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    Question Ticket+ ? from Gare de l'Est to Chaville-Rive Droit (SNCF)

    We're thinking a hotel a little out of town might be right for our family. It doesn't look too hard to get from Gare de l'Est to Chaville-Rive Droit, which is an SNCF station in Zone 3 (barely), taking the RER from Magenta to Haussmann-Saint Lazare and then the SNCF. Does anybody know what ticket we would need, and where we would buy it around 9:00 p.m.? I saw something called ticket+ for 1,70 Euros each, but I don't know if that will work for this route.

    Also, is there any reason the Visite Pass wouldn't work to this station? (But our Visite Pass wouldn't start until the second day.)

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    Tickets from Gare de l'Est station to Chaville Rive-Droite would be a billet Ile-de-France which can be bought from any Metro or RER ticket window or ticket vending machine, costing 3.05€ one way, per person.

    Note that you'd have to make your way to Gare Saint Lazare to catch the train passing through Chaville Rive Droite. The train, at Gare Saint Lazare will actually be listed as a train for Versailles Rive Droite (the terminus/final destination of the train), and it happens to stop at Chaville Rive Droite. To get to Gare Saint Lazare from Gare de l'Est, walk to Magenta station (or take Metro 4 direction Porte de Clignancourt or Metro 5 direction Bobigny / Pablo Picasso from Gare de l'Est to Gare du Nord, then walk to Magenta, which is well marked with signs), and take an RER E train towards Saint Lazare. Your billet Ile-de-France train ticket from Paris to Chaville Rive Droite actually includes this transfer, so use it to pass through turnstiles if you decide to take Metro 4/5; don't buy another Metro ticket just for this short transfer.

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