How much is RER B from Paris to CDG?

How much is RER B from Paris to CDG?

Details. The cheapest and fastest transportation to Airport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) from central Paris, is the suburban train line RER B (blue line on RER maps) at a cost of 10.30€ ( as of June 1, 2019), one way, requiring roughly 40 minutes.

How do I get from CDG to RER B?

The RER B line is a direct rail link between Paris (Denfert-Rochereau, Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, Châtelet-Les-Halles, Gare du Nord) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. A free CDGVAL shuttle connects the stations with the airport terminals. Approx. 35 minutes form Denfert-Rochereau.

Is RER B working?

About the RER B works until 2025 RER Line B will be undergoing important modernisation and maintenance works until 2025. Please note that during the RER B works, SNCF will be operating special replacement bus services.

How much are RER B tickets?

RER B – ORY The RER B remains the fastest way to get from central Paris to Orly Airport (ORY) at a total single ticket cost of 10.30€.

Is RER B Safe?

The RER B line which serves Paris CDG and Orly Airports is considered safe but at certain times of the day is frequented by beggars which often use children and small puppies to illicit an emotional response from people to open their purses or wallets – do not give them money, just look away and ignore.

Can you buy RER tickets in advance?

You can’t buy RER tickets in advance but you also don’t want to wait in line; that line can easily be an hour; been there done that. Buy them from a machine at the RER station.

Can I use RER B ticket on Metro?

The above transit passes are valid for travel not only on RER trains, but also on the Paris Metro and Paris Buses, Trams & Transilien trains within the fare zone you have purchased.

How do I get RER B tickets in Paris?

You can also buy RER B tickets online in advance from, the website of the Paris Office du Tourisme et des Congrès. The ticket will cost a little more (11.40€) but the convenience may be worth it to you.

What time does the RER close in Paris?

The RER operates daily from 5:30 a.m. to about 1:20 a.m. Our vast bus network allows you to travel throughout the French capital and the Ile-de-France region. When the metro is closed, the Noctilien night bus network takes to the road. Night buses operate from 0:30 a.m. to about 5:30 a.m.

Can I buy RER B tickets online?

You can also buy RER B tickets online in advance from, the website of the Paris Office du Tourisme et des Congrès.

Is there a train station at CDG Terminal 2?

Aérogare 2, the terminus of the RER B line, is the main train station at CDG Airport, serving both RER Line B suburban trains to Paris, and SNCF TGV and Intercité trains to all parts of France and to neighboring European countries. Aérogare 2 is located between Terminals 2C and 2E in the gigantic CDG Terminal 2.

Where is the RER line B in Paris?

The RER Line B also extends south of central Paris to the Antony station, from which you can take the OrlyVal shuttle train direct to the terminals at Orly Airport in six minutes. More… Above, follow this sign to reach Aérogare 2.

How to get to Terminal 3 at Charles de Gaulle?

• Terminal 3 is available by pedestrian walkway. • Terminals 2C, 2D, 2E et 2F are availables by foot and by moving walkway. • Terminal 2A is available by foot or by free N1 shuttle from RER station, level 5. • Terminal 2G is available by free N2 shuttle, from Terminal 2F, exit 2.10.

Is there a train from CDG to central Paris?

You can take the RER Line B suburban train from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport to central Paris in as little as 35 minutes for 10.30€. (You can also use it to return to the airport, but read this important note.) CDG Airport has two train stations, Aérogare 1 and Aérogare 2. (Note that these are not the same as Terminals 1 and 2!)