Where can I find the Paris metro map?

Where can I find the Paris metro map?

Other Metro maps such as individual line maps can be downloaded directly from RATP.fr (in french). Note that there are no Paris Metro Zones for the Metro system. Paris Metro is one zone. Paris Metro map zones are for RER trains & trams which are subject to fare zones and are often shown on a Paris Metro map.

What is on the Paris transport map?

The map includes the city of Versailles and all routes to airports in order to better serve the needs of visitors. Planned lines and lines under construction are marked on the map with a dotted line. This helps people understand how the Paris transport system will develop in the future.

What is a Paris Metro ticket?

Basic Paris Metro tickets are known as “Ticket t+”. These tickets are valid for a single continuous journey of any length throughout the Paris Metro system, including changes to other Metro lines and RER interurban trains within Zone 1.

How much is the Paris Visite Metro pass 2021?

Paris Visite metro pass prices for 2021 1 1 day: 25.25€ (kids : 12.60€) 2 2 days: 38.35€ (kids : 19.15€) 3 3 days: 53.75€ (kids : 26.85€) 4 5 days: 65.80€ (kids: 32.90€)

How much is the Metro ticket in Paris?

If you’ll be traveling strictly within central Paris, zones 1 & 2 cover the entire Metro system, and a 1-2 zone Ticket Mobilis is the recommended ticket. Price as of Aug 1, 2019 is 7.50€.

What time does the Paris Metro run?

Paris Metro hours run from roughly 05:30 to 00:40 (5:30am – 12:40am) Sunday thru Thursday and 05:30 – 01:40 on Fridays, Saturdays and on days before a holiday. Paris Metro times between trains range from 2 minutes during rush hour up to 13 minutes during late night hours, holidays, and Sundays, depending on the Metro line and the Metro station.

What are the fare zones of Paris?

Paris fare zones apply to the RER train system, unlike the Metro and there are six of them. Using a Metro ticket, the Ticket t+, is permitted on the RER, but only to the limits of Zone 1, the true center of Paris, bordered by the ring road surrounding it, the Boulevard Periphérique.