My husband and I, both in our fifties are visiting Paris in September this year. Our first free and easy trip to Paris! So we are quite nervous. We will be staying at Citadines St Germain
I have been reading up and trying to decide which train pass should we buy.
Would be grateful if you could help us on this matter.
We will be in Paris for 5 days (Sun to Thurs) leaving for London via Eurostar on Friday. On Sunday, as we have just arrived, we intend to just walk around the hotel area..
Because of the short time, we plan to visit the tourist sights in Zone 1 and to do some shopping at La Vallee Village and day 4. Read that Paris is a great place to walk ... So wherever possible, we will walk.
Only intend to 'go in' the Lourve museum and maybe Notre Dame. Husband not really into museums....
For Airport and Eurostar, we plan to take taxi as we will have our hard case luggages with us.
For our itinerary, we are trying to decide which is the more economical option. Should we buy
1) the navigo decouverte
2a) Ticket T+ of 10 tickets each for Euro13.70 for the sightseeing in Zone 1 for the first 3 days.
2b) For La Vallee village, buy the 1 day zone 1 to 5 Mobilis pass. I think this pass is valid for the whole day and can be uses on both the metro and RER.
Another question for the ticket T+, if we need to change line from metro to RER, do I usually have to tap out of one station and tap in into the other? If yes, does that mean I'll have to use 2 Ticket T+?
Sorry for the many question!
Thanks in advance for any help.