How to get from Charles de Gaulle to Paris

While in pursuit of following your traveling dream, Europe offers us many great cities with wonderful and attractive places to visit. For every passionate traveler that wants to explore the most alluring places in Europe visiting Paris is a must.

We find ourselves reading many appealing traveling guides nowadays and they are all about describing the best places to visit, or the best food to try out for a chosen destination. Well, let’s be honest you need to get there first right?

There are many options for arriving in Paris from any location, but mostly people visit the City of Lights by an airplane. The main airport in Paris is Charles de Gaulle (CDG), which is stationed about 15 miles (25 km) from the city itself.

When you are planning your holiday experience in Paris with your family or friends, you carry your heavy luggage first and the most important thing is supplying the best and the most professional airport transfer service. From a traveler’s experience, the T2 Transfer service company will accommodate you with all the typical standards you need when you arrive at Charles de Gaulle International Airport.

Arriving at Charles de Gaulle in Paris

When you arrive at CDG International Airport it is really important which terminal you are using, because that can depend on your choice for transferring to Paris. There are 3 terminals, Passenger terminals 1,2 and 3

Passenger Terminal 1

This is the oldest terminal at Charles de Gaulle and it is accommodated with escalators and futuristic walkways, which are pretty small and easy to navigate. This terminal has its own RER Train station, separated from the other train station over at Terminal 2. There is also a separate area for the airport bus services.

Passenger Terminal 2

Terminal number 2 is very long and it is the largest terminal. It can take you up to 15 minutes to walk it end to end. This terminal has several smaller integrated terminals and each of them has a label 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, and 2G. The train station is at the far east end, and the Airport bus services make several stops around the various integrated terminals.

Passenger Terminal 3

The third terminal is mostly used by charter airlines. Because of this to find bus or taxi services you have to walk over to Terminal 2.

Booking and using T2 Airport transfer services, Taxi & Shuttle

If you are looking for the low-cost taxi and shuttle transport services from Charles de Gaulle airport to Paris City Centre, I highly recommend using the T2 Airport transfer service. They offer city transfers from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris, Orly Airport, Gare de Lyon, and all of the other glamorous places around Paris.

Enjoying the most tempting city in Europe

Some say that it takes a lifetime to see and explore what this wonderful city has to offer, so please consider to spend at least 5 days so that you can see the bare minimum of this place because when you think you’ve seen everything you will find tons of new attractions and new places in Paris to enjoy.