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Metro in Paris, France

 
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danpop's pictureby danpop General travel tip
added on the 7th of June, 2009
If you are in Paris just a day or two, the best way to go to the most important tourist attractions is to buy a one day Metro ticket (Carte Mobilis), that costs 5 euros, the cheapest. Be careful, Paris is divided into zones and the cheapest ticket is not valid for all the zone. But from experience it covers right about everything that's most important to see, in 1 or 2 days.

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Pont-métro Morland, 75004 Paris, France

 
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