Getting to Paris can be a huge headache to figure out last minute on the ground. Before you go, remember that Paris has two airports.
Getting to Paris by train is a convenient and scenic option, especially for travelers coming from neighboring European countries. The city is well-connected to a vast network of high-speed and regional train services.
It’s located just after passport control but before security! Why would they do this? No one wants to go to the lounge only to leave early to ensure they get through security lines with an unknown wait time.
Even though Paris is considered relatively small at 6 miles from north to south, and 7 miles east to west, it’s quite sprawling when you consider all its tourist attractions and lively arrondissements you’d like to explore.
To reduce the time traveling from Point A to Point B, plan to explore one area of Paris each day. The last thing you want to do is move from Montparnasse Tower to Basilica Sacre Coeur in a day, stopping at other top attractions in between.