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Super FASTPASS for September became available at a later date. I was able to purchase it yesterday. I guess the initial inavailability (in June) was due to the different price policy for September - weekdays are cheaper beginning with the second week of September so maybe the powers that be had to look into the demand first in order to know what to offer (...


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Gare Montparnasse is inside Paris, so "ticket to Paris" should be the right option. The exact wording varies between machines and locations, but it is probably the first available option on the screen on machines at CDG RER station. There's usually staff standing by to help you if you have any doubt. Do not take "ticket t+". Those are valid only for metro (...


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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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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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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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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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RATP (the Paris transport authority) publishes bus maps. On their website, select “Maps” then (the non-obvious bit) “Sector maps”. Finding the right sector can be a bit hit-and-miss if you aren't familiar with local geography; you need to know which département you're in. In your case, that's Hauts-de-Seine Nord. The D+number indications are designations of ...


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What you see as bus lines - D6 abd D908 - are in fact routes Départementales i.e. roads that maintained by the Département they are in. The bus you have highlighted seems to be bus 163 whose schedule can easily be found on Google maps, the RATP app, and even the Moovit app which is more comprehensive and international.


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The RATP (the public transit authority in Paris and Île-de-France) has "sector maps" (plans secteur) available on its website. These are PDF maps of the Paris bus and metro systems with roads, as well as different maps throughout the Île-de-France region -- so for example there are separate maps for Marne-la-Vallée, Seine St-Denis Est, Sud de Paris, etc. In ...


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