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Citymapper, also available as an app for iOS and Android, has never failed me in London or other large cities where it is available. Cabs, Uber, Tube, buses, Heathrow Express, cycling, walking, I don't know of any mode of transport they don't cover, at least in London. The mobile app (but not the website) even finds a combination of public transit and cars-...


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The simple answer is that depending on the address Heathrow Express or a taxi may not be the fastest way to get to your address and routing apps are taking that into account. London is highly congested, road speeds are often 8mph for cars, so taxis can get stuck in that traffic. Heathrow Express goes into Paddington Station on the western side of central ...


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As you can see Terminal 2C is directly connected to the RER Station. "Just follow the signs". It's a bit tricky to find the station first time and even trickier to get the right ticket from the machines, but there is staff there that can help you. Expect 13 € for the train ticket. Get some one-time tickets for the metro while you're at it - you'll need them. ...


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On Google Maps the Heathrow Express will show up if you specify a terminal to depart from. As for Taxi journeys, time wise those would mostly be equivalent to the Car timings on google maps.


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Assuming your wife is expecting to travel on the Bakerloo Line (i.e. the brown one), then at that time of day, it's not likely the trains will be packed rush hour style, since the festivities start earlier and finish later, and are centred a significant distance to the west, and on the Central Line and Hammersmith & City Line. There are likely to be more ...


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Yes this is allowed. Yes you will pass immigration in Paris. Even if you were connecting at the same airport in Paris, that is where you would undergo immigration - before your Schengen 'domestic' flight.


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As comments mention Rome2rio is a surprisingly good solution within a city as well. I never considered it for anything but intercity travel. Google does find the Heathrow Express but you need to kind of force it: if you just enter Heathrow Airport it won't find it but if you enter say Heathrow Terminal 5 then it will. It also suffers from the problem of ...


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This webpage contains the following current details about taking the RER B from CDG to central Paris: CDG to Paris Train Overview Line => RER B (Blue) RER B Train Direction => Paris (Robinson, Antony, St-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse) Arrival Stations => Gare du Nord, Châtelet les Halles, St Michel/Nôtre Dame, Luxembourg, Port Royal, Denfert-Rochereau, Cité ...


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With my poor Korean skills I found the following information, I am not very sure so any better answer is welcome. Go to http://www.airport.co.kr Click 전국공항 네트워크 (national airports), or the hamburger menu if on a small screen Click 무안국제공항 (Muan International Airport) In the 교통/주차 menu, click 대중교통 (public transport) Scroll to the bottom of the page, there is ...


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Got an answer from a native Athenian; Hey, I looked as well but didn't find any later trains from the airport. Its going to be close but if not, you can take the bus. Both are not dangerous, lot of people leaving the airport, you wont be alone. As for the walk to Kotzia Square, there is no issue there as well. Both stops are one of the ...


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Your options include: Le Bus Direct line 4, which will get you directly from CDG to Gare Montparnasse in about 1h30, depending on traffic. Cost is 18 euros. RER B from CDG to Denfert-Rochereau, then line 6 to Gare Montparnasse. A bit cheaper (10,30€, the ticket is valid to any metro station), and not dependent on traffic, but you need to change trains, with ...


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The MRT stops at around 11:30 from Airport and busses shortly after 12 AM. You have no options, but to take a cab. Uber and Lyft are not available in Singapore. You can install Grab or GoJEK for ride-hailing. For normal metered cab, you have to stand in queue and usually at those time, in my experience, its a long wait. Also, Grab/GoJEK will be generally ...


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How long it takes at immigration varies a lot depending on your citizenship, your type of visa, whether you have status (elite frequent flyers and premium passengers often have access to fast track, depending on the airline), how busy it is, and so on. It is quite difficult to predict (unless you are an EU national with a e-passport and fast track, in which ...


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Looks like there's a shuttle bus that operates 24 hours for SGD 9.00. Your hotel is listed. Limited to one item of luggage. Can be booked in advance. https://cityshuttle.com.sg/cityshuttlepublic/BookingDetails.aspx?Type=2 Obviously if you have more than one piece of luggage, are more than a solo traveler or are going to be especially tired and/or busy ...


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Transport for London's journey planner at https://tfl.gov.uk/ takes all public transport in London into account, so includes the Heathrow Express (as well as more outre options such as the river bus and the cross-Thames cable car). It doesn't, however, include cabs, probably because these are very expensive and of highly-varied travel times. The latter ...


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I'd take it to the Turkish Airline desk and check it in there. Since all your flights have the same PNR the airlines should route it appropriately. If in doubt you can always ask for confirmation at the Turkish Airlines desk.


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