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    Default Traveling to Glasgow Hotel from CGD Airport

    Hi there.

    I have booked Glasgow hotel for my stay of 1 week in Paris. I visited Glasgow Hotel Website and it shows this access to their hotel

    Access by metro:
    Metro : Malesherbes or Wagram (line 3)
    Villiers (lines 2, 3) RER C : Pereire

    Access by bus:
    Bus 31: Champs Elysées
    Gare du nord - gare de l'Est
    Bus 53 : Opéra - Levallois-Perret
    Bus 94 : Montparnasse - Levallois-Perret


    I was wondering how can i use these instructions when travelling from CGD Airport to Glasgow Hotel?

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    The hotel is giving you the closest "metro" stations/bus routes to your hotel. Wagram seems to be the closest--300 meters.

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    thanks for the reply.

    And how can i get to Wagram from CGD Airport using Metro?

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    Frank is offline Paris Train Senior Advisor
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    From CDG take RER B (suburban rail) into Paris and exit at Gare du Nord.
    From Gare du Nord take Metro 5; Direction: Place d'Italie
    Exit Metro 5 at Republic
    From Republic take Metro 3; Direction: Pont de Levallois-Becon
    Exit Metro 3 at Wagram

    The trip will take about one hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    From CDG take RER B (suburban rail) into Paris and exit at Gare du Nord.
    From Gare du Nord take Metro 5; Direction: Place d'Italie
    Exit Metro 5 at Republic
    From Republic take Metro 3; Direction: Pont de Levallois-Becon
    Exit Metro 3 at Wagram

    The trip will take about one hour.
    Thank you so much, that post was very informative. Any idea about how much this trip going to cost? I dont have any passes but i am planning to buy "Carte Orange Navigo Decouverte", is it gonna work for the trip you suggested?

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    "Pass Navigo Decouverte" will get you from CDG to any location within Paris. I'm sure you have investigated this pass but if you did not, realize that this pass is valid from Monday through Sunday, one week. In other words, if you purchase Navigo on a Wednesday, it will expire on Sunday at midnight, not one week from the day you purchased the ticket. You will also need a smaller than passport size photo, which you can trim with a scissor, to use Navigo.

    The pass will cost you about 33 Euros for the CDG/Paris trip. The passes are sold by fare zone, CDG is in Zone 5. In addition, you will be charged 5 Euros for the card. Processing?
    Last edited by Frank; 02-05-2011 at 07:11 AM.

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    thank you for that useful information. Yes i have researched about this Pass and it suits me well as i will arrive on Sunday so i can buy this Pass from Monday and then use it for 1 week of my Stay. I hope i can buy this Pass from CDG Airport

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    Pass Navigo can be purchased at CDG.

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    Thank you Frank, i ll be leaving for France tomorrow, i hope i ll be able to follow your instructions

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