Paris Orly Airport, also known as Orly, is an international airport located partially in Orly and partially in Villeneuve-le-Roi, 13 km south of Paris, France. If you have arrived at Orly Airport, the next question is how to get to the city center of Paris? Paris is Europe's largest city, widely famous as the capital of romance. Today, as one of the world's leading business and cultural centres, its status as one of the world's major global cities has been secured. Choose the best place to spend your holiday in Paris. That way, you can organize your short trip perfectly.
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After a long flight, getting to a downtown area or resort in the most comfortable way possible is every traveler's wish. Taking a taxi from Orly Airport to the downtown area of Paris is unquestionably the fastest and most helpful exchange choice. A taxi from Orly airport to Paris will take around 30 minutes, also, the cost is charged at a level pace of 35€. All that is left for you to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the journey into the city center of Paris.
The fastest way from Orly Airport to Paris is by train. There are no direct train lines from Orly airport to the city center of Paris. You will need to take the Orlyval metro to the Anthony Train Station, and then change to lines RER B or RER C. The total journey will take around 60 minutes. The total fare from Orly airport to the city center of Paris will be 12.10€ for adults and free for children under the age of 4 years. You can buy your tickets from a kiosk before you enter the train.
Taking a bus from Orly airport to the city Centre is a fairly easy option. The Orlybus is a direct line that takes you into the city Centre in 45 minutes, and costs 8.30€ for a one-way ticket. There are also public buses available that cost only 2€, but make frequent stops along the way, and take much longer than the Orlybus. The bus stop is located at both the West and South terminals. The west terminal access point can be reached using Exit D and the South Terminal access point can be reached by using Exit L. You can buy your tickets in advance from a kiosk in the arrivals terminal, or directly from your driver on the bus.