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Visiting Paris: My Experience With Paris Airport Transfers
By:Thomas E Jones

Paris is known to be the most romantic place in the world but it does not mean that the City keeps still. Considered as one of the busiest cities in the world, Paris is a favorite destination for all sorts of people with a range of purpose-business, travel, study and adventure.

The airport terminals are the primary point of convergence where people and packages meet and go. There are two international airports popularly known in Paris: the Charles de Gaulle International Airport and Orly International Airport. These airports are the common recipient of the millions of travelers that come to Paris and at the same time are the sources of the countless travelers who leave the city.

I visit Paris for travel or adventure. I haven't experienced any problem upon arrival at the airport on my occasional trips. Maybe because it is patchwork infrastructures which can provide everything that travelers like me need to survive. But when you do not have someone to fetch you or have not availed of any tour packages reaching your ultimate destination or place of stay will be a little difficult. I experienced that one time, and it took me long hours to finally get transported to my hotel. However, today that is no longer a problem because I discovered numerous modes of transfers and transportation that will help me get to my destination without hassle.

The most common public carriers in Paris are taxis, and they can be found all around the city. They are lined up in the airport arrival area as if welcoming the guests with the festive sounds of their engines. With affordable rates, these taxis will take you to your hotels and destinations of choice. You can also contact their operators earlier so that a particular vehicle can be prepared especially for you. You may also contact the hotel accommodating you to do the favor in your behalf. Just a friendly reminder, the French are so accommodating but it is more prudent to learn some of their terms for easy instructions or better yet do not keep a map, a parchment and a pen away from you.

I personally like to take the Paris train especially if I have a lot of time. It allows me to get a feel of the beautiful landscapes of Paris. However, this is not recommended to tourists who are not familiar with the ins and outs of the busy city.

I find the airport buses and shuttles to be more affordable. These are usually provided by either the airport itself or the airline companies serving the guests. I was even able to ride free or with just a minimal fee before, but it depends on the travel package and policy. Nevertheless, these are affordable and more reliable means of transportation because you are assured of the identity of the vehicle, so in case of problems later on like a lost luggage for example, tracing it will not be like looking for a needle in the haystack.

Thomas Jones has been touring Paris for the last few decades and have experienced how hard it is to wait for an airport taxi. Paris airport transfers can save your time and leave you stress free. Visit his site for more information on airport transfers http://www.airport-transfers.org/

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