Metro in Paris, France

France Paris Metro

The Metro in Paris is the metro network for the city of Paris in France. The metro system is operated by the Régie autonome des transports parisiens.

The Paris metro started in 1900.

The metro network is operated by 700 trains and comprises 16 metro lines, with a total line length of approximately 214 km (133 mi).

The Metro in Paris carries over 4.16 million passengers a day.

Other tickets can be found on the official website.

Prices are per person, local currency
Full price
Single ticket: for the Metro are known as “Ticket t+”. These tickets are valid for a single continuous journey of any length, throughout the Metro system, including changes to other Metro lines and RER interurban trains within Zone 1.

Prices are per person, local currency
Day ticket: Ticket Mobilis is available in various fare zone coverage from 1-2 zones to 1-5 zones. If you’ll be traveling strictly within central Paris, zones 1 & 2 cover the entire Metro system, and a 1-2 zone Ticket Mobilis is the recommended ticket.
Full price:
(zone 1/2) – Central Paris  – 7,50€
(zone 1/2/3) – Central Paris + La Défense  – 10,00€
(zone 1/2/3/4) – Paris + Versailles – 12,40€
(zone 1/2/3/4/5) – Paris + Versailles + Disney + Fontainebleau – 17,80€

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  1. heading to paris in september. thanks for all these great posts on paris