Can anyone help me to get from Airport Paris-Orly to Porte Clichy with the cheapest way possible?Metro?RER?
So i will be arrived from Hannover at the Airport Paris-Orly at 20:45 at night. And I have booked a hotel room in Ibis Paris Porte Clichy Centre. Can anyone help me how to get there in cheapest way as i must save as much as i can (i'm a student)? My friend told me to get RER and then Metro. Until when is this RER still running? Im afraid when the filght get delayed or must wait very long for the baggages then there will be no more RER. Or maybe better with bus? And is it very hard to find the RER/bus/Metro station in Orly Airport?
Thank you very much in advance.
- RillifaneLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The absolutely cheapest way from Orly to your hotel by public transport is to take the Orlybus into the city (€5.80 as compared to the Air France shuttle which is €8.00). Orlybus will take you to the Denfert-Rochereau Metro station.
You enter the station with a single Metro ticket (€1.11 if you buy tickets in a "carnet" of 10) and take Metro line 4 (direction:Porte de Clignancourt) to the Montparnasse stop and transfer (no additonal cost) to Metro line 13 (Direction : Gabriel-Peri-Asnieres Gennevilliers) which will take you to the Porte de Clichy station.
From the Porte de Clichy station you will walk north along the Avenue de la Porte de Clichy to the Blvd. Victor Hugo where you will find your hotel.
The Orlybus runs untill 23:30 and the Metro operates until after midnight so there should be no trouble unless your flight is very badly delayed.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
OK - there's a Air France Bus between Orly and Montparnasse railway station - take it - cheap
Then in Montparnasse metro line n° 13 - direction Asnières-Genneviliers - take care line n°13 makes a "fork"
and then you have the station Porte de Clichy - leave there - good night
- 1 decade ago
Take the RER line B to Gare du Nord.
Go up stairs and follow the signs for La Chapelle and metro line 2.
Direction Porte Dauphine.
This metro line stops at Place de Clichy.
Depending on your age you might qualify for reduced rates so you should ask.
The trains and metro run until just after midnight so you should have plenty of time.
Hope this helps.
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- 4 years ago
depends where travelling from, if from the uk try eurostar to paris gare du nord then a train to orly... or fly to charles de gaulle airport im sure there are no direct flights to orly from the uk
- Anonymous1 decade ago
don't take rer or metro