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Roissybus to Paris from CDG Airport...

Roissy Bus is a coach service offered by the regional public transportation authority, RATP  (Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens) connecting Charles de Gaulle airport with the Opéra district of Paris - it actually drops you off in front of the American Express office at the corner of Rue Scribe and Rue Auber which is behind the Garnier Opera House (Place de l’Opera). - diagonally opposite the 'Opera' metro station.


To get the bus from the airport follow the overhead signs to find your nearest bus stop. The Roissybus to 'Opera' departs every 15 minutes from Terminals 1 and 2. Just follow the signs and hop on, you can pay the driver on the coach..If you're the only person waiting at the stop you may need to flag the bus down as it circles the Terminal.



Frequency from Charles de Gaulle to Paris (Opéra) :

06:00 to 20:45: every 15 minutes
20:45 to 23:00: every 20 minutes

The Roissybus  costs €10.00 one-way.

Roissy Bus-stops at Paris - Charles de Gaulle Airport :

Terminal 1: Entrance 30, at arrivals level 5

Terminal 2:                                                               

2A-2C : Gate/door 9
2D-2B : Gate/door 11
2E-2F : Use the pickup near door 5 in La galerie, connecting the two terminals

2G: terminal is linked to Terminal 2C (Gate 4) by the free N2 shuttle bus.
The N2 shuttle bus runs from 05:30 to 23:00 (approx. every 6 minutes).
Average journey time: 15 minutes.

Terminal 3: Arrivals hall


The pros and cons:

The pros:

  • Comfortable and stress-free.
  • Direct non-stop from centre of Paris to Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG).
  • Ideal if your final destination is within the 'Opera' district of the city.
  • Drops you off near metro station ('Opera') for onward journey.

The cons:

  • You may be affected by local traffic conditions.
  • You may not to be seated with your travel companions.
  • You are separated from your luggage (though it is very secure)
  • Only one stop within the city.


When you arrive in Paris you have plenty of options for onward travel to your ultimate destination from the Place de l’Opera , you can either walk, take a taxi, bus or ride the metro to depending on where you are staying within Paris...

You should study the Parisian transport system a little before your trip as this will make it easier to make your choice.


See larger map here...

In Paris there are designated "TAXI" ranks you must use - you cannot 'hail' a taxi like other cities - of course you have to find one first! They will also charge 2€  per bag in the boot/trunk. 

If you are travelling light then the metro is probably your best option. There are two metro stations that will get you very near to the bus stop, 'Chaussee d'Antin' and 'Opera'

Check out using the Metro here...

(You can use all RATP travel passes on the Roissy Bus, including the Paris Visite Card, as long as they are valid for zones 1-5)

You can see bus route below:


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