanks
    Mrs Dolores Totten

    • Alex
      #2 written by Alex  3 years ago

      Hi Kevin

      You would have to take the RER in order to get to Bercy train station.

      You could take line B, get off at Chatelet les Halles and switch to the metro line 14 towards “Olympiades”, getting off at Bercy.

      For any other information on transferring from CDG please see our website:

      http://www.charlesdegaulleairport.co.uk/transport/airport-transfers/

      Thanks

  • Jill
    #3 written by Jill  3 years ago

    Hi, Please could you let me know if there is a bus from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Euro Disney on 7th April and how mmuch this should cost for 2 adults and 2 children. Many thanks Jill

  • Mrs Asra
    #5 written by Mrs Asra  3 years ago

    Hello can you tell me how to get from CDG airport to Rue Boissy d’Anglas, close to Rue Faubourg St Honore? I will be travelling with my suitcase so would like the route to be as easy as possible as I think it may be difficult using the metro service with a case. Thank you.

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