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Along with your family guides have all the interior wisdom and suggestion for a straightforward vacation choked with amazing thoughts for all of the family.Discover a vacation spot with:* World-class paintings galleries and cultural reports* the mystical Disneyland(r) lodge* well-known monuments and a charming historical past* Quirky backstreet second-hand shops and stylish boutiques* superb gourmand meals markets and family-friendly eating places* lodging from self-catering flats to family-run hotelsLet Frommer's express you the place your loved ones can:* Be wowed by means of tremendous fireworks and extraordinary parades* become aware of the top, so much notable perspectives of town* locate the simplest markets for packing the ideal picnic* Have your portrait drawn by means of an artist in Montmartre* View Impressionist artwork in an outdated railway station* stopover at the beautiful 'Sun King's' palace

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Long queues of both taxis and passengers form outside each of the airport’s terminals in a surprisingly orderly fashion. Orly has two terminals: Orly Sud (south) for international flights and Orly Ouest (west) for domestic flights. A free shuttle bus links them. Air France buses leave from Exit E of Orly Ouest and from Exit K, Platform 5, of Orly Sud (see above Line 1). An alternative method for reaching central Paris involves taking a monorail (Orly Val) to the RER station of Anthony and then the RER train into central Paris.

75€ for a fourth person. Most taxis take cash only, but some companies accept credit cards (min. 15€). You can request a credit-card equipped car if you order a taxi by telephone or use the special yellow taxi-call booth at Taxi stations. Reputable companies to use are: Paris accredited taxis b 01 45 30 30 30 Taxis Bleu b 01 49 36 10 10 Taxi G7 b 01 47 39 47 39 Your hotel can also call you a taxi. By Bike Although Paris does have cycle paths, they are not everywhere and children not used to riding on the ‘wrong’ (right) side of the road may be perturbed by traffic.

50€ 2–11s, free for under 2s). 50€ 2–11s, free under 2s) Line 3 runs between the airports (16€ single (no returns), 8€ 2–11s, free under 2s). Line 4 runs between CDG and the Gare de Lyon and Montparnasse (14€ single, 22€ return, 7€ 2–11s, free under 2). , M° Opéra or RER B Auber) every 15–20 minutes from 6am to 11pm to Roissy CDG (covers all 3 terminals). 60€. Taxis from Roissy into the city run for about 50€ on the meter. At night (8pm–7am) fares are about 30% higher, and luggage can cost extra.

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